In 2015 I waited to purchase my RAV4 because I had hope for the C-HR having the utility of my 2004 Scion xB. I was disappointed. I am happy with my RAV4, but a smaller vehicle with utility from Toyota might make me trade it in. Fortunately , I am in a position where I can wait a couple of years for that. But I am anxious to see what the sub-compact from Toyota will be.Yeah, peculiar that the C-HR got no shine at either Detroit or Chicago. A number of commentors have been asking for an AWD C-HR to be released in North America, as that option is available in Australia, Japan and Europe. Perhaps it's because the C-HR has not lit it up sales-wise against the Honda HR-V in the way that the RAV4 has against the CR-V. Toyota needs strong sellers at all utility vehicle levels, but other than the RAV4, they got nothing.
Toyota C-HR US car sales figures