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2018 Toyota C-HR
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2018 Toyota C-HR

U.S. News Score: 6.9/10 | $22,500

Although Toyota’s newest subcompact SUV has a bold exterior look, it falls short in nearly every other category. It offers just 144 horsepower, leaving most drivers wanting a bit more. Additionally, its interior is appointed with cheap plastics, and it’s missing key tech features, like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

However, the C-HR lives up to Toyota’s safety standards, according to tests conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). It also has a generous list of standard safety features – including adaptive cruise control and pre-collision alert with pedestrian detection.

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