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About Toyota C-HR
The North American production version Toyota C-HR made its debut at the November 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show for the 2017 model year. In North America, it was originally planned to be sold as a Scion before that marque was discontinued. The current C-HR offers just two trim levels, the well-equipped base XLE and the XLE Premium and it is available as a 5-door hatchback. Standard features on the C-HR include 18-inch wheels, automatic headlights with automatic high-beam control, LED daytime running lights, a rear spoiler, remote locking and unlocking, a driver information display, adjustable driving modes and many others. And now it is powered by a 2.0 L inline 4-cylinder engine rated at 144 horsepower and 139 pound-feet of torque and its power is sent through a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) to the front wheels or four wheels.
Toyota C-HR Common Problems & Maintenance Tips
First, engine failure. This is the most serious problem that can appear on the Toyota C-HR since it is often seen as the omen of a vehicle breaking down. You are supposed to diagnose and solve it as soon as possible based on these typical symptoms of it provided by professional mechanics. It often starts with strange sounds such as whining or squealing from the engine, burnt oil odor filling the compartment or oil leaking on the ground. Then gradually, the engine performs worse so that it may lose power while accelerating, suffer from hard starting and roughly idling. Therefore, once the Check Engine Light is activated and you find the vehicle is gulping oil, then the C-HR spark plug, engine mount, oil filter, air filter, fuel pump and valve cover gasket must have something wrong.
Second, suspension failure. This is also a very common problem on the Toyota C-HR according to experienced vehicle owners. It is a pity that not many drivers have sensed this problem in time so that it often results in serious consequences. The unsteady ride and grinding noises from underneath the vehicle are often misunderstood as the friction between tires and rocks on the road. In fact, if apart from the clunking noises, if you can also feel excessive vibration from the front, the vehicle starts to tilt to one side because of uneven tire wear and you feel hard to control the vehicle or start steering to the right or left unintentionally, then you should be alert that the suspension system has a problem. And the C-HR ball joint, wheel bearing, shock absorber, sway bar bushing, coil springs and coil spring insulator may need to be replaced.
Moreover, a wise Toyota C-HR owner will also spare extra efforts to some vulnerable auto parts of the vehicle for a perfect ride. Some parts will also wear as time passes by but will not show obvious signs like above mentioned. However, most of them are playing important roles in making sure a perfect driving experience. For example, on snowy or rainy days, you need the C-HR windshield wiper or wiper blade to clean off the debris so that you can have a good driving visibility. Apart from it, you should also maintain the C-HR cabin air filter, fog light bulb, emblem, seat belt, door handle and horn routinely.
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