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2019 Toyota C-HR XLE

$20,998* 27K mi

CarMax Potomac Mills Free shipping • VA to VA

Key Features
Satellite Radio Ready, Rear View Camera, Auxiliary Audio Input, Alloy Wheels, Overhead Airbags, Traction Control
Location: CarMax Potomac Mills in Woodbridge, Virginia 22192
Description: Used 2019 Toyota C-HR XLE for sale - $20,998, 26,815 miles with Satellite Radio Ready, Rear View Camera, Auxiliary Audio Input, Alloy Wheels, Overhead Airbags, Traction Control
Transmission: Automatic Color:Gray Interior Color: Gray Average Vehicle Review: (0 reviews)

About the 2019 Toyota C-HR

Vehicle Summary

For a fun, sporty drive that doesn't blow your fuel budget while still having decent cargo capacity and the ability to park on a dime, the 2019 Toyota C-HR provides a great option for singles, couples and small families. Hidden rear doors make backseat access simple, while multiple driving modes make it easy to get moving quickly or ease up on the gas. The subcompact crossover SUV features a 144 hp 2.0L inline-four engine.

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Q: What does the 2019 Toyota C-HR stand for?

A: What the C-HR stands for in the 2019 Toyota C-HR is a matter of debate. As a subcompact crossover SUV, there are three popular opinions: Compact High Rider, Cross Hatch Run-About or Coupe High Rider. Whatever your opinion on the matter, you'll find an amazingly fun drive, more cargo space than most subcompact sedans or hatchbacks and plenty of features to make your commute fun again.

Q: Does the 2019 Toyota C-HR get good fuel economy?

A: Though it isn't quite as high as many subcompact sedans, coupes and hatchbacks, the 2019 Toyota C-HR does get decent fuel economy for its class. With the 2.0L inline-four engine, the C-HR has an EPA estimate of 27 mpg city, 31 mpg highway and 29 mpg combined, providing you with plenty of room and efficiency to get where you're going.1

Q: How much can the 2019 Toyota C-HR haul?

A: Though the 2019 Toyota C-HR isn't rated for towing, the subcompact crossover SUV does have decent cargo room for its class. Behind the second row of seats, you've got plenty of room for all the basics with 19.0 cubic feet of cargo space, and when needed, the second-row 60/40 split fold-flat bench seat capable of seating three can be folded out of the way to increase the interior cargo space to 36.4 cubic feet.

Q: What trim levels does the 2019 Toyota C-HR come in?

A: The 2019 Toyota C-HR is available in three different trim levels, the LE, the XLE and the Limited. The LE represents the C-HR's base trim, with heated power side mirrors with turn indicator, dual-zone climate control and six-position adjustable front seats with sport bolsters. The XLE adds touch-sensor lock/unlock, blind-spot warning indicators and auto-folding mirrors. The top-of-the-line Limited includes premium features, such as chrome accents, leather-trimmed heated front seats with driver's side power lumbar support and standard Entune 3.0 Audio Plus with App Suite and available Entune 3.0 Premium Audio with App Suite and Dynamic Navigation.2

Q: What are some popular features for the 2019 Toyota C-HR?

A: In addition to being equipped with Entune 3.0 capability which, when activated, can provide Scout® GPS Link compatibility, Siri® Eyes-Free, Apple CarPlay® and Bluetooth® functionality, the 2019 Toyota C-HR has a wide range of features that make it a wonderful ride.2 Standard features include hill-start assist, integrated backup camera, an auto-dimming rearview mirror and cargo area cover. Available features include SiriusXM® satellite radio, Wi-Fi hotspot, hatchback door handle with touch-sensor lock/unlock feature, push-button start, high-performance LED fog lights and rain-sensing windshield wipers.2, 3

1Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates for when vehicle sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See

2Activation with subscription required.

3Wi-Fi hotspots require a data plan to activate and may also require a compatible device. See the owner’s manual or manufacturer website for more information.

Generation Overview

Joining the ranks of coupes that have hidden rear doors, the Toyota C-HR concept car was revealed at the 2014 Paris Motor Show, with an updated version unveiled at both the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show and 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show. The production model was launched in late 2016 with the 2018 model year, it was originally planned to be sold under the Scion nameplate before the marque was discontinued. It was introduced with a larger engine than many international models, a 2.0L inline-four engine as compared to a 1.2L turbocharged gasoline engine or a 1.8L hybrid engine. Initially available in XLE and XLE Premium trims, the 2019 model year saw the introduction of the LE trim, while the Limited took the place of the LXE Premium. The 2020 model year saw a light facelift including updated exterior styling.

Safety Rating

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration's independent crash tests help you make informed decisions about vehicle safety. NHTSA's 5-Star Safety Ratings give consumers insights into how vehicles perform in crash tests, with more stars equaling higher safety ratings. Here are the ratings for the 2019 Toyota C-HR. Certain vehicles may have unrepaired safety recalls. Visit to look up a specific vehicle.

NHTSA Overall Rating
Frontal Barrier Crash Rating Test: A head-on collision between two similar vehicles traveling at 35 mph.
Front Driver Side
Front Passenger Side
Side Barrier Crash Rating Test: A vehicle standing in an intersection sustains driver side impact from a vehicle moving at 38.5 mph.
Rear Passenger
Side Pole Crash Rating Test: A vehicle slides sideways at 20 mph and impacts a tree or telephone pole.
Combined Side Barrier and Pole Crash Ratings: Test data is combined to indicate overall safety by passenger location.
Front Seat
Back Seat
Rollover Resistance Test: A single vehicle moving at 55 mph loses control on a curve, leaves the road, and rolls over.
Rollover Rating
Dynamic Test Result
No Tip
Risk of Rollover

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