2019 Toyota C-HR Model Review

27/31  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
11.0  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
5
Seats
19.0  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2019 Toyota C-HR?

For the 2019 C-HR, Toyota builds on the first generation of the C-HR introduced in 2018. However, for 2019, Toyota made adjustments to the price of the C-HR as well as added a different entry-level trim from that of 2018. These steps help bring the C-HR closer to, and perhaps even lesser than, the pricing of its competition.

The 2019 C-HR has an enhanced technology offering, with the integration of Apple CarPlay into the vehicle's audio system. An all-new Entune 3.0 infotainment system for 2019 upgrades driver accessibility.


2019 Toyota C-HR

2019 Toyota C-HR Trims & Features

The former base level, the XLE, gets a bump up and in its place comes the LE entry-level trim. Toyota offers the LE at $1505 less than the previous entry-level trim. This affordable model is good news for drivers looking to break into the subcompact SUV class.While the LE C-HR may have a lower price for 2019, the XLE trim increases in price by about $530. But with the price change comes additional features to help make up for the higher cost. Drivers will get 18-inch wheels, a smart key, well-lighted vanity mirrors, and mirrors that automatically fold in-not to mention Toyota's puddle illumination.

C-HR's Limited trim is a bit more vehicle for your buck. The exterior has been refined so that the Limited has some distinction from the other trims. A red bumper garnish will turn heads, along with black B-pillars and windows accented in chrome. Inside, drivers will enjoy power lumbar support, leather seating (in brown or black) throughout, rain-sensing wipers, seat back pockets, and Entune 3.0 Premium-an upgrade to Toyota's connectivity system.

What's the Engine in the 2019 C-HR?

2019 Toyota C-HRThe C-HR offers a reputable 144 horsepower in an inline 2.0 Liter 4-cylinder DOHC 16-Valve with Valvematic engine. This engine provides 139 pounds per foot of torque. Pair that with the C-HR's CVTi-S transmission, drivers get three shift modes: Sport, Normal, and ECO. While the engine isn't suited for any off-roading, it is capable of carrying 3,300 pounds efficiently. Drivers will love the C-HR's fuel efficiency for a combined 29 miles per gallon.

Staying Safe on Today's Roads

2019 Toyota C-HRToyota offers several available technologies to increase the C-HR's safety and driver awareness. The C-HR comes standard with a rear-facing backup camera. Drivers will find that backing is a breeze, thanks to the 8" display screen for improved visibility.

Additionally, the C-HR comes with a 4.2" multi-information display. This system provides up-to-date vehicle information so you can tackle the road with safety and confidence. The 2019 C-HR also offers Toyota's available Rear Cross Traffic Alert with Blind Spot Monitor to encourage mindful driving.

Crash and rollover test ratings are not currently available for the 2019 Toyota C-HR, as the vehicle has not yet been tested.

To test drive the new 2019 Toyota C-HR today and compare which trim is best for you, visit Camelback Toyota in Phoenix.

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