For the first time, the 2020 Toyota CHR is available for sale in the Arabian Gulf, which prompted us to test this car in today’s episode of Test Drive presented to you by Karim Deeb.
We are testing the C-HR subcompact crossover that got a facelift for its first and only generation so far, which debuted at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show and entered production lines in November of the same year.
In the beginning, we believe that we all agree that the exterior design of this Japanese car is different from the rest of the current Toyota cars available on the market, whether you like it or not.
Watch today’s episode:
Pictures of the 2020 Toyota CHR:
C-HR is available in the Arab Gulf markets with a single option of engines, which is a hybrid system that consists of a 1.8-liter 4-cylinder petrol engine generating 96 horsepower, and an electric motor, for a total power of 121hp. This front-wheel-drive car is equipped with a CVT gearbox, but there are all-wheel-drive versions available in other global markets.
This car comes with 3 driving modes; Sport, Normal, and Eco
During the episode, Karim Deeb spoke about this very economical car, which consumes one liter of gasoline to travel 23.9 km! The capacity of the fuel tank is 43 liters, and the weight of this car starts from 1,380 kg and reaches 1,460 kg
The price of the 2020 Toyota C-HR in the United Arab Emirates starts from 23,650 USD, which is equivalent to 86,900 AED or 88,750 SAR, and the price of the car that Karim test-drove in today’s episode is 25,550 USD, equivalent to 93,900 AED or 95,850 SAR.
Toyota C-HR competes with; Ford EcoSport, Chevrolet Trax, and Honda HRV.