Where to find a uniquely-styled Toyota?

Where to find a uniquely-styled Toyota?

Its wild styling, coupe-like body, and bright exterior-color choices will earn the 2020 Toyota C-HR plenty of admiring looks, and from behind the wheel, Toyota’s smallest SUV still packs a mean punch! If you are looking for a new vehicle with a unique look that breaks the mold, then the new Toyota C-HR could be of interest to you. Available at our Orangeville Toyota dealership in Orangeville, ON, our customers can come in and check out the Toyota C-HR whenever they feel like it. Toyota’s smallest SUV receives a light styling refresh for 2020 in the form of an updated front bumper, grille, and headlamps, as well as new wheel designs. For information about where you can find a uniquely-styled Toyota vehicle, you have come to the right place. In this blog, we share some information about the new Toyota C-HR. 

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Available in XLE Premium and Limited Packages 

Choose the XLE Premium package and raise your game with features like 18” alloy wheels, Smart Key with Push Button Start, heated leather steering wheel and heated seats, power-folding heated mirrors, and elevated peace of mind, with Blind Spot monitor with rear cross-traffic alert. Or, go all the way with the Limited package, that welcomes you with the rich comfort of leather-wrapped seats and adds the thoughtful convenience of ambient lighting, auto-levelling headlamps, and adaptive front lighting system, and sporty fog lamps.

A very comfortable and flexible interior experience

Who said you have to sacrifice comfort for style? Standard on XLE Premium and Limited, front seats are heated, with power lumbar support for the driver. The Limited Package adds leather. All models feature rear seats that split 60/40 for extra cargo space, with a tonneau cover to keep valuables hidden. The telescopic steering wheel comes outfitted with audio controls and phone capability and is available with leather wrapping. While the piano black trim on the dash helps to set off the standard 8” touchscreen. New for 2020, two additional interior colour combinations, black and blue fabric seats for the XLE Premium, and beige headliner on the Limited.

Optimal performance for Toyotas smallest SUV 

C-HR’s engine is an excitable 144-hp, 2.0L, 4-cyl VALVEMATIC with a continuously variable transmission. Even at a standstill, C-HR makes its presence known, but once the engine turns on, so does the fun. On C-HR, “fun-to-drive” includes your choice of drive. Sport mode allows you to engage a simulated 7-speed sequential Shiftmatic transmission and maintains high engine speed while enhancing acceleration. Front and rear discs work alongside an Anti-lock braking system, braking assist, and electronic brake-force distribution to help you maintain control in emergency braking situations. C-HR’s Brake Hold feature keeps the brakes engaged even when you take your foot off of the pedal. When the light turns green, simply press on the gas pedal and the C-HR will disengage the brakes and accelerate as usual.

If you are looking for a new vehicle, but you want to go off the board and choose something different looking, then a Toyota C-HR could be the right fit. This unique-styled Toyota SUV can be seen, and tested, at our Orangeville Toyota dealership in Orangeville, ON! We encourage you to continue browsing through our website for more information. 

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