Toyota C-HR

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

The Toyota C-HR gets some minor changes to its interior and style for the 2020 model year. Change begins on the outside with the C-HR, which is characterized by a bold styling and many options for a custom finish. You can finish your 2020 C-HR in one of 12 paint colors, including many two-tone color schemes, for a unique and personalized appearance.

The C-HR stands out from the front with a sloped hood and narrowed LED lights. A prominent front grille with the signature Toyota emblem lets everyone know what car you're driving. The C-HR also has different wheel sizes and styles for all three trim levels, ensuring that each edition gets its unique look. This year, bold LED headlights are standard on all trim levels.

The interior gets some refreshments too with now-standard satellite radio and more standard driver-assist safety technology. Android Auto is available across the C-HR lineup, as well. Along with these new and notable highlights, consumers can still enjoy the C-HR's sporty handling and a generous assortment of standard and available safety and technology amenities.

Available Features in the 2020 Toyota C-HR

The 2020 C-HR is offered in three trim levels. Each one builds on its predecessor's list of standard amenities, and all three have slightly different exterior designs as well. The base trim is called the LE. Even at the base level, you'll get a standard eight-inch infotainment screen with smartphone integration, Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay. The interior also has a standard dual-zone climate control with pollen filters to keep the air clean.

The exterior of the LE is accented with multi-reflector bold LED headlights for maximal visibility and distinctive styling. The mid-level C-HR trim is the XLE. The XLE has all the same features of the LE plus more standard safety technology. It also gets a smart key system with a push-button start. Its exterior varies from the LE's with 18-inch, vortex-style custom sport alloy wheels. Its front end gets unique puddle lights with a "Toyota C-HR" projection.

Last in the lineup is the Limited. The Limited adds to the XLE list of offerings with a power-adjustable driver's seat that has lumbar support for extra comfort. The bucket-style heated front seats finished with leather trim, add to the Limited trim's appeal. Its exterior features turbine-style alloy wheels, LED projector lights, adaptive front lighting, and LED high-performance fog lights.

2020 Toyota C-HR Interior

Raw Power and Stellar Performance

There is one engine available for the C-HR in 2020. All three trims share a 2.0L engine with four cylinders. The engine's power output is nearly 145 HP at 6,100 RPM and just under 140 LB-FT of torque at 3,900 RPM. All three trims get an automatic transmission with continuously variable technology. Front-wheel drive is the standard drivetrain. Multiple driving modes (normal, sport, and eco) are standard in all C-HR trims.

Technologies to Keep You Safe

Every 2020 C-HR comes with plenty of safety technology. An integrated backup camera and electronic parking brake are standard. Each trim is equipped with the Toyota Safety Sense package that contains pedestrian detection, pre-collision avoidance, lane departure warning, and dynamic cruise control. The top two trims get blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert as well.

C-HR Questions

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