2020 Toyota C-HR
2020 Toyota C-HR
Tech-savvy, safety-minded drivers with sporty style will meet their match in the 2020 Toyota C-HR.
What’s new for the 2020 Toyota C-HR?
Big things are in store for 2020 C-HR drivers. If you’ve got an Android smartphone, you’ll be pleased to know that this crossover now comes standard with Android Auto. This technology joins Apple CarPlay and Amazon Alexa integration in the C-HR lineup. Other newly standard features include LED headlights and satellite radio.
Why choose the 2020 Toyota C-HR?
Toyota’s subcompact crossover is known for its sporty handling, stylish good looks, and long list of standard features. Inside, seating is spacious and comfy – perfect for road trips and carpools. The C-HR puts a big emphasis on technology, keeping you connected with a range of smartphone integration features, a USB port for charging devices, and a standard touchscreen infotainment system. When you’re transporting precious cargo, you can rest assured that your loved-ones are well protected, thanks to this crossover’s excellent standard tech lineup.
What are the 2020 Toyota C-HR trim levels?
Drivers can choose from three trims: LE, XLE, and Limited. The entry-level LE gives you a great deal on modern transport, with an especially tech-heavy standard lineup.
At no extra cost, the base C-HR gives you a Wi-Fi hotspot, 8-inch touchscreen, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. It even includes Amazon Alexa integration, keeping you connected in more ways than one. Remote vehicle controls let you lock, unlock, or start the engine via smartphone app. Safety also comes standard. Every C-HR helps you safely navigate your surroundings with lane keeping assist, adaptive cruise control and forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking.
The XLE adds to the above features with a little extra style. In this model, you’ll find a leather-wrapped steering wheel and keyless ignition and entry. The XLE also makes it easier to switch lanes on a busy road, thanks to a blind-spot monitoring system with rear cross-traffic alert.
In the stylish Limited, you’ll find all the aforementioned features and then some. This is the C-HR for drivers with a hankering for the finer things, like leather upholstery, heated front seats, and a driver’s seat with two-way power lumbar adjustment. Outside, this crossover lights the way with adaptive headlights and foglights.
Is the Toyota C-HR a hybrid?
No. The C-HR is a gasoline-powered subcompact crossover. Under the hood, every trim model features a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine rated for 144 horsepower and 139 pound-feet of torque. A continuously variable automatic transmission powers the front wheels. We will say, though, that the C-HR does an excellent job of balancing smooth power with commute-friendly fuel economy, earning 29 mpg combined (27 city/31 highway mpg).