The sound have previously been a part of the package, if you wanted to accelerate a bit sharpish in hybrid versions of Toyota's distinctive designed SUV called the C-HR. The combination of a not too powerful engine and the CVT-geared up did, in fact, that omdrejningerne often was high and constant, as they tend to do when it needs a kick to it with the continuously variable gear.
Now, Toyota has, however, launched a mini version of the C-HR model, where the largest and most important news is to find on the motorfronten.
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for the first time in the beginning of 2017, and the history of the Toyota more boldly designed SUV has been a successful of its kind. In 2018 were sold, over 2,000 C-HR-copies in Denmark and 147.000 in the whole of Europe, which ensured the model space as the second most popular Toyota model in the whole of Europe, surpassed only by the Yaris.
Testbilen is painted in orange with black roof, and immediately, it may well be hard to spot the visual changes, as the facelift has brought. They are here, however, where among other things, a pre-dyed ’lower lip’ in the front to give the car a more dynamic expression. Also are the headlamps and rear lights upgraded to LED technology with dynamic turn signals.
In the cabin is the Toyota, as we know it.You may well miss a bit the colors. Photo: Niels Friis
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the bonnet to be really excited about it here facelift. In addition to the well-known 1.8-liter hybrid engine with 122 hp, will also now be able to get model with a 2.0-liter hybrid engine, which provides 184 hp.
the Cooperation between the petrol engine and the electric motor makes that the C-HR actually decidedly a lot of effort and feels really quick in both the city and on the highway. 184 hp is many in an otherwise ordinary family car, and the hybrid system ensures that the consumption is not sticking totally of. On a longer motorvejstur with a good-quick, charging through went the C-HR on our testtur over 17 km/l.
Toyota's continuously variable automatic transmission called CVT-gear, and it has in its lifetime been udskældt. In this model, the function of the continuously variable gear, however, when you have the 184 hp at the disposal of højrefoden.
Kraftoverskuddet ensure that you do not need to push the car very often, why one does not move too far up in the revs, where the infinitely variable gear otherwise it has to be challenged and sound strained. The price premium for the big engine compared to the 1.8-liter hybrid engine is high, the shift up costs 35.000 kr.
The fresh design is retained on the facelifted model. Photo: Niels Friis
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looks sporty, it is in particular in relation to comfort, the C-HR impresses. The 2.0-liter hybridudgaven of the updated C-HR has a new affjedringsdesign, which improves driving comfort, and it can be felt.
the Undercarriage is forgiving of imperfections, but without being soft, so Toyota has struck a fine compromise between dynamics and comfort. With the adaptive cruise control, which can slow down to 0 km/h. and even stand for the acceleration and deceleration in the "stop-go", is also well dressed up for langfart.
This is underlined by the fact that Toyota has improved the soundproofing to reduce the noise level in the cabin. It has succeeded, for here is not much noise, and in fact it's only a little noise from the tyres, which can be heard in the cabin.
and Toyota, must have pluspoint for daring to go bold, with regard to the look, though this facelift is for the cautious side. In turn, makes the design is not something good for the space, for in the rear, there is barely with the square to adults, especially in ceiling height, and the smaller children will have a hard time seeing out of the high placed windows.
Hybridteknologien steals a lot of space, and therefore the space in the trunk limited to 358 litres. For comparison, there is space to 422 litres in a Nissan Juke.
Toyota has updated the equipment in the model, where Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is now standard, like an automatic emergency brake, also can stop under the pedal, also standard.
With the 184 hp has the Toyota C-HR got a drivlinje that can live up to the bold design, so the engine should one go for despite the price premium. The model is still more of a egoist-SUV than familieflytter, for the space is not overwhelming.
the 2.0-liter hybridmotoren
Reasonable fuel economy÷
the High premium for the powerful engine
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Photo: Niels Friis
’the C HIC Royale’ is called the pre-release copy of the C-MR model, and even though the name might not take the prize as the most elegant, then store the packet in fact, on quite a lot of equipment.
total costs C-HIC Royale-the package of 43,000 dkk. more than the cheapest version of the 2.0-liter hybridversionen of the C-HR, but so are here also as well as all the equipment you need.
an adaptive cruise control, which can slow down to 0 km/h. and make sure "stop-go", a JBL Premium audio system with nine speakers and parking sensors with brake function and rear.
You also get the security package Toyota Safety Sense, which is to say, that here is the automatic emergency brake up to 180 km/h., vognbaneassistent with active control and sensor that can keep an eye on the traffic behind the car.
in Addition, there are 18 inch alloy wheels, a multi-function display in front of the steering wheel and an eight inch touch screen in the middle of the car.
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the Danes can afford to heave a bit in the string to have to tip your hat and waving the Flag, the distinctive design of the Toyota C-HR model is actually come to the world in part by Danish hands.
Jubt Rasmussen, who grew up in Vammen at Viborg, stood the namely behind the lines of the concept car, which formed the basis for the C-HR, and the final design on produktionsudgaven looked like actually much it, as the dane had designed for the prototype.
- It should be a very iconic car that people recognize, and can not be confused with one another, Stephan Jubt Rasmussen previously told to Toyota in connection with the release of the car back in 2017.
- It was to create a design that would not satisfy everyone, he said.
the Four-cylinder 2.0-liter benzinhybridmotor
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