Proving that the Toyota can make a crossover smaller than the RAV4, the Toyota C-HR proves the demand for subcompact crossovers is real and lasting. While not the oldest name in Toyota crossovers by any means, the C-HR came in time to meet the modern world’s demand for tiny cars with lots of cargo space. Now, in 2021, the C-HR has been successful to earn four trims.
One of the trims is brand new for the C-HR lineup, and it brings a lot of style to the crossover. The other three are names Toyota fans are already familiar with. The list below puts the lowest starting MSRP on the top and progresses to the highest starting MSRP. Two highlights are also included to help give you an idea of the kind of benefits there are to buying any particular trim over any other.
|LE||$21,595||Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.5|
8-Inch Touchscreen Display
|$23,630||Blind Spot Monitor and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert|
Puddle Lights with “Toyota C-HR” Projection
|Nightshade Edition||$24,395||Black Roof, Badges, Interior, Door Handles, and Chin Spoiler|
Black Vortex-Styled 18-Inch Sport Alloy Wheels with Black Lug Nuts
|Limited||$26,650||Leather-Trimmed Heated Front Bucket Seats|
High-PerformanceLED Fog Lights
The LE stands out as a trim that will likely attract many drivers thanks to its low price and the budgetary nature of the subcompact crossover class. The Nightshade edition is the newest to enter the lineup, and it will be the favorite of those that like the trend toward blackening car badging and other parts of a car. The Limited is the highest trim, and it features the most technology and other bells and whistles modern drivers crave.