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2019 Toyota C-HR

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A stylish and practical crossover SUV.

The Toyota C-HR is a newer option in the popular crossover-SUV segment. Crossovers, also called subcompact SUVs, are great for drivers who want the style and space of an SUV, but from a vehicle with a relatively small size. The Toyota C-HR debuted in 2018 with many standard driver-assist system features like forward collision braking and radar-controlled adaptive cruise control. The C-HR couples unique exterior styling with functionality, bringing you a vehicle that is both practical and fun to drive.

All Toyota C-HR years

New this year

  • The C-HR is available in a variety of new trims, including the LE and Limited.
  • The XLE Premium trim has been discontinued for 2019.
  • C-HR trims have been upgraded with Leather Seats, Power Seat(s), Entune, Apple CarPlay, and Satellite Radio Ready as standard equipment this year.
  • JBL Sound System and Navigation System features are now available as options on select trims.

Explore Toyota C-HR details

LE 2WD 4D Sport Utility

5 reasons to buy the 2019 Toyota C-HR

1. Edgy design

The Toyota C-HR is instantly recognizable. It has an edgy exterior design, with standard features like a black rear spoiler and shark fin antenna that make it look more aggressive than most SUVs. Halogen headlights and daytime running LED lights make it stand out even more. If you're looking for a vehicle that stands out among all the other SUVs, the C-HR is a good choice thanks to its feature-heavy design.

2. Great fuel economy

2019 Toyota C-HR Review: Engine | CarMax

The C-HR is a good vehicle for people who want to be more conscious of their fuel consumption. Both the 2018 and 2019 C-HR models get an EPA-estimated 29 mpg combined with the 2.0L engine. This makes it a practical car for commutes to work, school, or trips to see friends—not to mention for longer road trips and visits to see family and friends out-of-state too.

3. Plentiful driver-assist features

The C-HR takes advantage of technology to make things easier behind the wheel. The C-HR comes standard with the Toyota Safety Sense package, which features lane-keep assist and forward collision braking. It also comes standard with a back-up camera. Standard driver assist features include brake assist and Smart Stop Technology®. Blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert come standard on the 2019 XLE and Limited models and on the 2018 XLE Premium model.

4. Enhanced driving modes

2019 Toyota C-HR Review: Front Seats | CarMax

The C-HR will keep you from getting bored behind the wheel. That's because it comes with three standard driving modes: sport, normal, and ECO. The sport driving mode, for example, increases acceleration for when you want a bit of a thrill. Although the C-HR is only available with automatic transmission, the Sequential Shiftmatic Mode, which comes standard, gives you control to manually go through seven virtual gears—giving you more control.

5. Connectivity

2019 Toyota C-HR Review: Tech Dash | CarMax

The C-HR will allow you to stay connected on the road. The 2019 model comes standard with Apple CarPlay® and Bluetooth®, as well as an eight-inch touchscreen display (compared to the 2018 model's slightly smaller seven-inch display). Audio-system upgrades available on the 2019 XLE and Limited trims will give you access to WiFi-hotspot capability. Satellite radio and navigation are also available options on those trims.

Similar vehicles

If you're interested in the 2019 Toyota C-HR, you should also check out these similar vehicles from previous model years.

The 2017–2021 Honda HR-V has plenty to offer 2022 shoppers with a busy and active lifestyle. All models for these years are equipped with a 141-horsepower 1.8L four-cylinder engine and standard FWD—with all-wheel drive an available option if your locale calls for it.

2017–2021 FWD models are also equipped with a generous 24.3 cu-ft of cargo storage. Need to add more space for hauling? Cargo space can extend up to 58.8 cu-ft thanks to the 2017–2021 HR-Vs Magic Seat® rear-row. Because it can fold away horizontally and vertically, the HR-V can accommodate bulky, long, or tall standing items.

The 2017–2021 Honda HR-V base LX trim has these standard features and more:

  • Five-inch infotainment display

  • Rearview camera

  • Four-speaker audio system

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2019 Toyota C-HR trims

LE

  • Eight-inch display screen, Apple CarPlay® connectivity, dual-zone climate control, keyless entry, Toyota Safety Sense driver-assist package.

  • View all Toyota C-HR LEs in stock

XLE

Limited

  • Leather-trimmed heated front seats, WiFi hotspot capability, chrome window-trim accents, automatic windshield wipers.

More about 2019 Toyota C-HR

Color options

Exterior colors

  • Black Sand Pearl

  • Blue Eclipse Metallic (available R-code white)

  • Blue Flame (available 2019 only; available R-code black)

  • Blizzard Pearl (available R-code black on 2019 model)

  • Magnetic Gray Metallic

  • Radiant Green Mica (available R-code white)

  • Ruby Flare Pearl (available R-code or R-code black on 2019 model)

  • Silver Knockout Metallic (available R-code black on 2019 model)

Interior details

The Toyota C-HR offers seating for you and four others. It comes with bucket seating in the front and a 40/60-split bench in the back. Cloth seats come standard and feature leather trim with the 2019 Limited trim level. The interior also sports a display screen (eight inches on the 2019 model) and USB connectivity ports. The standard 4.2-in. TFT Multi-Information Display is customizable and shows information regarding speed, fuel economy, temperature, and more.

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