2019 Toyota C-HR Review
To make a statement while hitting the streets of Danvers, Peabody, and Salem, you’ll need a vehicle that is not only uniquely stylish but packs a powerful performance that puts you in control. Enter the Toyota C-HR—the vehicle you’ve been looking for.
To help you gain as much information about this CUV, the pros at Ira Toyota of Danvers have created this 2019 Toyota C-HR review. Read through before you hit the lot to know exactly what this vehicle has in store for you.
2019 C-HR Performance Specs
To provide you with a smooth and efficient ride no matter where you’re headed, this Toyota has included some impressive components underneath its hood. The 2.0L 4-cylinder Dynamic Force engine includes Valvematic technology. This allows your Toyota C-HR to generate 144 horsepower and 139 lb-ft of torque, giving you an EPA-estimated 27/31 city/highway MPG.1
This AWD crossover also includes the continuously variable transmission, which is equipped with intelligence and shift mode, giving you plenty of chance to customize the way you drive. Place the vehicle in Drive and let it do the work for you or switch to Sequential Shiftmatic™ mode and manually switch between seven gears.
Toyota has redesigned the cabin inside of the C-HR to ensure both the driver and the passengers remain cozy even during long drives. Available in the Limited trim, you’ll receive luxurious leather-trimmed seating, which offers comfort as well as support. You can also upgrade the front seats with the available heating feature to help keep you warm on colder mornings.
Do you and your passenger argue about the temperature while you’re on the road? That comes to an end with the dual-zone climate control system. Everyone will be pleased with the ability to choose their town temp.
With the ability to seat five, don’t think the Toyota C-HR skimps on cargo space. When the seats are all in their upright positions, you’ll have 19 cubic feet when you open the rear hatch, allowing you and your passengers to pack up when hitting the open road.
Need more space? The C-HR comes with standard 60/40 split rear seats to arrange according to what you’re placing in the back. When they’re both folded down completely, you can take advantage of the 36.4 cubic feet of cargo space while still having the ability to seat passengers in the front.
Toyota C-HR Color Schemes
To give you the chance to truly express yourself while driving, this Toyota offers a bevy of exterior colors to choose from. From classic traditional hues to something bolder, you’ll be able to find something that suits your style and personality. With the available R-Code, you can add even more definition with a painted roof and side mirrors. Choose from the following:
- Silver Knockout Metallic (Available with R-Code in Black)
- Ruby Flare Pearl (Available with R-Code in Black)
- Blue Eclipse (Available with R-Code in Iceberg)
- Black Sand Pearl (Available with R-Code in Black)
- Blue Flame (Available with R-Code in Black)
- Magnetic Grey Metallic
- Blizzard Pearl
Try This Crossover for Yourself
We know after reading our 2019 Toyota C-HR review that you’re dying to get behind the wheel. To schedule a test drive in the Danvers, Peabody, and Salem areas, contact Ira Toyota of Danvers today! We’ll see you on the lot.
1 2019 EPA-estimated mileage. Actual mileage will vary.