The Toyota CH-R isn’t a bad car. It’s perhaps the coolest-looking crossover currently made, handles well, gets 31 MPG and features a curiously stellar standard sound system.
My quandary is that I’m not sure who, or what, it’s for. With a slushy, droning CVT, the CH-R is slower and less economical than a Prius. Its tight body and rakish roofline massacre interior space, so it has a smaller trunk than a Camry and half the storage space of a RAV4.
It’s not the most practical, fun, roomy or efficient Toyota, but it may be the coolest-looking.