New 2019 Silver LE owner.
Been lurking for a couple of weeks now. Figured I would finally register and introduce myself. Got my 2019 Silver LE a couple of weeks ago. Been researching on various aspects of the C-HR on this forum and others. Learned quite a few things. There are many things I like and some things I don't like about the car.
The Entune 3.0 system from what I gather is much better than the system which was put into the 2018 cars. But the Entune 3.0 system leaves a lot to be desired. The overly aggressive in motion lockout is absolutely ridiculous. The fact there is no Android Auto is also a travesty. Having only one USB port and one 12V accessory outlet is also a bit of a mystery to me. The range till empty is ridiculous. I can't believe the Toyota engineers couldn't figure out how to calculate the range till empty is beyond me. LED or HID headlights should have been at least an option on these cars. And the engine which is in the 2019 Corolla Hatchback should have been put into this car.
On the plus side, the handling is pretty good. At least this aspect will make driving this car as a daily driver more of a joy as this car is replacing the 2013 BMW 135i as my new daily driver; allowing me to relegate the 135i as a weekend/fun car. There is a decent amount of features I was surprised that has been included in these cars and even more so with my base LE model. The sound quality of the sound system is pretty decent. While it doesn't compare to the upgraded stereo system I have in my 135i which has Focal speakers and subs along with a Audiotec Fischer Match PP82DSP with a specific DSP profile made for my car, the C-HR sound system is good enough were I don't desire to change anything except for the reasons I stated above.
I've already performed my first mod on the car and installed HIDs from Xenon Depot. Plan on doing some other minor upgrades such as a tow hitch, mud flaps, and installing the OEM fog lights.