13 vehicles within 50 miles of
  • Brown's Toyota of Glen Burnie of Glen Burnie, MD (47 mi)
    Phone: 888-842-0487
    Call Now For Price
    26,591 miles
  • Passport Toyota of Suitland, MD (34 mi)
    Phone: 301-242-9693
    37,288 miles
  • Carvana - Online Shipping
    Phone: 888-804-0827
    31,280 miles
  • CarBridge Auto Motors of Arlington, VA (24 mi)
    Phone: 877-887-9687
    26,317 miles
  • Neil Cumins
    Automotive Editor - August 7, 2018

    2019 Toyota C-HR OVERVIEW

    Launched last year, the C-HR is Toyota’s latest subcompact crossover SUV. An abbreviation of Compact High Rider, every 2019 Toyota C-HR is powered by a 2.0-liter gas engine with front-wheel drive and Toyota’s continuously variable transmission (CVT).

    What's New for 2019

    The C-HR is mostly unchanged for 2019 after debuting last year. Instead of being limited to XLE and XLE Premium models like last year, the 2019 C-HR is available in LE, XLE, and Limited trims. The three trim levels are separated by just over $5,000, from LE to Limited.

    Toyota C-HR

    Choosing Your Toyota C-HR

    Like many SUVs, the 2019 Toyota C-HR is a front-wheel-drive crossover with less than six inches of ground clearance. Every model is powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder gas engine producing 144 horsepower and 139 pound-feet of torque. This is fed to the front wheels through a CVT with manual override. A modest 3,300-pound curb weight helps the C-HR return an EPA-estimated 27 miles per gallon city, 31 mpg highway, and 29 combined.

    As SUV buyers would expect, the C-HR majors on safety. Ten airbags come as standard, including front and rear side curtains plus a driver’s knee ‘bag. Toyota’s pre-collision system features a pedestrian detection system, automatic emergency braking, and steering assistance to prevent lane departures. XLE and Limited models augment this with blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert.


    The LE trim starts at $21,990 (all prices include the $1,045 destination charge). Its low price is thanks in part to cost-cutting materials like 17-inch steel wheels and a urethane steering wheel. At least the shift lever is leather-trimmed and satin-plated, while the front bucket seats are trimmed in sport fabric. Standard equipment also extends to keyless entry, dual zone climate, and heated mirrors. The 8.0-inch touchscreen has Apple CarPlay compatibility, while the stereo is a six-speaker Entune audio system. On the outside, the LE has color-keyed bumpers, door handles, a rear spoiler, and outside mirrors.

    There are no packages available on the LE, which means the options list only comprises aftermarket accessories like all-weather floor liners ($149) and a cargo liner ($109) or door sill protectors ($199). There’s also a choice of Ruby Flare Pearl and Blizzard Pearl paint finishes for $395.


    Costing $24,710, the C-HR XLE brings a number of minor upgrades over the LE. On the outside, there are 18-inch alloy wheels and color-keyed touch-sensor door handles. The heated power outside mirrors have blind-spot monitoring indicators, puddle lights, and auto-folding. The cabin has push-button start and a leather-trimmed steering wheel, while the remote keyless entry system is upgraded to provide illuminated entry. The only option XLE buyers can tick outside of paint color is the Entune Audio Plus package ($685), which combines an upgraded audio system, HD radio, and access to Toyota Connected Services.


    For its $27,440 asking price, the Limited model offers a number of features over and above the XLE’s specifications. This is the only C-HR with rain-sensing wipers and LED fog lights, while Verizon-powered WiFi supports the Toyota Connected Services functions. Heated leather-trimmed bucket seats for the driver and front passenger join leather trim for rear passengers. On the outside, a red rear bumper garnish, chrome window trim accent, and black B-pillar garnish are standard. Again, there are virtually no options available to Limited customers. The Entune Premium Audio package ($1,725) brings satellite navigation to the premium sound system, but that's it outside of paint colors.

    CarsDirect Tip

    The LE trim is likely to be too spartan for many buyers, yet the Limited struggles to justify its $5,000 premium over the cheapest C-HR. The XLE represents a reasonable compromise, making it a good place to start your shopping for a 2019 Toyota C-HR.

    Get your price on a Toyota C-HR »

    Top Toyota Deals & Must-Know Advice In November

    Toyota's incentives see a few enhancements in November. In terms of leasing, Toyota has rolled out some 39-month leases which have made them a particularly good deal. For... View All Toyota Lease Deals


    Find Your New Toyota C-HR On CarsDirect

    Price It New

    Insider Information

    We have information you must know before you buy the C-HR. We want to send it to you, along with other pricing insights.


    I agree to receive emails from CarsDirect. I understand that I can unsubscribe at any time.
    We will not spam you, and will never sell your email. Privacy Policy.

    Thank you. You are now subscribed to our Pricing Insider updates.

    Buying With CarsDirect

    We have partnered with trusted dealers in your area to give you a great price on the new Toyota C-HR.
    This is how it works:

    • We connect you to the Internet Department at a Trusted Dealership.
    • Use the CarsDirect Target Price as a tool in your negotiation.
    • The dealer will help you with financing or leasing, as well as trade-in options.

    Find more information on Toyota vehicles

    Toyota C-HR By Year

    COPYRIGHT 1999-2020 MH Sub I, LLC dba