Android Auto is newly standard, and a few additional colors join the palette.By JOEY CAPPARELLA OCT 1, 2019
- Toyota‘s tiny C-HR crossover is getting a facelift for 2020.
- The front end looks a little bit different and there are new wheel designs, and a few new features join the equipment list, including Android Auto.
- Pricing goes up by $150 across the board, and the 2020 C-HR is on sale now.
The Toyota C-HR prides itself on its extroverted styling, and it’s getting a slightly different look for 2020. Tweaks to the front bumper, headlights, grille, and rear spoiler make for a slightly sleeker look, all trims now come standard with LED headlights that look more modern, and both 17- and 18-inch wheels options are restyled.
Apple CarPlay was previously standard for the C-HR’s touchscreen infotainment system, but it now gets standard Android Auto as well. Other newly available features include SiriusXM satellite radio for the base LE, seatback pockets for the XLE, and a power driver’s seat and adaptive headlights for the Limited.
Two-tone color options are still available, but a silver roof option replaces the previous white roof (the black roof option remains). Supersonic Red and Hot Lava orange paint colors join the option sheet, as does a blue and black two-tone interior treatment for the XLE model.
There are no mechanical changes to the 2020 C-HR. It remains available with a single powertrain, a 2.0-liter inline-four mated to a continuously variable automatic transmission and front-wheel drive.
Pricing rises a mere $150, with the 2020 C-HR LE starting at $22,415, the XLE starting at $24,450, and the Limited starting at $27,470. The updated C-HR is on sale at dealerships now.
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