Side view of red 2020 Toyota C-HR

What’s New For the 2020 Toyota C-HR?

2020 Toyota C-HR Style Updates and Features

The Toyota C-HR is back for the 2020 model year wearing a new face and sporting some new features. With added wheel designs, a redesigned front end, and more standard features, the 2020 C-HR stands out in a crowd even more than before. Continue reading to find out what new style element updates and features you can expect from the 2020 Toyota C-HR.

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2020 C-HR Exterior and Interior Style Changes Red 2020 Toyota C-HR

The 2020 C-HR is hitting the market with a new lineup of exterior color options to give shoppers even more self-expression behind the wheel. The C-HR color options lineup now includes Black Sand Pearl, Magnetic Gray Metallic, Blue Eclipse Metallic, Blizzard Pearl, Silver Knockout Metallic, Supersonic Red, and Hot Lava. The new Hot Lava color is available exclusively with the R-Code Black roof, which can also be paired to Silver Knockout Metallic, Blizzard Pearl, and Supersonic Red paint colors. A new R-Code Silver roof option, available with the Black Sand Pearl exterior color, is replacing the previous R-Code White roof.

The Toyota C-HR LE comes equipped with standard LED headlamps for the 2020 model year, joining the ranks of the XLE and Limited trim levels. The sculpted design of the C-HR is complemented by new 18-inch alloy wheel designs on Limited models.

LE and Limited grades now offer a Gray headliner, adding to the soft-touch surfaces found throughout the vehicle’s interior. The C-HR XLE features a new Blue/Black interior color combination, while the Limited grade offers a new Black/Brown interior option.

Updated Features in 2020 C-HR

Toyota has added Android Auto™ capability as a standard feature to every model in the 2020 Toyota C-HR lineup. This means that no matter which model you choose you choose, the LE, XLE, or Limited, your vehicle will come equipped with standard Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™, as well as a 3-month trial for SiriusXM® All Access. XLE grades add new windshield visor extensions and seatback pockets, while the Limited grade adds the Adaptive Front Lighting System and an 8-way power driver’s seat to amplify the convenience and comfort of riding in the 2020 C-HR.

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Stay tuned to the Toyota of Decatur blog for more information on the upcoming 2020 Toyota C-HR. Head over to our online inventory to view our lineup of current in-stock C-HR models and be sure to book a test drive today to see just how fun this Toyota model is to drive.