The automotive world is not a one-size-fits-all endeavor, and Toyota does a great job of creating a wide variety of vehicles that cater to all kinds of needs and preferences. Enter the 2020 Toyota C-HR in San Francisco, CA. C-HR stands for Coupe High-Rider, and that’s a testament to the blend of peppy spirit and versatility you can experience when you get behind the wheel.
The 2020 C-HR is available in three trims: LE, XLE, and Limited. Each one offers its own unique take on the vehicle while still retaining its striking design and good looks. Click the button to display our current inventory of C-HR models. Otherwise, continue reading below to learn more.
Each 2020 Toyota C-HR is equipped with a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder DOHC 16-valve with Valvematic engine capable of 144 horsepower and 139 lb-ft of torque.
All C-HR models work hard to stretch your fuel dollar, with each trim achieving an EPA-estimated 27 city, 31 highway, and 29 combined miles per gallon.
The C-HR offers ample cargo room. Behind the second row, you’ll have 19.1 cubic feet available, with a maximum of 37 cubic feet offered when those seats are folded down.
What’s your smartphone operating system of choice? The 2020 Toyota C-HR offers compatibility for both Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™, so whichever operating system you have, you can synchronize your compatible phone to the vehicle and take advantage of certain applications, including Maps, some of your favorite playlists, and hands-free messaging.
Safety is also vital, and the available Safety Connect® feature lets you subscribe to services that include Automatic Collision Notification, Enhanced Roadside Assistance, an Emergency Assistance Button, and even a Stolen Vehicle Locator. The C-HR also includes an integrated backup camera, and you can take advantage of other available safety features, like the available Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert.
The C-HR has options for your convenience, too. The available Smart Key System with Push Button Start provides convenience when you need to enter or load up the cargo area through the rear hatch, and the available auto-folding outside mirrors will fold those mirrors in with just the press of a button.