C-HR vs. HR V contrast

Precisely what are the vital stats for the transmission and engine?

The full range is powered with the same 1.2-liter turbocharged lookup engine. You are not purchasing a C-HR vs. HR-V for its power – the only 85kW/185Nm is available to haul on the 1400kg-plus Koba around (weightier whether or not it’s AWD). That is okay, though – I don’t for an instant think the people who’re buying one care very much.

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Alas, the energy reaches the road via Toyota’s indifferent continuously variable transmission (CVT).

How much fuel does it eat up?

Toyota states the CVT front-wheel drivers use 6.4L/100km on the joint cycle. My week with the vehicle, which was spent in the suburbs and do a few freeway running, came back an indicated 8.0L/100km, that wasn’t awful in any way.

Frustrating. Although not since it’s terrible. Not whatsoever. The company made the right choice in waiting to go into the compact SUV fray; it could have gotten off with jacking the older Corolla or the Yaris but would have been as good as this.