The modelRead full review
Good to drive, well equipped and makes lots of sense for company car drivers. Shame it isn’t cheaper to buy and bigger in the back. And while the infotainment is much improved with the inclusion of full smartphone integration, it lags behind the class best.
The trimSee full equipment
Sportier interior styling is complemented by similar treatment to the exterior, as well as firmer sports suspension, larger 19in alloy wheels and stickier tyres.
The engineSee full engine specs
In 1.8-litre form, it's fair to say the C-HR is no speed demon, managing 0-62mph in 11 seconds and therefore taking a while to get up to motorway speeds. It's significantly cheaper than the 2.0, though.
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