2018 Toyota C-HR Release Date and Specs
The all-new 2018 Toyota C-HR, or Coupe High-Rider, represents a leap forward in design, manufacturing, and engineering for Toyota. The release date for the 2018 C-HR is set for spring 2017, and the compact crossover is expected to service as a solid springboard of excitement, adventure, and pride for its owners. Continue reading for the 2018 Toyota C-HR specs.
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2018 Toyota C-HR Interior
The 2018 C-HR features a modern, spacious interior with diamond accents, soft-touch materials, and a driver-centric orientation. The 7” audio display is positioned centrally atop the angled dash to help reduce driver’s eye movements, and an informative twin-ring gauge cluster sits behind the leather-wrapped multi-function steering wheel. A 4.2” color Multi-Information Display sits between the twin-ring cluster.
Some of the 2018 C-HR’s standard features include a premium leather steering wheel, power fold and heated mirrors, an auto-dimming rearview mirror with backup camera, an electric parking brake, and dual-zone climate control. The higher trim level adds Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross Traffic Alert, heated front seats, side mirrors with puddle lamps that project “Toyota C-HR”, fog lamps, and Smart Key with push-button start. The rear seat splits 60/40 and folds flat.
2018 Toyota C-HR Performance Specs
The 2018 C-HR is equipped with a fun-to-drive 2.0L four-cylinder engine that produces 144 horsepower and 140 lb-ft of torque. The engine uses advanced technologies to enhance fuel economy and optimize performance. The engine is mated to an all-new continuously variable transmission, which enhances fuel economy and acceleration. Sport mode with the simulated 7-speed Sequential Shiftmatic offers an enhanced, sporty drive.