indeed... C-HR does drive much better than Rav4... where are you from?I understand that completely. I switched to the RAV4 Hybrid a few years back due to reliability issues with my prior vehicle. It's been rock solid from a dependability standpoint, but it's definitely not a driver's car. Floaty-boaty, mediocre tire grip, non-existent steering feel, crashy suspension and weird acceleration are all good descriptors of the current RAV4 hybrid. It sounds like the new TNGA based vehicles like the C-HR and UX are supposed to address some of these issues.
In the NA, Rav4 is a lot of space for small amount of money. In Europe, due to the taxes and customs, it is really a lot of money. For me, loaded hybrid would be $55k.