Most and Least Reliable SUVs in 2019

2019 Toyota C-HR
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Most Reliable: 2019 Toyota C-HR

U.S. News Reliability Score: 4/5 | $21,145 | USN Overall Score: 7.0/10

The 2019 Toyota C-HR is the brand's entry in the burgeoning subcompact SUV segment. Though it has a U.S. News overall score that puts it near the bottom of our ranking of subcompact SUVs, it comes with several advanced safety and driver assistance features that are optional on most rivals.

It also has a predicted reliability rating that’s above average for both the class and industry as a whole.

While no subcompact SUV has the rear legroom of a limo, the C-HR’s is especially confining. Its acceleration isn’t impressive, either, despite the cacophony of noise coming from the engine. Those limitations are partially made up for by a long list of standard equipment, including support for Apple CarPlay (but not Android Auto), dual-zone automatic climate control, automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, and automatic high-beam headlights.

Unlike most SUVs, the C-HR is only available as a front-wheel-drive model. All-wheel drive is not offered.

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