When the Toyota C-HR arrived in the U.S. in 2017, there was plenty of speculation regarding this subcompact SUV. Could it keep up with the everchanging demands of the market? How would this young model compare to its well-established adversaries? Would this new flame burn bright for years to come or would it go up in smoke in a just a year or two?
While we can’t foresee the future, we can tell you this much: the 2019 Toyota C-HR has arrived in Decatur, AL and there are plenty of new car customers eager to examine it. After a successful debut in the 2018 model year, we anticipate many happy families driving away in a new Toyota C-HR in the months—and perhaps years—ahead.
There are, of course, countless differences across the trim levels of the 2019 Toyota C-HR—LE, XLE, and Limited—but all models do have a handful of commonalities. Take, for instance, the performance specs of each model. Under the hood of every 2019 Toyota C-HR, one will find a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that generates up to 144 horsepower and 139 pound-feet of torque. Likewise, as estimated by the EPA, every model of the 2019 Toyota C-HR can earn up to 27 mpg in the city, 31 mpg on the highway, and 29 mpg on combined roads.
Toyota then builds upon this solid foundation by adding an extensive host of standard features, such as dual-zone automatic climate control, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, Siri Eyes Free, an eight-inch touchscreen, and so much more. Far from done there, each model also comes with standard Toyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P). For those unfamiliar with it, TSS-P provides its owners with a next-generation driving experience, which is made possible by a high-tech suite of safety and driver assistance features. More specifically, TSS-P is compromised of the following technology systems: