This subcompact-crossover shindig has been in full swing for a while, and Toyota’s all-new C-HR is a late arrival. Its wildly styled exterior is sure to attract attention, and its well-made cabin incorporates cool design elements as well—this is a crossover aimed squarely at extroverted millennial buyers, and these are necessary attributes considering its tardiness. Its outgoing qualities are overshadowed by a lackluster offering of infotainment goodies and available luxury features. Powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder making 144 horsepower, the C-HR is no hot rod, and it comes as front-drive only. Those seeking active safety technologies will be satisfied: automated emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, and lane-keeping assist are all welcome standard features. We only wish the C-HR had brought more to the compact-SUV party.