Toyota C-HR Baltimore

Toyota C-HR Baltimore

The Toyota C-HR Baltimore is popular among many drivers, particularly Toyota fans. This vehicle is a small crossover that is beautifully crafted and equipped with top-notch technology. If you’re interested in buying the Toyota C-HR but aren’t sure about what this vehicle has to offer, here is some information that will help you determine whether you would enjoy owning and driving this vehicle.

Interior

The 2018 Toyota C-HR Baltimore seats five people. The seating is comfortable and mostly spacious. The fronts seats offer plenty of headroom and legroom. However, if the passengers in the front push back their seats, the passengers in the back may feel a little cramped. The cabin of the Toyota C-HR largely consists of hard plastics. However, these surfaces have glossy finishes for additional style. Other standard features include the leather-wrapped steering wheel, cloth upholstery, the six-way manually adjustable front seats, heated seats, and the 8-way manually adjustable driver’s seat.

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Cargo Space

The 2018 C-HR features 36.4 cubic feet with the rear seats folded and 19 cubic feet with them in use. The C-HR features more cargo space than most other vehicles in its class. Therefore, if you want a small crossover vehicle that will offer you a surprisingly substantial amount of cargo space, this vehicle will not disappoint you.

C-HR Engine

The engine of the 2018 Toyota C-HR Baltimore is a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. The horsepower of this vehicle is 144. The C-HR’s engine is paired with a CVT, which works like an automatic. All the trim levels of this vehicle feature the same engine. While the performance of this vehicle isn’t substantially better than other vehicles in its class, you will find the performance perfectly fine for commuting to and from work, driving around the city, and doing errands.

Gas Mileage

According to Toyota, the estimated gas mileage of the C-HR is 27 miles per gallon in the city and 31 miles per gallon on the highway. Therefore, this vehicle won’t cost you much to fuel annually.

Better Handling

The front-wheel drive is standard for the C-HR. There is not an all-wheel drive available for the C-HR. Even though the acceleration of the C-HR leaves room for improvement, the handling will help make up for it. The steering is well-weighted and you can expect to get good feedback every time you make a turn. The C-HR’s ride is pleasant and comfortable. There is little body lean and the vehicle drives over bumps as smoothly as possible.

The Toyota C-HR is ideal for any driver who wants a dependable and aesthetically appealing vehicle to drive. For more information about the Toyota C-HR, don’t hesitate to contact us.

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