2018 C-HR

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Rolling out a brand new sub-compact crossover vehicle, the 2018 Toyota C-HR is bound to turn heads of prospective buyers for a variety of reasons. The C-HR arrives with a sleek, dynamic and edgy presence giving the utility crossover a sporty look that is bound to appeal to couples and younger buyers. This newest Toyota model starts at a highly competitive MSRP of $22,500 giving buyers a modest price considering the variety of features and tech included. Along with its appealing price, the C-HR gets a favorable 27 MPG in the city and 31 MPG on the highway. The most attractive aspect of the brand new C-HR lies in it practical combination of style, size and cargo space. This new versatile sub-compact SUV crossover comes with the trustworthy Toyota name, ensuring customers a quality ride that will go the distance.



Diving into the specs of the new C-HR, it offers potential owners a variety of automotive elements that will meet and exceed their standards. The sub-compact crossover comes with Toyota’ Safety Sense package that offers drivers a slew of standard features like a rearview camera, pre-collision and lane departure warnings, automatic high beams, and adaptive cruise control. Other safety perks like rear-cross traffic alert and blind spot warnings are also available.



In addition to its high-end safety tech, the C-HR provides plenty of features that will improve your driving experience. Some of these features include a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment display, Bluetooth capabilities, and a voice command system. To go with all the flashy elements, Toyota provides enough cargo space for those in need. With folding second row seating, a wide opening and a low easy-load hatchback, the C-HR makes going on your next trip effortless. Altogether, Toyota’s new C-HR model will give drivers a versatile vehicle no matter the lifestyle they live.



Pinning the brand new C-HR against its utility crossover competition like the Honda HR-V, it does not fall short. While similar in many regards, the C-HR is able to separate itself with a distinct style and athletic look, while the HR-V maintains a boring and duller ride. The Toyota model slightly edges out Honda in performance aspects with 144 horsepower and 139 torque, while the competitor gets 141 horsepower and 127 torque. Additionally, The Car Connection claims that the C-HR provides a better feel for handling when behind the wheel. While both are quality options when looking at sub-compact SUVs, the C-HR seems more generous, offering more standard features to go with valuable cargo and performance.

EST. MPG 27/31
$22,500 starting msrp
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Westboro Toyota
Westboro Toyota
271 Turnpike Rd
Westborough, MA, 01581 USA
Westboro Toyota 42.2835801, -71.6447108.