An attractive, compact car that can seat five occupants, the 2019 Toyota C-HR is a great car for city commutes. It maneuvers well on winding roads, and you can easily park it in tight spaces. Here’s what you need to know about this vehicle.
The dynamic styling of the exterior, combining angled lines and curved shapes, makes this car stand out. It comes in three trim levels: LE, XLE, and Limited.
All the trims have LED daytime running lights, projector-beam halogen headlights, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and a cantilevered rear spoiler. The Limited trim also sports fog lights, along with heated mirrors, automatic wipers, and a keyless entry. It shares the keyless ignition features with the XLE.
The LE has 17-inch steel wheels tires, while the other trims have 18-inch sport alloy wheels with a vortex-style spoke design.
The 2019 Toyota C-HR is a front-wheel-drive vehicle with a 2.0-liter I-4 engine that produces 144 horsepower and 139 pound-feet of torque. It works with a two-speed continuously variable transmission with intelligence and shift mode. In D mode, the CVT handles the car, while in sequential shiftmatic mode, you can manually select from seven virtual gears. The C-HR’s great cornering ability comes from its MacPherson strut front suspension and the multi-link rear suspension.
The cabin has air conditioning with dual-zone automatic climate controls and is surprisingly spacious. The well-padded seats have cloth upholstery in the SE and XLE and leather trim in the Limited. The front bucket seats are six-way adjustable and, in the Limited, they have heating and the driver’s seat has lumbar support. The front seats are set slightly high for seating convenience.
You can fold the rear seats in a 60/40 split, increasing the car’s 19 cubic feet of space to 36 cubic feet. The front center armrest has storage space underneath, and there are plenty of door pockets and cupholders.
Cool Infotainment Technology
The 8-inch touch screen is user-friendly and displays all the information a driver needs. The infotainment system with Wi-Fi and remote vehicle controls is standard in the Limited and is available as an option for the XLE. The Limited trim also offers an available navigation system.
Along with Bluetooth connectivity for your smartphone and for streaming audio, there is a six-speaker audio system and a USB port. Apple CarPlay is also newly available in the Toyota C-HR.
Advanced Safety Features
The 2019 Toyota C-HR has adaptive cruise control that allows it to maintain a specified distance from the vehicle in front of it. The pre-collision system alerts the driver if the car is going too fast and is at risk of colliding with something, and then it automatically applies the brakes to help avoid an impact. The C-HR also has a system to warn the driver if they are drifting out of their lane and automatically steer the car back into its lane. The XLE has blind-spot warnings and rear cross-traffic alerts as well.
Overall, with its great design, technology, and top-notch safety features, the 2019 Toyota C-HR is the perfect car for cruising around the city, and you can drive it right now at Titus-Will Toyota.