The forthcoming 2021 Toyota C-HR is a subcompact crossover that is available in the United States. It still rides on its first-generation introduces in 2018. Toyota still didn’t provide any significant upgrades. Whatsoever, Japanese manufacturer will continue in the same manner in 2021. Knowing that C-HR crossover will mostly remain.
Only a couple of visual revisions and interior updates will happen. The 2021 C-HR comes with solid performances, excellent safety ratings, and fuel efficiency. On the other hand, it is one of a few crossovers in the segment that doesn’t offer an all-wheel-drive system.
Attractive Exterior Design
The all-new 2021 Toyota C-HR comes with minor exterior upgrades. The new model will get a couple of subtle modifications to the bumpers and the doors. The rest of the vehicle will largely remain. However, C-HR is a relatively fresh model that still rides on its first generation. For that reason, Japanese manufacturer feels there is no need for significant moves at the moment.
The subcompact crossover looks very sharp and modern. We like the triangular shapes all around and generally, C-HR looks incredible. It comes with a coupe-like rear design, and its features are looking very modern. If you are looking for an attractive crossover and small dimensions, look no further.
Interior Lacks Space
The same story continues on the inside. The 2021 Toyota C-HR will get minor improvements. That includes the latest technology updates and new optional driver-assistance aids. The rest of the interior largely remains. Everything from the cabin design to the layout is a carryover.
A list of standard equipment is functional and safety rating is also satisfying. The subcompact crossover lacked Android Auto, but the 2020 model finally get this feature. Apple CarPlay is in the offer since the beginning. Interior space is compromised, but the comfort is truly exceptional.
2021 C-HR Engine Specs, CVT Transmission, MPG
Currently, the subcompact crossover is using a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. The approaching 2021 Toyota C-HR will also run on the same powerplant. Small four-cylinder is capable of producing 144 hp and 139 lb-ft of torque. It comes with a continuously variable automatic transmission. Furthermore, Sport mode allows you to mimic manual shifts.
Unfortunately, C-HR is one of a few models in the segment that aren’t offering an all-wheel-drive system. In terms of fuel economy, C-HR is an efficient crossover. On the other hand, numerous competitors in the segment are offering better figures. The 2021 CH-R delivers 27 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway.
We already mentioned the C-HR competition a couple of times. The upcoming 2021 Toyota C-HR is a subcompact crossover with an attractive design and excellent ride quality. However, this model is still behind its rivals in so many categories.
For instance, Mazda CX-3 and Nissan Kicks are offering better fuel economy figures. Moreover, Jeep Renegade and Subaru Crosstrek are the models with off-road abilities. Furthermore, Honda HR-V and Kia Soul are offering more interior room, and Hyundai Kona comes with an electric powertrain.
2021 Toyota C-HR Price and Release Date
The new model is available in base LE, XLE, and range-topping Limited trim levels. The new 2021 Toyota C-HR will start at $22,000. The Limited model will cost over $27,000. The price is affordable, and the sales will begin in the second half of 2020.