Just wanted to share this video review of the C-HR from the folks over at Motor1. Good overview of the trims and options, and how it compares to its rivals. They think the lack of an AWD, is a big oversight for a new crossover.
The amount of liquid holders the C-HR has is one of its strengths and an owner's downfall. You start stuffing them with bottles and cups and soon you have a full car of beverages. Heard there used to be a problem with the cup holder's three sprung retainers breaking, meaning they disappear into the center console trim somehow. Don't really see that here.
I mean if you're buying a car for its cup holders..aha. And I think the folks over at Motor1 are right and Toyota will have to consider an AWD option in the next gen model. So far though it doesn't look like any owners have had any issues with its performance in the winter.
My friend sold out this car cause he did some mistake he tried to tow with this car he tried Long Distance Towing services with this car. and after that he faced problems in engine so he had to sale it.
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