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Marek Drives posted a test drive and review on the Toyota C-HR.

"It's dark in the back" considering that high door handle so the panel really takes up a lot of space.

Drive modes are hidden away in the menu.

One thing I didn't know was that they have an auto-blip for the manual transmission that they call IMT. That's pretty cool.

 

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Yea, the rear passenger seats aren't the best if you take into account the reduced lighting, average leg room and headroom. But the C-HR was designed more for singles and people with a two person household so it's fine. Gotta love the abundance of diamonds everywhere, brings the cabin together and it's even on the roof!
 

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Like really... everywhere. Plastic panels, door inserts, headliner lol. I wonder if there will be an easter egg somewhere in there :eek:
 

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Toyota's Intelligent Manual Transmission (i-MT) comes standard on HiLux SR5 Turbo-diesel manual models. I'm guessing that it's not a feature in petrol models yet, so those in North America may not get it at all since diesel crossovers just aren't that popular here.
 
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