Price Drop: 2019 Toyota C-HR

Toyota’s Coupe High-Rider aka C-HR gets a new trim level for 2019, and with that a lower price tag. The new LE trim level brings more value to the compact crossover, lowering the starting price to an even more affordable $21k plus delivery and handling.

We had a great experience during our 2018 road test, impressed by the handling, efficiency, comfort, and the unique exterior. The new LE trim impresses us even further, as it comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense, including radar cruise control, and an 8-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay.

For the C-HR XLE trim, standard equipment now includes Blind Spot Monitor + Rear Cross Traffic Alert, auto-folding side mirrors, “Toyota C-HR” puddle lamps, piano black upper console and switch base, Smart Key with push button start. Entune 3.0 Audio Plus is optional.

C-HR Limited includes fog lamps, piano black B-pillar, “Limited” badging, rain-sensing wipers, Entune 3.0 Audio Plus, heated front seats, driver seat power lumbar, chrome window trim and leather-trimmed or leather-trimmed/fabric seats. New options for the Limited grade now include Entune 3.0 Premium Audio. 

Automatic high beams are standard, and worked beautifully during our last evaluation of the C-HR.

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