Seems like its going to be an expensive process to make that conversion happen. Think we might be better off waiting to see what kind of aftermarket knock off kits we get here in North America. I know they likely wont be the same JDM quality..
Anyone looking for the cheapest way around this should consider getting just a front splitter and side splitters. Buy them universal and trim to fit. For a lot of people this achieves the right amount of sportiness.
Hopefully Toyota transitions towards a universal platform for the C-HR in the future. I can understand not offering the manual here in the U.S, but there is little reason to change the body style across regions.
So it seems like the USDM bumper is different than the rest of the global market; Europe, Japan, etc.
Looking at pictures, the only difference is the lower grill portion. Does anyone know if this is true or if there are other differences than just the lower grill? Are the fog light brackets...
For my Canadian Owners, I am located in GTA and selling a bunch of parts I collected since I need the cash!
Other then my wheels and springs from my other post, I also have a spoiler, mud flaps and fender flares.
Fender Flares - not authentic but modelled after the TRD version...
Can the body kit for a 2018 chr fit on a 2020 chr? My friend has 2018 chr, but looking at her own car, to be it's like the side and rear are the same. So I'm just wondering. Can someone give me some info in that?
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