TOYOTALLY

TOY­OTA’S NEW C-HR CROSS­OVER IS A HAPPY MAR­RIAGE BE­TWEEN A ZIPPY, CITY-STYLE HATCHBACK AND A RO­BUST, GO-GET­TER SUV.

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There’s some­thing about be­ing alive and young and part of the world as we know it to­day. Who wants what was – we all want what is bet­ter. So be it! This is the mantra of mod­ern Mil­len­ni­als. It’s all about be­ing in the front line of firsts and try­ing new things and ex­pe­ri­ences with­out wor­ry­ing about the come­back. Style and qual­ity are top con­sid­er­a­tions for any­thing we buy or own, and our choice of car is def­i­nitely more of an ID than our pass­ports! If you are an in­di­vid­ual, you’ll want to drive a car that is as cus­tomised as you are, and that’s where the Toy­ota C-HR cross­over comes in. That’s “Coupé High Rider” – but you knew that! If you’re an ur­ban an­gel and you’ve been lust­ing af­ter a cross­over for ages, but have never found “the one”, then read on and be happy. Crossovers are now as much a part of our South African lingo and daily life as boerie and chips. Let’s face it, we’re sur­rounded by them, so what’s all this hype about the new Toy­ota C-HR cross­over? You get the best ben­e­fits and at­tributes from each one, and then it morphs into a hot-look­ing car that fits per­fectly into a mod­ern city lifestyle with all the ex­tra, fun-lov­ing week­ender bits thrown in for good mea­sure. But this one is not your com­mon de­nom­i­na­tor.

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