Back when Scion still existed, the brand offered well rounded packages for a reasonable price and the C-HR would have been released under this badge if it hadn’t been axed. While the C-HR has been rebadged as a Toyota, the sporty crossover remains faithful to the Scion pricing and equipment formula as shown in the Japanese automaker’s latest press release
Hitting dealerships next month, the base model C-HR in XLE trim will start from $23,460 including the $960 destination charge. For that price, customers will be getting plenty of standard features
, such as a safety package that includes a pre-collision system, pedestrian detection, lane-departure alert with steering assist, and full-range radar cruise control. That’s in addition to a few creature comforts like the dual-zone climate control, electric parking brake, leather-wrapped steering wheel, auto-dimming rearview mirror with backup camera, front bucket seats, 7-inch infotainment screen, and a set of 18-inch alloy wheels.
One step up is the XLE Premium trim which come in at $25,310 with shipping.
What customers get in addition to the laundry list of standard features are paint matched door handles with touch-sensor lock and unlock capability, front fog lights, power side mirrors with turn signals, blind spot warning indicators, puddle lights, rear cross traffic alert, smart key with push-button start, heated front seats, and more.
There’s only two trims available for the C-HR, but for an extra $500 customers can get the R-Code two-tone model.
It comes with a white painted roof, side mirrors and A-pillar. The R-Code is available with Blue Eclipse Metallic, Ruby Flare Pearl, and model exclusive Radiant Green Mica.
No matter the trim, every vehicle will come with the same naturally aspirated 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine.