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The C-HR starting price is set at $23,460 including the $960 destination charge and will be hitting a dealership near you sometime next month.

The XLE premium spec can be had for $25,310 and that adds quite the amount of upgrades. So if your up for some fancy knick-knacks, you may want to bat your ears towards that.

Standard features on the XLE include:
ACC
AEB
Dual zone climate control
Electronic parking brake
Leather steering wheel
Auto dimming rearview mirror with reverse cam
Bucket seats
7 inch infotainment display
18" wheels

Only one engine option is available like mentioned before. That option will be:

2.0L four cylinder (3ZR-FAE)
Naturally aspirated
144hp and 139lb-ft of torque
FWD with CVT
 

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For the added upgrades the XLE Premium gets, an extra ~$2k really isn't that bad at all and won't be super noticeable when thrown into financing. Can't see why I wouldn't go with it and you get the fog lights too which I feel are crucial to the front end design.
 

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For the added upgrades the XLE Premium gets, an extra ~$2k really isn't that bad at all and won't be super noticeable when thrown into financing. Can't see why I wouldn't go with it and you get the fog lights too which I feel are crucial to the front end design.
Absolutely... nothing looks more 'cheaped out' on any vehicle than the blank spots where fog lights would've, should've been!
 

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I agree with the both of you. I remember there was a reviewer who said the same thing. Without the fog lights and the fancy add on tid-bits, it just isn't the same and doesn't carry the same look to it. Kind of a necessity. But I can see why someone would go with the XLE regular trim if they were aiming to go for the TRD body kit or the other one because that changes the whole front bumper and adds LED DRLs there.
 

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Toyota did well in pricing the CHR, at a couple thousand more than the Renegade, even without looking at features and digging that deep, the CH-R is that much easier to consider. I rather pay the extra $2k to go Toyota and have more confidence in the product. People are still skeptical about jeep.
 

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Toyota did well in pricing the CHR, at a couple thousand more than the Renegade, even without looking at features and digging that deep, the CH-R is that much easier to consider. I rather pay the extra $2k to go Toyota and have more confidence in the product. People are still skeptical about jeep.



This will be my first Toyota, but have always acknowledged their reputation for quality! Last year, I was all gung ho on buying a Mazda CX-3...until I learned from the forums about the not very well configured layout of the center armrest covering up the cupholders when in use and minimal storage space up front...I knew I couldn't deal with that! The happy ending is that the awesome C-HR came along!:cool:
 

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Well there's confidence thing and the Renegade is just hideous in my opinion. Jeep has been very iffy with their products for a little bit and I have a few friends with Jeep products that are kinda pushing me away from it anyways.
 
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