27/31  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
11.0  Sec.
0-60 MPH
19.0  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2019 Toyota C-HR?

The Toyota C-HR is among the newer subcompact crossover SUVs available in North America today. Originally offered for sale for its 2018 model year, this vehicle's modern style has generated immediate popularity among consumers. Because this five-passenger SUV is new to the market, you will discover only minimal changes between the 2018 model year and the new 2019 C-HR. A great way to learn more about what the new C-HR brings to the table and determine if it is the right SUV for you is to stop by our dealership and take it out for a test drive soon.

2019 Toyota CH-R

Bold Trims and Features for 2019

The 2019 Toyota C-HR is available in three trim levels. The base trim, which is the LE, comes with cloth interior, an eight-inch color touchscreen display, Apple CarPlay, cruise control, climate control with interior air filtration, an Entune audio system, powered door locks and windows and several other features. The XLE trim is the mid-level option.

It provides you with 18-inch Vortex sports-alloy wheels, a push-button ignition, a few new exterior colors, keyless entry and projection puddle lights. At the highest end of the spectrum, the C-HR Limited includes LED fog lights, heated and powered front seats, leather interior, rain-sensing wipers and a few other upgraded features. You can get more information about the standard features and available options for each trim level during your test drive with our sales team.

Does the 2019 C-HR Have Strong Performance?

2019 Toyota CH-RYes! Behind the wheel, the C-HR is equally as impressive. It delivers an agile, powerful performance that makes it fun to drive on a daily basis. All three trim levels provide you with a DOHC, 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine.

This engine gives off 144 horsepower along with 139 foot-pounds of torque, and it is paired with an automatic intelligent CVT with three shifting drive modes. In addition, the C-HR comes with a front independent suspension, a rear multi-link suspension, anti-locking brakes, enhanced stabilization and traction control features, a unitized body design, rear solid disc brakes, front ventilated disc brakes, front-wheel drive and electric power steering. This is a sporty SUV that refuses to disappoint its drivers in the areas of design, features and overall performance.

Does the 2019 C-HR Have Toyota Safety Sense?

2019 Toyota CH-RToyota has established a great reputation over the years for producing safe vehicles, and its Toyota Safety Sense technology is one of the reasons for its great reputation. This safety suite is standard in all of the C-HR vehicles for 2019, and it gives you a pre-collision safety feature with pedestrian detection, a lane departure warning with steering assistance, dynamic full-speed radar cruise control, automatic high beams and a few other safety features.

To further enhance your safe driving experience in the C-HR, this SUV also comes with front seatbelt pretensioners, numerous airbags, hill start assist, an electric parking brake, a brake hold feature, the STAR safety features, a tire pressure monitor, child safety features and more. If you choose a higher trim level, the C-HR also is equipped with a blind spot monitor and a rear cross-traffic alert. We are ready to tell you more about these and other safety features available in the 2019 C-HR. Call or Visit Today!

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