C-HR’s fresh design stands out for all the right reasons — without even trying. Its fit lower body sits atop large-diameter 18-in. wheels to help give this city cruiser one powerful stance. C-HR’s higher height and its steeply raked rear window work together to create a sporty, passenger-friendly cabin, as well as a uniquely distinct silhouette. Its standard projector-beam halogen headlights with unique cluster LED Daytime Running Lights (DRL), along with its cantilevered rear spoiler, all add to C-HR’s sharp and edgy look and feel. And with its available color options, you can customize your C-HR and really make it your own.
See how the 2018 C-HR Premium compares against the 2017 Nissan Juke SL FWD. Whether it’s practical considerations like MSRP, the convenience of steering wheel telescopic adjustment and interior day/night electrochromic rearview mirror, or safety features like front knee airbags, the 2018 C-HR compares favorably against the Juke.
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