The modern day RAV4 is a much larger and dumpier beast, however, which is where the Toyota C-HR comes in. It’s roughly the same size as its main rivals, the aforementioned Qashqai and the Seat Ateca. However, it isn’t as roomy in the back as those cars (blame the sleek roofline) and costs a bit more to buy.
More positively, if you’re a company car driver the Hybrid version will keep your tax bills low and even the entry-level Icon model gets you a generous amount of standard equipment.
Read on over the next few pages to find out if the Toyota C-HR is the car for you, how it compares with its main rivals and which engines and trims make the most sense.