The most polarizing and smallest Toyota crossover - C-HR has received an adjustment in its price and also welcomed a new entry-level version. Accordingly, the new base-level Toyota C-HR LE 2019 version will be priced at $21,990 consisting of $1,045 destination fee. With this new price tag, the LE version is $1,505 cheaper than its predecessor - the XLE. This will bring the C-HR 2019 nearer the price level of the Honda HR-V which is $525 cheaper.
The new base-level Toyota C-HR LE 2019 version will be priced at $21,990 consisting of $1,045 destination fee
However, the new variant is equipped with fewer features than the previous unit. The Toyota C-HR LE 2019 will get only 17’’ steel rims without blind spot monitors. It color options now doesn’t have the black/white roof and new Blue Flame choices.
Still, it will be armed with Toyota Safety Sense P including newest variant of Entune 3.0’’ infotainment system, lane departure warning, auto-high beams, adaptive cruise control and automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection.
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The new variant is equipped with fewer features than the previous unit
So now, the base-level Toyota C-HR LE 2019 comes more affordable for many purchasers but adding some features into the car will require a more generous payment with an increase by $24,025. With this sum of money, you will get a smart key, puddle illumination, auto-folding mirrors, lighted vanity mirrors and 18-inch wheels.
Meanwhile, the Limited version comes more sizable with a price tag of $27,045. It has available rain-sensing wipers, brown or black leather seats, seat back pockets and a greater Entune 3.0 Premium. The Limited version will get some touches to make it different from the Honda CR-V like a “red bumper garnish”, piano black B-pillars and chrome window accents.
Still, the new base version will be armed with Toyota Safety Sense P including newest variant of Entune 3.0’’ infotainment system
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