The subcompact crossover SUV world got a new resident back in 2018 when the first model year of the Toyota C-HR came on the scene. It’s only been a couple of years, but the C-HR has made a subtle impact that will likely grow as the model gains fans and notoriety.
Since it is a newer model, the C-HR doesn’t have a lot of different trim levels. The three trim levels it does have are straightforward and fit well with the kind of vehicle the C-HR is trying to be. The three trims are the LE, XLE, and Limited. Review some of the available features on each of the three trims with the chart and analysis below.
Between these three options, the XLE is the most popular trim. Part of the reason for this is likely the sportiness of it. The C-HR already has a sporty look and feel about it, but the XLE doubles down on it with the blue interior accents, available roof rails, and larger wheels. The bump in price seems forgivable for the XLE but going up to the Limited might not be worth it for everyone. Since most of the people that will end up in the C-HR are college students and other younger drivers, the LE will probably suffice in most situations.