Scion C-HR looks like it might be the real deal. It’s widely known that Scion excels at making small and compact cars, but their involvement in the crossover category wasn’t really all too exciting so far. With C-HR that could change. At the moment we don’t know much about the technical capabilities of the C-HR except that it utilizes the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA). What C-HR is essentially supposed to do is challenge Nissan Juke, and offer Toyota’s solution in form of a very capable crossover. Speaking of which, C-HR rides surprisingly high compared to the competition. It will probably sport a four-cylinder engine and offer all-wheel drive.
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