If you don't need family-style practicality and don't mind shifting gears yourself, the manual version of Toyota's stylish C-HR is a fun and affordable compact SUV. The C-HR LE is equipped as standard with 17-inch steel wheels with hubcaps, and a polyurethane steering wheel, as well as an eight-inch display with Apple CarPlay connectivity. If you pay $2,035 extra (without DPH) for the XLE trim, you'll get systems such as Blind Spot Monitor and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, as well as features like auto-folding side mirrors with puddle lamps, piano black upper console and switch base, keyless engine start, and more.
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Toyota has created three distinctive trim levels for the 2019 C-HR for drivers to choose