Prices and Trims Revealed for the 2018 Toyota C-HR
2018 C-HR XLE
Starting at $22,500,* the 2018 Toyota C-HR XLE might technically be an entry-level model, but it sure doesn’t feel like one. With an abundance of prestige fittings and state-of-the-art technology, it’s a standout vehicle all by itself, and it cuts a bold figure around Aurora or even in Chicago.
Perhaps most noteworthy is the inclusion of the Toyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P) package as standard, which includes:
- Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection
- Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist
- Automatic High Beams
- Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control
Equipping such features as standard allows for total peace of mind, and that sense of security is complemented by a full selection of comfort and convenience amenities. Dual-zone automatic climate control, leather-wrapped steering wheel, and sport fabric-trimmed front bucket seats are all included, and you’ll control everything from Bluetooth to HD radio through your 7-inch, six-speaker Display Audio touchscreen system.
2018 C-HR XLE Premium
With the 2018 Toyota C-HR XLE so impressively equipped, you’d be forgiven for asking how the 2018 C-HR XLE Premium can possibly distinguish itself. Starting at $24,350,* the upgraded model essentially presents a few additional comfort and convenience features, including:
- Heated Front Seats: Keep yourself warm and cozy when the wind is whipping warm off Lake Michigan across Elmhurst and Aurora.
- Keyless Entry and Ignition: The vehicle can unlock its doors and fire up the engine without making you take keys from pocket or bag.
- Blind–Spot Monitoring with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert: Keeps you aware of unseen vehicles when you change lanes, merge, or back up.
The 2018 Toyota C-HR Impresses at Any Price
*Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price, excludes the Delivery, Processing and Handling Fee of $885 for Cars, $960 for Small/Medium Trucks (Sienna, RAV4 Gas, RAV4 Hybrid, Highlander Gas, Highlander Hybrid, 4Runner, and Tacoma), $1,195 for Large SUVs (Sequoia, Land Cruiser), and $1,195 for Large Truck (Tundra). (Historically, vehicle manufacturers and distributors have charged a separate fee for processing, handling and delivering vehicles to dealerships. Toyota’s charge for these services is called the “Delivery, Processing and Handling Fee” and is based on the value of the processing, handling and delivery services Toyota provides as well as Toyota’s overall pricing structure. Toyota may make a profit on the Delivery, Processing and Handling Fee.) Excludes taxes, license, title and available or regionally required equipment. Actual dealer price will vary. Actual dealer document fee may vary.