2020 Toyota C-HR

What's New For the 2020 Toyota C-HR?

The all-new 2020 Toyota C-HR includes a slew of new features you are sure to love. The front and end of the vehicle have been redesigned, and there are now standard LED headlights and satellite radio available for all trims. While the 2018 model saw the introduction of Apple CarPlay, the C-HR now also has Android Auto as an alternative. Two new colors have also been introduced for the exterior in the 2020 C-HR: Hot Lava and Supersonic Red. There is also the option of having a silver roof.

Which Trims & Features Are Available in 2020?

There are three trims from which to choose with the 2020 Toyota C-HR. The C-HR LE has the fewest features and is the most affordable option. It has a combined MPG 29, 144 horsepower with 2.0-liter I-4 that takes regular gas, a two-speed CVT with OD and auto-manual transmission, and front-wheel drive. The LE has five seats and is available in six exterior colors.

The 2020 Toyota C-HR XLE the same features as the LE but can be chosen in 10 different exterior colors. On this trim level, the C-HR upgrades to 18-inch alloy wheels, keyless ignition and entry, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and safety features such as blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert.

Finally, the Toyota C-HR Limited adds on to the features of the XLE, including ten exterior color options, with leather upholstery, heated front seates, two-way power lumbar for the driver's seat for a customized comfort, and an upgraded infotainment system.

2020 Toyota C-HR Interior

A Perfect Blend of Power and Fuel Efficiency

As previously stated, the 2020 Toyota C-HR model offers 144 horsepower, which is relatively low for a vehicle of its size. Overall, the SUV is rather slugging at accelerating as a result. All three-time options rely on a 2.0 liter inline-4 to give power to the front wheels through its continuously variable automatic transmission. Although there is nothing truly special about this feature, the ride is quiet.

At the same time, the C-HR is a bit more upscale than its modest price would have you believe. The vehicle drives smoothly, and it looks sleek. However, it is more of a city vehicle than one that would run well in the wilderness.

Safety Features in the Forefront for 2020

In terms of safety, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration rated the Toyota C-HR 5 out of 5 stars for its safety performance and features. The vehicle comes with anti-lock brakes, front and side airbags, and even an airbag at the driver's knee and airbags under the cushion on the passenger's side. Forward collision warning, cruise control, automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, automatic high beams, and steering assistance also come equipped in the C-HR. The XLE and Limited trims also include monitoring for blind spots and rear cross-traffic alerts.

If you feel as if you are sold on this vehicle and want to take a test drive, Crown Toyota invites you to come in at your earliest convenience to check it out.

C-HR Questions

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