At the first time, Toyota introduced C-HR in the form of a Scion in 2015, the crossover remains loyal to its predecessor by retaining the price and accessories.
This will allow young drivers to get the Toyota C-HR with better equipment and affordable prices from just $ 23,460, including a $ 960 shipping fee. The car will officially be taken to dealers in America next month.
With unmodified pricing, customers will still be afforded many standard features, such as 2-zone air-conditioner, electronic parking brake, leather steering wheel, auto-fade & auto-fog mirror and back camera system, Bucket seats, 7 inch audio display and 18 inch wheels.
In addition to the XLE base variant, Toyota offers the new C-HR XLE Premium version that can be sold for $ 25,310.
The crossover will get many other new features such as color door handles with lock/unlock sensor, front fog lights, side mirrors with integrated turn signal lights, blind spotlights & headlights and Rear shock scene lights alarm, smart key with Start button, front seat heating…
In addition to the above two variants, the C-HR is also available with a R-Code version with special exterior paint color matching the body color under a white car roof, rearview mirror, column A is also decorated with white. In addition, C-HR R-Code also received a number of other color options including Blue Eclipse Metallic R-Code, Ruby Flare Pearl R-Code, and Radiant Green Mica R-Code, the second color is considered exclusive.
About transmission, all the variants of the all-new Toyota C-HR are equipped with a naturally aspirated 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine producing 144 horsepower and 188Nm of maximum torque.
The power is transmitted to the wheels through the CVT gearbox, combined with the front wheel drive. All variants are expected to achieve respectable fuel consumption (as estimated by the EPA), namely 8.7 / 7.6 / 8.1 liters / 100km corresponding to city / highway highways. / combined.