The 2021 Toyota C-HR is a good compromise on size for someone looking for something larger than a sedan but without the bulky maneuverability of a larger SUV. This model also has an affordable price, especially by SUV standards. It starts out at $21,445. Below, we have information on the trim levels, convenience features, entertainment technology, and performance and handling of the 2021 Toyota C-HR. Keep reading to learn more about this model.
What’s more convenient than everybody getting their own way? That’s the goal of dual-zone climate control, which allows you to set different temperatures and air-flow settings for the two separate zones of your vehicle. A 60/40 split rear seat is another great convenience feature that allows you to take advantage of as much cargo space as possible. Riding with only three passengers total? Then you can fold down the other two seats for more luggage space.
The 2021 Toyota C-HR has it all in terms of modern automobile entertainment technology. Of course, that includes being integrated with popular smartphone brands. If you have an Apple or Android phone, you will be able to connect your phone to the vehicle's 8-inch touch-screen multimedia system. This allows you to access your applications on the big screen, perfect for streaming audio or podcasts through your vehicle’s speakers, among other options.
Balancing power with efficiency is the motto of the 2021 Toyota C-HR. It has an EPA-estimated fuel economy rating of 27 mpg when driving in the city and 31 mpg when cruising on the highway. That’s impressive for a sporty model with a kick. The 2021 Toyota C-HR features an advanced Continuously Variable Transmission with intelligence and Shift Mode. The Sequential Shiftmatic Mode allows you to drive your 2021 Toyota C-HR manually when you want more control of its gears and a greater sense of connection with your vehicle.