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Toyota: C-HR News

For the new model year, the crossover undercuts 2018MY by about $1,500.

Toyota wants to bring its C-HR “coupe high-rider” closer to its segment rivals by introducing a new grade strategy for 2019. During the next approximately 12 months, the vehicle will be offered in just three trim levels – LE, XLE, and Limited, ditching the XLE Premium from 2018.

With the new LE base model, the price of the C-HR now starts at $20,995 MSRP without the delivery, processing, and handling (DPH) fee of $1,095 included. This makes the crossover about $1,500 cheaper than the 2018 C-HR XLE, which was the entry-level version for the previous model year.

The C-HR LE is equipped as standard with 17-inch steel wheels with hubcaps, LED DRLs with halogen headlamps, and a polyurethane steering wheel, as well as an eight-inch display with Apple CarPlay connectivity. If you pay $2,035 extra (without DPH) for the XLE trim, you’ll get systems such as Blind Spot Monitor and Rear Cross Traffic Alert, as well as features like auto-folding side mirrors with puddle lamps, piano black upper console and switch base, keyless engine start, and more.

Upgrading to the Limited range-topper brings goodies such as fog lamps, more panels covered in piano lack in the cabin, automatic headlights and wipers, heated front seats, chrome window trim, and leather-trimmed or leather-trimmed/fabric seats. The 2019 C-HR Limited will set you back at least $26,050 without destination charge included.

For the new model year, the C-HR carries over with its 2.0-liter naturally aspirated engine under the hood, good for 144 horsepower (107 kilowatts) and 139 pound-feet (188 Newton-meters) of torque. Mated to a CVT, it sends power exclusively to the front wheels and returns an average EPA-estimated fuel consumption of 29 miles per gallon in the combined cycle.

2019 C-HR models are covered by Toyota’s 36-month/36,000-mile new-vehicle warranty for all components with an additional 60-month warranty of the powertrain for up to 60,000 miles.
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