The 2019 Toyota C-HR has fun factor appeal | Gaywheels
The 2019 Toyota C-HR is in its second year. At first glance, you are instantly reminded of the Nissan Juke but the C-HR is a bit funkier. It is a bulbous, tall/small vehicle that is sharply angled and steeply raked with bulging wheel arches. The C-HR's total styling is, well, aggressive, expressive, and appealing. Even though the crossover's target audience is Millennial, there are those in the Poligrip set who just might want to get in on some of the crossover's fun factor appeal. The C-HR is categorized as a compact vehicle, but don't let its small size fool you because what it's really hiding is a crossover with accommodating proportions inside. Besides the spaciousness for heads and legs, the crossover's interior is well executed, and its standouts include road-trip-ready comfy seating, first-rate materials used throughout, soft-touch surfaces, and well-thought-out/logical controls. The C-HR, however, falls short in the cargo area by having one of the smallest maximum spaces