When Will the Next-Generation 2018 Toyota C-HR Be Available at Dealerships?
Official 2018 Toyota C-HR Release Date and Trim Levels
Automotive enthusiasts are always on the look out for the latest and the greatest. Toyota engineers have delivered with the debut of the 2018 Toyota C-HR at the recent Los Angeles Auto Show. An athletic new addition to the Toyota model lineup, the Toyota C-HR crossover provides car shoppers with a next-generation style and design that is sure to turn heads. Delve deeper into the highly-anticipated arrival of the Toyota C-HR at Riverview Toyota with this breakdown of the official 2018 Toyota C-HR release date and trim levels.
When Will the 2018 Toyota C-HR Go On Sale?
Expected to go on sale at Riverview Toyota late in 2017, the 2018 Toyota C-HR possesses a sleek style, wide stance and athletic personality that drivers will come to love. Available in two fully-loaded trim levels — Toyota C-HR XLE and XLE Premium — the Toyota crossover will play host to many of your favorite features. Prices for the 2018 Toyota C-HR have not yet been released and will be available closer to its arrival in 2017.
2018 Toyota C-HR Design, Specs and Features
Built on Toyota’s New Global Architecture, the Toyota C-HR promises an energetic and athletic ride. A signature diamond theme permeates the Toyota C-HR style and is most evident when you see the new crossover in profile. Short for “Coupe High-Rider”, the Toyota C-HR provides an elevated seating position, muscular design and low center of gravity that enhance style and driving dynamics. Key style cues of the Toyota C-HR include 18-inch aluminum alloy wheels, slim projector-beam headlights, a bold front end, a hatchback design with 3D taillights and a striking rear spoiler.
When you get behind the wheel of the Toyota C-HR, you will be embraced by a driver-focused cockpit that is loaded with innovative technology. A vivid Toyota Entune seven-inch touchscreen display takes center stage in the Toyota C-HR cabin and promises to keep you connected. All Toyota C-HR trim levels will incorporate Toyota Safety Sense collision-prevention systems. Standard Toyota C-HR XLE features include dual-zone climate control, a leather steering wheel, an integrated backup camera and 4.2-inch color TFT display. An upgrade to the XLE Premium trim level adds heated front seats, Toyota Smart Key with push button start and more.
An athletic style, stance and design is complemented by an energetic, fun-to-drive power platform. Under the hood, the 2018 Toyota C-HR is equipped with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that yields 144 horsepower and 139 pound-feet of torque. Married to a responsive continuously variable transmission, the Toyota C-HR promises frugal fuel-economy ratings that have not yet been released. Toyota C-HR models amplify performance with a Sport Mode and Manual Shift Mode that will improve acceleration and handling.