2021 Toyota C-HR
The C-HR was created to be a one-of-a-kind vehicle that is no different from any other on the road. This compact SUV is blatantly loud in its design, just as Toyota loves it. Sporty, sophisticated, and without subtlety, this small SUV is uncompromising in its design. its design, which is exactly what Toyota likes. Although the engine seems to be slowly gaining momentum, the high fuel consumption makes up for it.
Trims Available at Midlands Toyota:
Customers can choose from the following four trims of the 2021 Toyota C-HR:
Since the price difference between the XLE and the LE is not that great, customers should consider the older version. The amount of features included is certainly worth the extra money. In its segment, the Toyota C-HR competes with those from Nissan. Kicks, Honda HRV, and Hyundai Venue FWD (front-wheel-drive) are the only available powertrain for this vehicle.
This compact SUV offers affordability and fuel efficiency in one eye-catching package. Fun styling can be seen here with the headlights stacked on top of the fenders. The front grille area is quite large on this muscular SUV and features the Toyota logo. There are 18-inch alloy wheels on the sides, 17-inch alloy wheels in the LE version. Buyers can see a character line running from the top of the headlight to the rear of the vehicle with built-in signals. The rear door handles have been placed on the windows to give it a modern look. Massive bumps can be seen on the fenders of the Toyota C-HR 2021, the taillights appear to be mounted outside the vehicle and point to the side. There seem to be two spoilers in the back. Back of C-HR.
The 2021Toyota C-HR has a single-engine which is a 2.0 liter naturally aspirated engine that develops 144 horsepower and 139 lbs.-ft of torque and is mated to a continuously variable transmission (CVT). 060 mph. Customers driving within cities will be very happy with the engine's response. Expect an excellent combined fuel economy of 29 MPG.
It's interesting to note that while the C-HR looks wild and crazy on the outside, it looks surprisingly sophisticated on the inside. The equipment variant used in the interior is very nice and runs the entire length of the dashboard. The interior includes:
- Adequate Legroom and Headroom in Driver’s Seat
- Manually Adjustable and Reasonably Comfortable Front Seats
- No Rear AC Vents
- Cup Holders in Doors
- Decent Legroom and Headroom in Rear Seat
- 0-inch Touchscreen Infotainment System
- 1 Cubic Foot of Rear Cargo Space
- Hard Plastic in Door Panels
- Soft-Touch Dash
- Two-Zone Climate Control
- USB Port
- 2 Cup Holders
- Large and Deep Armrest Console
- Small Digital Display on Instrument Cluster
Toyota offers the Safety Sense 2.0 Active Safety System across all trims of the C-HR, with features such as:
- Lane Keeping Assist with Road Edge Detection
- Traffic Sign recognition
- Automated Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection
- Adaptive Cruise Control with Lane Trace Assist