Hands On: 2018 Toyota C-HR

8 April 2018, Neil Parkhi


The C-HR comes with an independent MacPherson strut front suspension and a double wishbone style multi link rear suspension with front and rear stabilizer bars, coil springs, and gas pressurised shock absorbers.


Steering and Transmission
Steering Type Electric Assist, Rack and Pinion Power Steering
Transmission Type Continuous Variable Automatic
Front Suspension Type Independent MacPherson Strut
Rear Suspension Type Double Wishbone Style Multi-Link
Suspension Features Stabilizer Bars, Coil Springs, Gas Pressurized Shock Absorbers
Length (in, mm) 171.2in, 4348mm
Width (in, mm) 70.7in, 1796mm
Height (in, mm) 61.6in, 1565mm
Wheelbase (in, mm) 103.9in, 2639mm
Weight (lb, kg) 3300lb, 1497kg
Engine Specifications
Engine Type 2.0 litre 16 valve DOHC turbocharged inline 4 cylinder
Power (bhp, PS, kW) 144bhp, 146PS, 107kW @ 6100RPM
Torque (lb-ft, Nm) 139lb-ft, 188Nm @ 3900RPM
0-60 mph (0-97 kmph) 11.0 seconds
Top Speed (mph, kmph) 115 mph, 185 kmph
Drivetrain Front Wheel Drive
Fuel Tank Size (gal, L) 13.2 gallons, 50L
Fuel Type (AKI, RON) 87 Octane/AKI Petrol (92 RON)
City Fuel Economy (mpg, kmpL) 27mpg, 11kmpL
City Fuel Economy (mpg, kmpL) 31mpg, 13kmpL
Cargo Specifications
Cargo Space (ft3, L) 19.0ft3, 538L
Max. Cargo Space (ft3, L) 36.4ft3, 1031L

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