Small SUVs promise convenience in a tidy package. The Toyota C-HR makes a dramatic design statement as well. The C-HR's sleek profile puts the squeeze on cargo capacity, but consumers typically aren't looking for maximum space in a small crossover. Instead, they'll enjoy the Toyota C-HR's easy step-in height and high-quality interior furnishings. Like most rivals, the Toyota C-HR prioritizes fuel economy over performance. With its front-wheel drive layout and low ground clearance, the C-HR isn't any more capable than a Camry after a snowfall. However, the Toyota C-HR is fun to drive around in the city, and with its affordable pricing, you'll have money left over to buy snow tires.