Although the Toyota C-HR doesn’t have many changes for the 2019 model year, there is one notable update to be aware of. Shoppers can choose from an additional trim—LE—on top of the existing XLE and Limited trims. In an effort to inform you about key differences and similarities among the 2019 Toyota C-C-HR trims, we have put together this detailed comparison.
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2019 Toyota C-HR trim level comparison
|Wheels||17-inch steel||18-inch Sport alloy||18-inch Sport alloy|
|Entune™ 3.0 Audio||Standard||Standard||Not available|
|Entune™ 3.0 Audio Plus||Not available||Available||Standard|
|Entune™ 3.0 Premium Audio with Dynamic Navigation||Not available||Not available||Available|
|Seat Trim||Sport fabric||Sport fabric||Leather|
|Blind Spot Monitor and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert||Not available||Standard||Standard|
In addition to the elements mentioned in the table, there are a few other minor differences in terms of exterior design and the like. The C-HR Limited also adds LED fog lights, a chrome window trim accent, and a red rear bumper garnish, all of which are not available on the LE and XLE trims.
Similarities between the 2019 C-HR trims
When it comes to similarities between the Toyota C-HR trims, all models share the same coupe high-rider design that bridges the gap between a sporty coupe and attractive crossover. All C-HR trims are equipped with a 144-horsepower, 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine paired to a CVT with intelligence and Shift Mode. Drivers can enjoy an EPA-estimated fuel economy of 27 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway as well as features like remote keyless entry and Toyota Safety Sense P.
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If you’d like to get a better idea of what to expect from the 2019 Toyota C-HR trims, feel free to check out our current C-HR inventory here at Toyota Vacaville and schedule a time to get behind the wheel at your convenience.