2020 Toyota C-HR – Rides High

If one word should describe a new 2020 Toyota C-HR it would be youth. A new design of the old model is something which we expected from Toyota, and surely now is the time for something futuristic and youthful. Even though many Toyota lovers will describe a new model close to Scion, and that will not be far from the truth knowing that it was a standard for this model, it is much improved than old 2014 Scion with many new details and improvements.


So many details in the new 2020 Toyota C-HR obviously are the result of planning and designing a car for the showing off among the younger population. Great and robust lines in combination with the aggressive front end result with the less weakness and simplicity than we saw on competitive Nissan Juke. Large 18-inch wheels and massive mudguards above them are great combinations for the big truck as Toyota love to make, but curved sidelines and slightly wrinkled rear end represent a model for city driving and everyday challenges. Those who love impressive front lights will be satisfied with cat-like head lights and thin and elegant air intake below them.


As on many small vehicles, especially those that Toyota makes, 2020 Toyota C-HR is nice and functional inside, without all those complicated buttons and functions. It has a large touchscreen on the modest dashboard with great button layout for driving trough city crowd, but also a nice combination of the only needed commands for drivers with large families driven inside. Aside from the 7-inch touchscreen, Toyota offers special MeZONE safety system and comfort for five passengers. Being a coupe, C-HR does not offer a roomy cabin for taller passengers and cargo for many bags, but it still is a cute and compact car with all necessaries for full comfort.

2020 Toyota C-HR Engine

In combination with the lightweight car comes a smaller and functional engine, so Toyota has not made a big engine with abnormally high fuel consumption in 2020 Toyota C-HR. Expected engine option is small 2.0-liter four-inline with 155 horsepower and 150 pound-feet of torque paired with CVT automatic transmission and front wheel driving system. Electric assisted steering wheel has more control on the road, in combination with the rich safety system built-in this car.

2020 Toyota C-HR Release Date and Price

After the car shows held in last year we can say that 2020 Toyota C-HR will be prepared for the first buyers for the basic price of $24,000 in the middle of the 2019.

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