When the Toyota C-HR launched back in 2016, Toyota gave automotive shoppers a uniquely-styled choice for the very popular subcompact SUV segment. Toyota looks to expand on the appeal of the C-HR with some pleasing upgrades for the 2020 model-year, including styling enhancements, new color options, and new features across the trim lineup.
New Design for the 2020 Toyota C-HR
The 2020 Toyota C-HR has a stylish new look, with a redesigned front fascia, grille, headlights, bumper, and spoiler. The C-HR has compact dimensions, with a 103.9-inch wheelbase and a 172.6-inch length, resulting in excellent agility and maneuverability with driving through curves and around corners and moving into and out of parking spots. The C-HR LE trim has newly standard LED headlights and a newly-available 17-inch alloy wheel design, while the C-HR Limited trim has a new 18-inch alloy wheel design. New color options for the 2020 C-HR include Hot Lava, Supersonic Red, and an R-Code Silver hue for the roof.
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Android Auto for the 2020 Toyota C-HR
Prior to this year, all C-HR models came equipped with Apple CarPlay, which enabled you to seamlessly integrate the features and apps from an iPhone device with the infotainment system in the vehicle. For the 2020 model-year, the C-HR adds Android Auto for seamless integration with an Android smartphone.
Additional New Features for the 2020 Toyota C-HR
In addition to the new design elements and Android Auto, the C-HR offers several other new features across the trim lineup. The C-HR LE trim has a newly-standard three-month trial for SiriusXM All Access Satellite Radio, while the C-HR XLE trim has new windshield visor extensions and seatback pockets. The top-of-the-line C-HR Limited trim upgrades with the Adaptive Front Lighting System and a new 8-way power driver’s seat.