2019 Toyota C-HR Gets Significant Price Cut, But No Optional All-Wheel Drive

Toyota’s entry-level crossover is entering the 2019 model year with a revised trim structure and a host of new features.

Costing $1,505 less than its predecessor, the 2019 C-HR has a simplified lineup that includes the entry-level LE, mid-grade XLE and range-topping Limited. Last year’s XLE Premium has been dropped and all models now come standard with an eight-inch infotainment system featuring Apple CarPlay connectivity.

The $20,995 C-HR LE sits at the bottom of the lineup and comes equipped with an acoustic front windshield, LED daytime running lights and 17-inch steel wheels. Buyers will also find a dual-zone automatic climate control system, power windows / locks, an auto-dimming rearview mirror and a 4.2-inch Multi-Information Display in the instrument cluster.

Despite its entry-level status, the LE comes with the Toyota Safety Sense suite of driver assistance systems. It includes a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, lane departure alert with steering assist, automatic high beam headlights and full-speed range dynamic radar cruise control.

Since the XLE Premium was dropped, the $23,030 C-HR XLE now comes standard with additional equipment including piano black interior trim and a push button ignition.  The model also gains auto-folding side mirrors with puddle lamps and a blind spot monitor with rear cross traffic alert. Other highlights include a leather-wrapped steering wheel and 18-inch alloy wheels.

The range-topping C-HR Limited starts at $26,050 and features a unique exterior with LED fog lights, chrome window trim and piano black B-pillars. The model also comes standard with rain-sensing wipers.

Moving into the cabin, drivers will find heated leather seats and an upgraded Entune 3.0 Audio Plus system. The model can also be equipped with an optional infotainment system featuring GPS navigation.

All models are powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 144 hp (107 kW / 146 PS) and 139 lb-ft (188 Nm) of torque. It is connected to a continuously variable transmission which sends power exclusively to the front wheels.

Note: Prices exclude a delivery, processing, and handling fee of $1,095.

more photos...
  • Six_Tymes

    its so weird to me how great the concept looked. Yet the production version is down right ugly. (exterior)

    I cringe every time i see one

    • alexxx

      Don’t agree with you at all… It looks fantastic…

      • Six_Tymes

        it’s fugly

        • alexxx

          Well…
          It’s beautiful☺️

  • Wayne Alan Carr Heyes

    I love the car it’s very concept like

    And I’m glad they have dropped the price

    BUT STILL NEEDS ANOTHER 1-2k taken off it

    Thank god apple car play is now on it

  • Andrew Ngo

    Just introduce a hybrid with AWD like the Lexus UX250h and it will sell like crazy!

  • Mill0048

    Glad they got rid of that anemic 1.8 four. The 2.0 should be an improvement.

Lamborghini Huracan Evo Does The Quarter Mile… Faster Than You’d Think

The latest iteration of the baby Lambo is powered by a screaming 5.2-liter V10 with 631 HP – and boy does it go…

Never Get Lost In Nature Again With The Ranger Raptor’s Clever Sat-Nav

Compared by Ford themselves to breadcrumbs, the system places a virtual pin on the map every second.

Lamborghini Aventador S Art Car Salutes Monterey Car Week Attendees

This Lambo was treated as a canvas by 19-year old American street artist Skyler Grey .

Rivian R1S Buyers Will Be Able To Choose Between Three Roof Configurations

One of the options available on Rivian’s upcoming SUV will be a two-piece, removable composite roof .

2020 Porsche 911 GT3 Touring Pounds The Tarmac On The Nordschleife

As with the 991.2-based model, the new GT3 Touring Package will be a 911 purist’s wet dream.

Original McQueen-Driven Mustang Bullitt To Be Auctioned In 2020

The current owner of what is probably the most famous Mustang ever inherited the car from his father.

Driven: 2019 Hyundai Kona Elite Is A Crossover You Might Actually Want

Behind its cute looks, the Kona is a crossover with lots of appealing features that won’t break the bank.

Drako GTE Is A 1200 HP Electric Hyper Sedan That Promises Supercar-Like Handling

Loosely based on the old Fisker Karma, it’s got a massive output, impressive tech and costs $1.25 million.

2019 BMW 330i Fights The Clock At The Hockenheim GP Track

For a four-pot-powered sports sedan, the new generation 330i performed remarkably well on the circuit.

Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S: A Sexy Super Saloon For Those Who Want It All

The GT 63 S four-door combines aggressive looks, room for four and extreme performance, so if you can afford it…