2018 Toyota C-HR Laurel MS


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New 2018 Toyota C-HR at Kim's Toyota for Meridian, MS

Let me introduce you to one of Toyota's newest vehicles for 2018, the Toyota C-HR. The C-HR name is short for Coupe High-Rider, which appropriately describes this subcompact crossover. The C-HR has a progressive design displaying modernity and athleticism. With its prominent exterior lines, aerodynamic rear spoiler, and its near-hidden raised rear door handles, the C-HR is sure to turn heads on the road. Toyota has equipped every C-HR with Toyota Safety Sense, a technology safety suite that includes four major advanced safety features. Finally, the Toyota C-HR boasts a European race circuit-tested suspension, steering and braking system that offers a sporty, nimble ride. If this vehicle sounds intriguing, keep reading to learn more about it!

Under the C-HR's Hood

The C-HR's power comes from a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that generates 144 horsepower at 6,100 rpm and 139 lb-ft of torque at 3,900 rpm. The vehicle is front-wheel drive, which works with a continuously variable transmission that has a shift mode. The shift mode has a Sport button that allows the driver to experience a more responsive throttle and a higher engine speed. The C-HR is designed to reduce exhaust emissions with its catalyst-warming component that operates earlier during the engine's ignition cycle. Fuel economy for the C-HR is estimated at 29 mpg combined. The vehicle has a newly developed strut front suspension and a rear double-wishbone suspension, which helps create a smooth and agile ride. To perfect the athleticism of the C-HR, engineers designed and then tested the vehicle's platform on a racing route in Germany's Eifel mountains. This resulted in a platform that has low weight, high strength and a low center-of-gravity, a perfect combination for optimal handling.

Design of Toyota C-HR

The C-HR's design on the exterior and interior is inspired by the diamond. With more prominently cut lines in the body and diamond accented surfaces on the interior, the C-HR subtly highlights this theme. The lighting on the exterior is unique in that it has projector-beam halogen headlights with LED daytime running lights carved further back into its front quarter panels. Toyota also offers the C-HR in unique paint colors paired with a white roof to add personality and artsy flair. Color choices include Blue Eclipse Metallic, Ruby Flare Pearl, and Radiant Green Mica. The standard features on the base trim XLE feel classy and are numerous. Some of these include: bucket seats, a leather-coated steering wheel, a rearview mirror with an integrated backup camera, dual-zone automatic climate control, an electric parking brake, a six-speaker sound system, Bluetooth, a USB port with Ipod connectivity, and more. Moving up to the XLE Premium trim adds heated seats, an eight-way power adjustable driver's seat, fog lights, remote entry with push button start, auto-folding mirrors, and more driver aid features. Furthermore, the C-HR has added two features that are newly introduced by Toyota-Driver Distraction Secure Audio and the Brake Hold Function. The first feature disables the multimedia options while the vehicle is in motion to prevent driver distraction. The latter feature maintains brake pressure when the vehicle is stopped. The driver can actually remove his/her foot from the brake pedal while stopped. When the driver pushes the accelerator, the brake pressure releases automatically. Finally, the C-HR boasts ample cargo space due to its hatchback design. It has 36.4 cubic feet of cargo space when the rear seats are folded down.

Does the Toyota C-HR come in any unique colors?

Yes! The C-HR offers these unique paint colors paired with a white roof: Blue Eclipse Metallic, Ruby Flare Pearl, and Radiant Green Mica.

What type of car is the C-HR and how many passengers does it seat?

The Toyota C-HR is a four-door subcompact crossover that seats five passengers.

Do you sell Toyota parts?

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Conclusions

As mentioned earlier, the 2018 Toyota C-HR comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense. This bundle includes forward collision warning with pedestrian detection, lane departure warning with steering assist, automatic high beams, and radar cruise control with full stop. The XLE Premium trim also adds blind spot monitoring and rear cross traffic alert. With all these hi-tech safety features, the C-HR is sure to keep you safe on the road. The C-HR is a well-engineered and sleek subcompact crossover that offers an exceptional ride. It is available now at Kim's Toyota, so come down to test-drive today!

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