C-HR is youthful and exuberant, and full of fun and joy. Toyota threw caution to the wind, yet avoided the errors of the Nissan’s first Juke, an SUV just a touch smaller than C-HR. Nissan’s first attempt to be young and hip, was more nerdy and awkward, and frankly, just awful. The new Juke fixed all that. Meanwhile C-HR steamed ahead. Last month, Nissan sold 157 jukes, and Toyota shifted 1199 C-HRs for the same period.
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