When it’s time to shop for a subcompact crossover SUV, don’t forget about the Toyota C-HR. Sure, it doesn’t have the same notoriety that now-legendary RAV4 and 4Runner have, but the Toyota C-HR still has the same Toyota blood in its veins and reliability, just in a smaller package.
The 2020 model year of the Toyota C-HR is the third iteration of the crossover featuring a revised front end, Android Auto™ integration, and standardized LED headlights. This crossover may be little, but for what it is, it packs SUV functionality down into a fun little machine you’re sure to enjoy driving. Refer to the chart that follows for some information on this vehicle’s specifications and available features.
Safety & Convenience
|2.0L Inline 4-Cylinder Engine||172.6 Inches Long||Pre- and Post-Collision Safety System|
|Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT)||5.9 Inches Ground Clearance||Front Fog/Driving Lights|
|144 Horsepower||105.1 cu.ft. EPA Interior Volume||Emergency Braking Assist|
|139 lb-ft of Torque||37 cu.ft. Maximum Cargo Capacity||Climate Control|
The 2020 Toyota C-HR may be little more than a smaller Toyota RAV4, but that’s not a bad thing. The RAV4 is one of the most celebrated crossovers out there, so the C-HR inherits a lot of that prestige. The engine is small, but powerful enough to get you where you need to go on the freeway and country highways. The standard safety features are impressive, making the C-HR that much more appealing for small families. Having nearly 40 cu.ft. of maximum cargo space means it should still fit plenty of groceries and any other daily loads.
• Keyless Ignition
• Adaptive Cruise Control
• Turn Signal Mirrors
• Rear View Camera
• Front and Rear Cupholders
• USB Audio Input
• Adaptive Headlights with Dusk-Sensing Technology
• Lane Departure Warning System
• And Much More!