Photo of 2018 CH-R courtesy of Toyota.
Toyota will offer its 2017 C-HR subcompact SUV in two trim grades that will retail for at least $23,460 when it goes on sale in April.
The C-HR, which stands for Coupe High-Rider even though it has four doors, will arrive in two grades, including the XLE and XLE Premium. The vehicle will include the Toyota Safety System P (TSS-P) as standard equipment. The safety package includes a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, automatic braking, dynamic radar-based cruise control, lane departure alert with steering assist, and automatic high beams.
The XLE will retail for $23,460, and the XLE Premium will sell for $25,310.
Toyota’s 36-month or 36,000-mile warranty applies to components other than normal wear and maintenance items. Additional 60-month warranties cover the powertrain for 60,000 miles and corrosion with no mileage limitation.
The C-HR also comes standard with Toyota Care, a complimentary plan covering factory-scheduled maintenance and 24-hour roadside assistance for two years or 25,000 miles.