Choose a generation of Toyota C-HR from the list below to view their respective versions. Тo check out further technical specifications (like engine power, dimensions, weight, fuel consumption, etc.), please select one of the versions.
What is the difference between Toyota CHR XLE and XLE Premium?
Toyata C-HR is now offered in only two trim levels – XLE and XLE Premium. Actually the XLE trim represents the base level, which in this case includes pretty much features: power locks, windows and mirrors, as well as keyless entry, air conditioning, and cruise control. While the XLE Premium is the highest possible level and there’s not a big difference in price and features for the C-HR model. In the XLE Premium are included: special seats and upholstery, few styling cues, blind spot monitor, cross traffic alerts and parking brake system. No optional packages are available for the CHR, so nor of the trim levels can be upgraded. The customer has only the option to choose one of the two.
What does Toyota CHR stand for?
According to the Japanese carmaker C-HR stands for Coupe High-Rider. In the automotive world was spread the rumors that C-HR abbreviation could something like Compact High Rider or Cross Hatch Run-about, but on 28 September 2016, Toyota officially announced that C-HR stand for Coupe High-Rider and embodies the fact that their new vehicle is a part of the subcompact crossover SUV segment.