Toyota of Goldsboro Answers Your Questions about the 2018 Toyota C-HR

September 20th, 2017 by

At our dealership, we’ve seen a lot of interest in the 2018 Toyota C-HR. Here are the questions that people have been asking us. Once you know more, schedule a test drive at this Toyota of Goldsboro dealer serving Goldsboro NC.

Is the C-HR affordable to drive?

The C-HR is the least expensive of the Toyota SUV lineup. You can enjoy low operating costs with two years of free maintenance. For the long haul, the vehicle has good fuel economy. EPA estimates 27 mpg city and 31 mpg highway. That’s 29 mpg combined for this spacious ride.

How much utility can you expect?

This ute has a 19-cu.ft. hold with a standard cargo cover. It can expand to 36 cu.ft. when the seats are folded. It can handle up to 835 pounds of people and cargo.

Why are there just two trim levels?
The XLE packs so many features that only one more level is needed. On the XLE, you get dual-zone climate controls, a 4.2-inch MID display, a multi-function steering wheel, sport bucket seats, a split rear seat, a seven-inch touchscreen and HD radio. XLE Premium editions add a Sport fabric to specially bolstered chairs. It adds Push Button Start and the easy entry Smart Key system. You can get a white roof and white side mirrors to spice up the exterior.

How safe is it?
The SUV has a pre-collision autobrake system for traffic dangers and pedestrians. It also has a lane assist to correct accidental departures. The blind spot monitor helps you avoid side swipes. Dynamic cruise control regulates your travel. Ten airbags are ready just in case.

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