The Toyota C-HR incorporates the Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 system as standard equipment for the 2021 model year. This includes many active safety and driver assistance features such as forward collision avoidance with pedestrian detection and lane keeping assist. What’s more, a new Nightshade Edition has been added to the lineup, not to mention additional body colours. As for power, this small crossover uses a four-cylinder engine rated at 144 horsepower.
- Comfortable ride
- Active safety equipment come standard
- No all-wheel drive, even as an option
- Limited visibility especially at the rear
- Restricted space in the back