2017 Toyota C-HR Owner's Manual
Innovations in the technical part have got only the version C-HR Hybrid – a 2-liter hybrid power-unit with general capacity of 184 h.p., known to us thanks to models Toyota Corolla and Lexus UX. However, the hybrid with volume of 1,8 which total efficiency is 122 hp hasn’t gone anywhere. Such crossovers will be equipped with electromechanical variator and have only front drive.
But the standard C-HR will not be able to boast of any novelties under the hood. It got the motors from the “before-reformed” model: a turbo four 1.2 (116 hp 185 Nm) and an atmospheric 2.0 (148 hp 189 Nm). The first comes with both a six-speed manual and a variator and can have both front and all-wheel drive. The second is only CVT and only 2WD.
Notably, on the home market, with the release of the restyling, the Toyota C-HR has a “sport” version of the GR Sport. To the features of such car includes the original front bumper, 19-inch wheels, sports steering wheel, seats with more pronounced side support and reconfigured suspension with steering. Here, however, under the hood there is nothing interesting – either turbocharged 1,2 (116 hp) and mechanics, or hybrid 1,8 (122 hp) and e-CVT.
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The most common causes are for 2017 Toyota C-HR: dead or faulty battery, rusty vehicle battery terminals, blown fuse (if your car model has one), Starter Connection, Coil.
It is recommended that you change your 2017 Toyota C-HR oil every 10,000 miles, but every 5,000 miles also recommended that you inspect fluid levels and top up.
Toyota is trying to make our roads and cars safer, and when it finds serious defects in 2017 Toyota C-HR, they recall them to dealerships for repair.