Introduced just last year, the C-HR is one of the newest members of the Toyota family. This compact crossover rides high on a signature formula that blends breathtaking style and an impressive list of standard features, as well as a Nurburgring-tuned chassis that provides seriously unexpected driving dynamics for the segment. And true to the modern Toyota philosophy, every C-HR is absolutely loaded with active safety technology.
New for 2020
While it may not be brand-new anymore, the C-HR still received some noteworthy updates for its second year. Chief among them is a new three-model grade strategy, which flanks the existing XLE trim with the new entry-level LE and upscale Limited variants. The 2020 C-HR also now comes packing with a new multimedia system that features Entune 3.0 and CarPlay, available premium cabin materials and a host of refinements and tweaks both inside and out.
17-inch steel wheels come standard on the LE trim. The Limited boasts many features, including Piano-black B-pillar garnish, Chrome window trim accents, and leather trimmed seats.
Entune 3.0, Apple CarPlay, Wi-Fi connect powered by Verizon (XLE and Limited only) and Rain-sensing windshield wipers on the Limited.
The Bottom Line
C-HR is more than just wild looks. With a new starting MSRP of just $21,295 its value proposition is stronger than ever. Regardless of trim, each C-HR boasts a lengthy list of standard safety, convenience and entertainment features; and it wraps them all in an exciting and stylish package to thrill whoever's behind the wheel. Combine all of this with Toyota's legendary reputation for reliability and long term value- as well as the ToyotaCare No Cost Maintenance Plan and Roadside Assistance- it's clear why so many consider the C-HR to be the best buy in its class.