This is one of the C-HR’s weaker areas, and you can probably guess why simply by looking at the car’s shape. That heavily styled rear end makes it hard to see what’s behind you when reversing, and the small rear side windows don’t exactly help, either.
Fortunately, all versions have a reversing camera to help get around this issue, while Excel and Dynamic models add front and rear parking sensors and even a self-parking system. Parking sensors are an option on entry-level Icon trim.
Meanwhile, the view out of the front is generally good, although the front pillars do get in the way a bit when pulling out of junctions. Put simply, a Seat Ateca is easier to see out of.