The Scion inspired Toyota C-HR, a subcompact crossover SUV, makes a fashion statement. Returning in 2019 with more style, trim levels and features. First introduced in 2017, the C-HR, was originally designed for the now-defunct Scion division.
The C-HR is arguably the most stylist crossover in the hot-selling sub-compact SUV class. Additions in 2019 include new trim levels, multimedia features, and an optional Aerokit that further enhances the front end.
It looks fast, event when it’s standing still. But looks are deceiving, since the C-HR gets its power from a 2.0-liter I-4 engine that generates 144 horsepower at 139 pound-feet of torque. Despite its moderate power, it’s fun to drive handles the road like a mini Lexus.
The C-HR hybrid engine is very fuel-efficient. A technology it adopted from the class-leading Toyota Prius. The EPA rates it at 27 mpg city and 31 mpg highway.
The 2019 Toyota C-HR offers three trim levels which includes the C-HR LE for $20,995; the C-HR XLE for $23,030; and the C-HR Limited for $26,050 MSRP.
All models include the I-4 engine. However, the starting prices vary depending on the choice of sport wheels and tires, safety features, audio system, luxury interior and transmission options.