Toyota markets the C-HR as “meet your eccentric match,” and we couldn’t have said it better ourselves. The C-HR looks like nothing else, and we love that distinction from other SUVs and crossovers. But don’t go thinking that its looks are the only thing that sets it apart from its competition.
Time to dive a little deeper into the 2020 Toyota C-HR.
We know what you're wondering. The answer is yes, the 2020 C-HR is Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ compatible. Even better, its standard on each C-HR model and trim. Toyota also offers their Safety Connect® service which allows access to features like automatic collision notification, an emergency assistance button, enhanced roadside assistance, and stolen vehicle location. The C-HR has an available smart key system for keyless entry and ignition.
The Toyota Safe Sense™ P (TSS-P) suite of features are designed to keep you and your passengers safe as well as other driver and pedestrians. Each 2020 C-HR comes standard with pre-collision automatic emergency braking, dynamic radar adaptive cruise control, lane departure assist, and automatic high beams. Also standard is the Toyota Star Safety System™, which includes vehicle stability control, traction control, anti-lock brakes, electronic brake-force distribution, brake assist, and Smart Stop Technology™.
The C-HR is efficient no matter if you live downtown, in the suburbs, or way out in the sticks. It gets an EPA-estimated 27 / 31 / 29 mpg. Unlike many SUVs and crossovers that get great highway mileage but poor city mileage, the C-HR only sees a difference of 4 mpg, meaning you actually get to experience the advertised efficiency.
Interested? We don’t blame you! Give Toyota of Arlington a call and schedule a time to test drive the new 2020 Toyota C-HR.