The All-New Toyota C-HR in Princeton, NJ

 C-HR Trim Levels & Features

 

The 2018 C-HR is available in two trim levels, the XLE and the XLE Premium. Both trim levels comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense P, which includes Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist, Automatic High Beams, and Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control. Powering the C-HR is a peppy 2.0-liter four cylinder Dynamic Force engine that features advanced Valvematic technology.  Together you get the perfect blend of optimal power and sharp handling all while getting 27/31 mpg.

You are going to hear the word standard a lot when talking about the Toyota C-HR. Like the standard 7 inch touch-screen display that is equipped with AM/FM radio, Aha Radio app with over 100,000 stations, iPod connectivity, Bluetooth wireless technology with streaming connectivity, and many other apps.  The C-HR also comes standard with a 4.2 inch color multi-information display inside the gauge cluster that gives you all the important information at a glance. See your average fuel economy, outside temp, driving modes and trip information.

  
 

Where Does The Competition Stand

 

 

Most drivers don't just look at one car when shopping for you next vehicle, you look at a few.  And we want to give you some information about where the competition ranks compared to the Toyota C-HR. The two competitors that are most often compared with the C-HR is the Mazda CX-3 and the Honda HR-V. We are specifically comparing the CX-3 Grand Touring and the HR-V Ex-L with navigation. Right out of the gate the C-HR is out in front with a lower MSRP than both the CX-3 and the HR-V. The C-HR has a starting MSRP of $22,500 for the C-HR XLE and the XLE Premium starts at $24,350. Both competitors start at over $25,000.


   As we already mention the both trim levels of the C-HR come with a long list of standard safety and technology features, making them a great value. Many of the same standard features, like Dynamic Radar Cruise Control is not available on all trim levels of the Mazda CX-3 or on the Honda HR-V. Forcing you to by a more expensive model to get those features. The last area we are comparing is fuel economy and it works out to be a tie. The CX-3 and the HR-V both get a combined fuel economy rating of 31 mpg while the C-HR only gets 29. But the C-HR has a long cruising range, 406 miles, which lets you fill up less frequently.
 



Has the C-HR peaked your interest and you want to find what else it has to offer? The best way to tell if the C-HR is for you is from behind the wheel. So stop by our showroom today! Team Toyota of Princeton is just a just a short drive from Trenton, Windsor, and Lawrenceville; located at 2871 U.S. Highway 1.

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The 2018 Toyota C-HR

Meet the newest member of the Toyota family! The all-new 2018 C-HR subcompact SUV with bold styling, muscular lines, and a roomy, quiet, and comfortable cabin. The C-HR is meant to embody a race car with a design to maximize driving pleasure while fitting the needs of drivers today.