Toyota did offer the C-HR with an optional 4x4 system, but despite it's rugged looks, it wasn't standard. The 4 wheel drive could only be specified on the 1.2T petrol engine, and only if you take the CVT automatic, so you end up paying £1,200 more for automatic and another £1,300 more for the 4WD, meaning it costs you around £2,500 extra so you really have to need that go-anywhere ability. The 4x4 system has a slight weight penalty over the front wheel drive version, adds a little to the CO2 figures and knocks around 10% off the fuel economy. However with the EU pushing for lower CO2 averages, Toyota took the decision to drop the 1.2T engine from the line-up in late 2020 and go with hybrid only, so the 4 wheel drive model has since been dropped from the range. It is likely it will be re-introduced once the hybrid model evolves a bit by adding a second electric motor to the rear axle in the manner that some other manufacturers like Peugeot are now doing with the 3008 Hybrid4, but this tends to cost more. If you're thinking of what it will be like in the snow and ice then we would always suggest winter tyres whether you go front wheel or four wheel drive as the 4x4 will get you traction when you're pulling away without the wheels spinning as much, but it won't help you stop or corner any better than any other car on summer tyres so you could just as easily slide off the road.
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