In spite of the fact that it has a great deal of standard security highlights and a decent anticipated dependability rating, the 2019 Toyota C-HR’s numerous negatives pull it down in our subcompact SUV rankings. It has cramped rearward sitting arrangements and a little load region, alongside a lazy and boisterous powertrain.
Toyota needs to bring its C-HR “roadster high-rider” closer to its section matches by presenting another level technique for 2019. During the following around a year, the vehicle will be offered in only three trim levels – LE, XLE, and Limited, jettisoning the XLE Premium from 2018.
With the new LE base model, the cost of the C-HR presently begins at $20,995 MSRP without the conveyance, preparing, and taking care of (DPH) expense of $1,095 included. This makes the hybrid about $1,500 less expensive than the 2018 C-HR XLE, which was the passage level form for the past model year.
The 2019 Toyota C-HR LE gets an Entune 3.0 infotainment framework with Apple CarPlay incorporation (sorry, Android clients), an eight-inch touchscreen wherein the rearview camera show has been moved, a windshield de-icer and 17-inch wheels with spreads. In any case, it does exclude the already standard warmed front seats, control lumbar help and calfskin wrapped wheel.