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This is a topic people in tropical regions won't have to worry about too much, but living with winter season we must switch to winter tires during cold season.
Some prefer to let someone else do the work, but I think it would take more time just driving to a workshop to get it done than do it myself in my garage.
So, the question is: does C-HR come with a car jack, if it does, it is specific for the car?

The jack for my prius is made to fit the chassi steel T-beam with a cut out "U" shape, it would be too weak for the C-HR anyway.
 

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The car jack is under the carpet of the hatch on the right side of the tire. I have not looked at mine but I would guess that it is also a U shape jack end. I have a light weight floor jack from Harbor Freight and a U channel jack adapter I got from Amazon that I use to jack up all of my Toyota's.
 

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Here a picture of genuine car jack for C-HR. Its has no U-shape on top.
Spare wheel kit is optional here. Original is compressor and spraycan.



Partnumbers:
09111-F4010 - Jack
09113-F4010 - Jack handle
 

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Yep. I've never owned a Toyota before, this is my first. I jacked up the car to put on the mud flaps and if I recall, the jack had a cup shaped insert that fits into a protrusion at the front or rear center. Never owned a vehicle were you had to raise either the entire front or the entire rear... But that is how the US version is built...
 
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