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What's in the New 2018 Toyota C-HR?

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The 2018 Toyota C-HR is a front-wheel-drive, cloth-interior, fuel-efficient, 144-horsepower subcompact crossover.

Is your blood pumping yet?

It's ok if not--the Toyota C-HR is the first of its kind in the Toyota lineup (if you don't count the retired Toyota Matrix that may or may not have played a role in inspiring the design of this crossover/hatchback) and it wasn't really built to be a wild performer, a major cargo player, or a snow-busting monster SUV.

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The Stunning New 2018 Toyota Camry is Full of Unexpected Surprises


The iconic, beloved, occasionally poked-fun-at Toyota Camry is up and at 'em for 2018, full of surprises and new standard features.

The 2018 Camry was revealed at the Detroit Auto show back in January, but even with all of the insider videos, spec estimates, and expert guesses, we weren't really prepared for just how big of a change we were in for.

And if you've been considering an upgrade in Green Bay or Appleton, the all-new, super-new, impossibly-new 2018 Toyota Camry might just be the perfect midsize sedan to fit your lifestyle.

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How Does Toyota's Entune System Work to Make Your Drive Easier?


It's rare these days to find new cars, trucks, and SUVs--beyond the base model--that don't offer touchscreen radio and some range of helpful apps. The car is becoming a moving smartphone. But Green Bay drivers don't seem to mind.

And Toyota's Entune infotainment system is being acknowledged by many as being the easiest to use, having the cleanest look, and being the most convenient.

Learn more about Entune systems here, or visit Kolosso Toyota to check out the new tech in person.

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Where Does the New 2018 C-HR Fit Into the Toyota Lineup?

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Think of the new Toyota C-HR as a saucy hatchback, more than an SUV.

Because while it features hard styling, a bold design, and a build that suggests that its more than ready to tackle the toughest trails out there--it's really a hot hatch that's best suited for the adventurous lifestyles of drivers in Appleton and Green Bay who need to let loose on a weekend, but reel it back in on Monday for work.

So the question is:

Where does the new 2018 Toyota C-HR fit into the new lineup of Toyota models?

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