The brand new Toyota C-HR will get you noticed around the city. The innovative unique crossover looks unlike anything Toyota has ever made available and is different from the rest of the crossovers currently on the market. With its eye-catching design, be ready to travel in style anywhere you go.
To celebrate the launch of the C-HR, Toyota on the Trail is hosting an exclusive event this Saturday, May 27, 2017. Come in and see one of the most anticipated vehicles at the moment. There will also be a photo contest you can enter for a chance to win a $250 prepaid VISA gift card!
How do you enter?
- Visit us at Toyota on the Trail this Saturday, May 27, 2017.
- Take a photo of you holding the shopping bags in front of the C-HR.
- Share the photo to our Facebook page (@toyotaonthetrail) to be entered!
- One entry per individual.
- Winner will be randomly drawn on Monday, May 29. Winner will be notified privately.
- Employees are excluded.
Ready to take one for a test drive? Book online today!
There is a lot to be excited about when it comes to the future of the Toyota lineup right now. Not only will there be an all-new 2018 Toyota Camry in just a few months, but Toyota’s brand-new subcompact crossover will be available as well. To this point, many specifications and features have remained close to the vest, but we’ve got a couple key pieces of information available now that we’d love to share.
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“The Toyota C-HR is already generating buzz for its avant-garde physique, its modern yet comfortable cabin, and its bold, outgoing performance. And with a suggested price that’s impressive for a vehicle so well equipped, we expect the new C-HR to find a home in many Canadian driveways when it goes on sale this spring.”
– Cyril Dimitris, Vice President, Toyota Canada Inc.
When it comes to the manufacturer’s suggest retail price, the standard 2018 Toyota C-HR XLE will start out at $24,690. That price includes tons of great features like Bluetooth connectivity, voice recognition, dual-zone automatic climate control, 17” alloy wheels and much more. Obviously the price will go up if you get premium add-ons or packages. For instance, adding the Premium Package itself will raise the MSRP to $26,290. The Premium Package adds things like larger wheels, the Toyota Smart Key System, and power folding mirrors.
Perhaps the most important specification of any vehicle on the market today: fuel efficiency. Toyota’s new subcompact crossover will be powered by a nice 2.0L four-cylinder engine, and we’ve finally got the fuel efficiency specifications. When driving through city streets, the C-HR will utilize just 8.7 litres of fuel to go 100 kilometres. Hop on the highway, and that improves to just 7.5 l/100km.
If you think you might be interested in the upcoming 2018 Toyota C-HR, be sure to keep checking back for more information on when it will officially become available, or give us a call to reserve yours today.
The brand-new 2018 Toyota C-HR is one of the most exciting upcoming vehicles in recent memory. We’ve still got quite a few months before it will become available here in Canada, but we thought you might want to get a closer look at the beautifully unique crossover. So we create a photo gallery containing all of the pictures Toyota has made available thus far. Be sure to check back for more information about the wonderful vehicle as time goes by!
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2018 Toyota C-HR Canadian Release Date
One of the few vehicles that Toyota decided to keep around after discontinuing the Scion brand was the C-HR concept, a concept that originated as a Toyota before transitioning to the Scion brand at the LA Auto Show last year. Now, we’ve gotten our first official look at the new, innovative crossover at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show, and we can’t get enough. We expect it to be released here in Canada late next year, considering the 2018 designation, and we cannot wait.
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“Say hello to the all-new 2018 Toyota C-HR – a compact crossover that is unrivalled in its breathtaking design, impressive performance and Toyota Safety Sense technology. As you can see, the C-HR is a bold exercise in design. It looks like nothing we’ve ever created and ushers in a new era of Toyota style. For all of us that’s a point of pride and excitement that will attract fashion-forward consumers.”
– Bill Fay, Group Vice President & General Manager, Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.
Early Details on Specs, Features & Design
Without a doubt, the C-HR is one of the most innovative and boldly-designed vehicles we’ve ever seen from Toyota. We weren’t sure that the production model would wind up looking anything like the original concept, considering how out of the box it is. But we’re happy to see that Toyota has taken a chance on the Coupe High-Rider. Available in XLE and XLE Premium trim levels, each grade is outfitted with a host of great features – from the 17” alloy wheels, to dual-zone climate control, to comfortable bucket seating all the way to the Toyota Safety Sense P package.
At this point, most of the things we know about the C-HR are in regards to its exterior design and cabin. But we also know what’s going to power the sporty crossover – a 2.0L 4-cylinder engine capable of doling out 144 horsepower alongside 139 pound-feet of torque. Mixed with a continuously variable transmission, the C-HR will give drivers a sporty experience every time they get behind the wheel.
We’ll be sure to keep you updated with more and more information as it becomes available regarding the 2018 Toyota C-HR, as well as an exact release date for here in Canada.
2017 Toyota C-HR Canadian Release Date
While we haven’t covered it much here on the Toyota on the Trail blogs, if you followed the Drive Wheaton blog at all you would know what a roller coaster the C-HR concept has been through. Originally depicted as a Toyota concept car, it was then taken over by Scion and introduced as the next production vehicle the brand would unveil. Now with Scion being discontinued, the exciting crossover concept has reverted to its original brand, and will have a set 2017 Toyota C-HR Canadian release date later this year!
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“We have already announced that a production model of the C-HR is coming this year – and since we know it will have widespread appeal, we will brand it as a Toyota. We’re delighted to give Canadian drivers their first look at the Toyota C-HR concept at the Salon international de l‘auto de Québec. With a compelling combination of driving dynamics and functionality, we’re confident that the C-HR will become an iconic vehicle in the Toyota lineup,” stated the Vice President of Toyota Canada Inc., Cyril Dimitris.
What We Know about the 2017 Toyota C-HR
The C-HR is one of the most unique- and innovative-looking vehicles we’ve ever seen, and we cannot wait for our chance to get inside the compact, high-ride height crossover to experience it for ourselves. Little is known about it at this point aside from its exterior aesthetic, and some of its interior design as well. The cabin, for instance, took inspiration from a sheer-sided diamond.
The exterior on the other hand features graphite-black accents in various places around the vehicle, like the grille, rear bumper, the flares on the fender and even the lower side panels. Additionally, the roof adopts a piano black coloring regardless of the exterior color, which in the case of the concept is a dark red. 21” wheels not only add to the imposing stature, but also help with the high ride height, and the unique wheel design adds to the innovative diamond-like design.
As more information about the 2017 Toyota C-HR, the concept that is debuting this week in Québec, and the vehicle’s official Canadian release date becomes available, we’ll be sure to fill you in right here on the Toyota on the Trail blog.