You like it cool. But your friend likes it warm. Well, with Toyota C-HR’s standard dual zone automatic climate control system, you both can have it your way and ride in total comfort.
You can use the toggle switch to manually activate Toyota C-HR’s standard Electric Parking Brake, or set it to automatically engage/release the parking brake as you park. This system also includes the convenient Brake Hold feature. Turn it on with the push of a button, and when your foot is on the brake pedal and the vehicle is fully stopped, the feature holds the brake until you press on the accelerator.
Toyota C-HR’s rear hatch opens up to reveal a large cargo space36 ready to help you transport all your favorite things. And with the standard 60/40 split rear seats, you can carry more than before.
Inside the gauge cluster is Toyota C-HR’s standard 4.2-in. TFT Multi-Information Display, designed to give you all of your go-to information at a glance. See your average fuel economy, outside temperature, driving modes and G-Force Monitor.
Front and center on Toyota C-HR’s dash is the 8-in. audio display. Here, the touch-screen not only lets you access and control your Entune™ 3.04 Audio, App Suite4 and Apple CarPlay®7 from your compatible iPhone®44 — this integrated color display unit will also show what your standard backup camera3 detects behind you.
Toyota C-HR’s sport front bucket seats come with an available heating feature that helps you stay cozy when the temperature starts to drop.
Toyota C-HR’s innovative MacPherson strut front suspension has angled strut bearings and a large-diameter stabilizer bar to help the front end respond quickly and precisely, so you can take on those corners like a pro. And at the rear, the multi-link suspension utilizes shock absorbers to help C-HR deliver a comfortable ride when cruising through the city
Transforming Toyota C-HR’s horsepower into forward motion is an advanced Continuously Variable Transmission with intelligence and Shift Mode (CVTi-S). Put it in “D,” and it does all the work, giving you a smooth and efficient drive. And for those times when you want to take more control, its Sequential Shiftmatic™ Mode lets you manually shift between seven virtual gears.
Sport Mode unleashes Toyota C-HR’s sporty side. Inspired by race cars, this smart tech sharpens the throttle for lively acceleration. Just step on the gas and get ready for some thrills.
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Toyota hasn’t made any mechanical changes to the C-HR. Power still comes from a naturally ... most of the C-HR’s competitors are available with it. The gasoline-electric hybrid powertrain available overseas still isn’t available in America.