2020 Toyota C-HR

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

In 2020, Toyota says of the C-HR, "meet your eccentric match." That simple statement is fitting for the fun and futuristic C-HR, which has several options for a custom, creative, and personalized finish. The latest C-HR builds on its image as a stylish and innovative crossover with a new front end design featuring elongated headlights, a sloped hood, and a bold Toyota logo front and center. LED lights are now standard on all trims for improved visibility. All trims now come equipped with satellite radio, and Android Auto is available for the first time.

Other highlights of the 2020 C-HR include zippy, responsive handling, signature athletic styling, and many standard and available safety and technology amenities. With a choice of a dozen paint colors, the 2020 C-HR is ready for a custom look. The latest C-HR is part of the first generation that started in 2018, which means that although it isn't ready for a full design change, it gets some minor modifications to keep consumers satisfied.

2020 Toyota C-HR Has Abundant Features

The 2020 Toyota C-HR is produced in three trim levels. They are the LE, XLE, and Limited. The base model, called the LE, features a variety of standard useful features and luxury amenities. This includes a visible, user-friendly eight-inch touchscreen display that is compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. This trim also gets a two-zone climate control with pollen filters for the purest possible cabin air.

On the outside, reflective LED lights give its front end a distinctive appearance and make driving at night safer. The XLE features larger 18-inch alloy wheels with a sporty vortex finish. You'll find more safety features on this trim, including rear cross-traffic alert and blind-spot monitoring. A push-button start and smart key assist make the XLE convenient to start and drive. The XLE front end features projector puddle lights. Last but certainly not least is the Limited, which has more interior amenities and distinctive exterior.

The Limited gets turbine-style 18-inch wheels with a sporty appearance. Along with LED projector lights that have a high and low setting, the Limited gets performance-oriented LED lighting. Inside, leather-trimmed seats with a bucket-style design and an eight-way adjustable driver's seat make the Limited a comfortable choice for even your longest car trips.

2020 Toyota C-HR Interior

How Well Does the 2020 C-HR Perform?

The 2020 Toyota C-HR gets one engine, which is a four-cylinder with a 2.0L capacity. This engine's power output reaches 144 HP at 6,100 RPM and 139 LB-FT at just under 4,000 RPM. The Toyota C-HR comes with a continuously variable automatic transmission across the board. All trims are equipped with front-wheel drive. The C-HR has Eco, Normal, and Sport driving modes.

2020 Brings a Wide Selection of Safety Tech

As you'd expect from Toyota, the C-HR comes equipped with many safety aids. There is some variation in safety accessories by trim. All three trims get a backup camera, electric parking brake, vehicle stability control, and traction control. They are equipped with a basic Toyota Safety Sense package that has pre-collision avoidance, pedestrian detection, lane departure alert, and automatic high beams. Blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert are standard on the two higher trims.


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