2020 Toyota C-HR Model Review

27/31  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
11.0  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
5
Seats
19.0  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New For the 2020 Toyota C-HR?

Compact crossovers like the 2020 Toyota C-HR tame classic SUV features such as reconfigurable interiors for people and payload spaces that overlap one-another by putting them in a manageable vehicle engineered for urban wildernesses. This latest C-HR adds 1.4 inches to its length while making the lower grille a bit thicker and stuffing the interior with a few more surprises that'll be music to your ears. Just check out what else the C-HR has in store below.


2020 Toyota C-HR Interior

What are the C-HR Trims and Features

All C-HR versions, the LE, XLE, and Limited, keep occupants happy with items like twin-zone climate control, power locks and windows, 6-position adjustable front seats, a USB port, a 12-volt socket, 6-speaker AM/FM sound, and an 8-inch touchscreen. For the 2020 model year, every C-HR also comes with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and a 3-month SiriusXM trial subscription installed on the touchscreen.

The XLE enhances this foundation with a leather-wrapped steering wheel and the option for HD radio. Ultimately, the C-HR Limited fulfills desires with leather upholstery and heated front bucket seats with a motorized 8-positioned driver's seat. The 2020 C-HR houses all this opulence in a single design with 38.1 inches of headroom and 43.5 inches of legroom ahead and 38.3 inches of headroom and 31.7 inches of legroom behind. For baggage, 19.1 cubic feet of room swells to 37 cubic feet when the second seating row is moved out of the way.

2020 C-HR Powertrain Options

2020 Toyota C-HRA compact crossover like the 2020 Toyota C-HR is meant to be light and nimble, so it needs an engine correctly suited to these goals. The 2-liter inline-4 block under the hood has all the right qualifications. Delivering proper output, it offers 144 horsepower and 139 lb-ft of torque while accomplishing 27 mpg city and 31 mpg highway in conjunction with a continuously variable transmission or CVT. Selecting the Sport option allows the CVT to generate 7 simulated gear positions that can be manually shifted between for a more traditional feel.

Packed with Safety Features

2020 Toyota C-HRThe 2019 C-HR earned 5 stars for front and side impact testing from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for an overall score of 5 stars. Toyota begins its commitment to the safety with a durable frame.

Next, basic standards like antilock brakes, a backup camera, traction and stability control, and airbags are brought in for further safety. Finally, Toyota Safety Sense P is included in all 3 C-HR models. This package literally allows the vehicle to see frontal objects and recognize an imminent collision. It then notifies the driver and activates braking if needed. This sensing ability even carries over to lane departures where the C-HR can alert the driver while supplying a light touch to steering to get things back in line.


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