https://www.kbb.com/car-news/all-the-latest/2018-toyota-c-hr-debuts-in-u-s-trim/2100001481/Toyota projects that the U.S. version of the C-HR will be rated by the EPA at 27 mpg city, 31 mpg highway, 29 mpg combined. That's not very impressive for the category, likely due to the C-HR's substantial 3,300-pound weight.
100% agree! Can't imagine Toyota put a diesel option for this little bug, without putting it in pickups first. They've been dropping diesel engines for CH-R few years in a row because of the sales statistics, I don't believe they will reincarnate this idea at an early date.Doubt it'll put any pressure on them to go the diesel route. They don't even plan on releasing a Tacoma diesel because they said it's going to be too difficult to be emission compliant and if there's any vehicle on their lineup that should get it, it would be the pickups first.