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A lot of the car magazines have released reviews for the C-HR over the weekend. Here is a roundup of the ones I've found so far:

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Toyota C-HR 1.8 Hybrid review

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You should certainly think about buying one. We prefer the sweetness of the 1.2, but there's no denying that the hybrid drivetrain is here just as effective as it is in a Prius. That's no surprise, then. The surprise, instead, is that all of those Prius characteristics come in a package that looks and feels quite as funky as the C-HR, so you look less like an Uber driver and more like somebody with, y'know, an active lifestyle. Which is quite appealing in itself.
Link: http://www.autocar.co.uk/car-review/toyota/c-hr/first-drives/2017-toyota-c-hr-18-hybrid-review
 

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The head-turning C-HR is a worthwhile addition to the fiercely fought compact crossover class. It's not quite as practical as its mainstream rivals, but it makes up for this with its distinctive styling, classy cabin, grown-up driving dynamics and decent value for money. However, unless you really want to save on tax, we'd steer clear of the slightly disappointing hybrid in favour of the sweet and eager 1.2-litre model.
Link: http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/toyota/c-hr/97695/new-toyota-c-hr-hybrid-2016-review
 

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Its extraordinarily bold exterior is married to an interior that features equally surprising elements and, to top it all, Toyota has worked hard to give the C-HR a much more satisfying driving experience than we're used to from this fundamentally sensible Japanese manufacturer.
Link: http://www.parkers.co.uk/toyota/c-hr/
 

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Toyota has built a genuinely interesting and engaging vehicle here - and while the Qashqai will hardly be quaking in its boots, the C-HR is certainly a breath of fresh air in the rather staid family crossover segment. Standard kit levels are keen, with an emphasis on safety and technology; only base-spec examples miss out on sat-nav, and you can have an intricately engineered JBL hi-fi system as an option.

Toyota took a risk, and it's paid off.
Link: http://www.carmagazine.co.uk/car-reviews/toyota/toyota-c-hr-2017-review/
 

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I've tried the new Prius and that's way better than hybrids a few years ago.
The danger is you end up comparing it with non hybrids.
I've just ordered a C-HR as a company car cos it will save me a fortune.
 
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