2023 Toyota C-HR Owner's Manual

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The new crossover undergoes significant changes compared to its predecessors. Now the 2023 Toyota C-HR will be longer, but the ground clearance will be reduced. The unconventional approach in the body layout is preserved.

But the model acquires a coupe shape, which increases aerodynamics. In front the novelty has new headlights with a non-standard shape, in the form of curved ribbons. Between them there is a very thin radiator grille. The new Toyota C-HR gets the features of sports class cars. The front bumper now features a wider air intake. The stern also has a stepped shape.

The power plant is hybrid. The basis is an atmospheric combustion engine, which generates 100 horsepower. Power of front and rear electric motor is 100 and 45 hp respectively. Thus, new crossover with an all-wheel drive turns out. There is a chance that more expensive versions will be equipped with a 2-liter hybrid.

But there will be no more 1.2 liters turbo engine as in the previous versions. The main competitor in the car market for the new C-HR will be Lexus UX.

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The most common causes are for 2023 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 2023 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 2023 Toyota C-HR, they recall them to dealerships for repair.