2022 Toyota C-HR XLE – MSRP From $25,095

2022 Toyota C-HR Nightshade Edition – MSRP From $25,860

2022 Toyota C-HR Limited – MSRP From $28,115

EXTERIOR COLORS Black Sand Pearl Blue Eclipse Metallic Magnetic Gray Metallic Supersonic Red Wind Chill Pearl

The four-cylinder in the C-HR needs a turbocharger or supercharger, or maybe just a huge can of Red Bull, because it can’t get this crossover moving with any kind of verve. The C-HR is noticeably slower than its competitors, as it took our test vehicle 11.0 seconds to go from 0-60 mph.

However, if you press down hard on the accelerator with your right foot, the engine will rev to its maximum and remain there while you wait for the continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) to change gear ratios in an unsuccessful attempt to give swift forward momentum.