I bought one from Amazon Japan, and it couldn't work. Perhaps the BCM of North America version is different from European and Japanese version. :crying::crying::crying:No. The C-HR in Europe does not have a anti-carjacking system. You need to lock/unlock the doors yourself.
There are aftermarket OBD Canbus units for sale with autolock system.
Not sure about the regulations in Europe, but in my hometown Taiwan, it is not allowed unless it equipped with automatic unlock after a collision.I wonder why did Toyota remove this function from the European models. Is there any government regulations about automatic door locks?
There is NOT an option for the doors to auto lock once the engine is started and shifted in gear. Unfortunately, Toyota with their infamous wisdom (Duh!!) took this option out on the CHR. Kinda like the Range calculator being completely, totally, horribly WRONG, but Toyota claims it is correct.
Did you do any research before buying the C-HR? So far all the posts I've seen from you have been negative about the C-HR. From the range being wrong (which is a COMPLETE non issue IMO) to now the doors don't lock automatically? It's a pretty easy process... Get in, start the car, put it in drive, and lock the doors with the press of a button.Have already called the techs at Toyota and the doors on the CHR do NOT auto lock. They claim the unlocking of only the drivers door at entry is better than auto lock. Why don't they let us determine what we want and do not want.