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The 2018 Toyota CHR is brand new with features not found on other Toyota vehicles. Check out the Top 10 Things You Didn't Know about the Toyota C-HR. Click "show more" for notables. Toyota CHR crossover or Toyota CHR suv? I think this compact suv packs awesome value for to price. There are two choices with the Toyota C-HR XLE and C-HR XLE Premium. The premium adds blind spot monitor, rear cross traffic alert, sport wheels and auto power folding mirrors. Some notables that didn't make it on the Toyota CHR feature list are the: Electric Parking Brake. This is a first for Toyota. This feature will disengage the parking brake when "Drive" is selected. The Toyota CHR is built on the Toyota New Global Architecture body. This platform improves safety by deflecting energy around the occupants rather than through them. Driving performance is noticeably better with this platform. Try test driving a Prius pre and post 2016 to see what I am referring to. New Continuous Variable Transmission (CVT). The Toyota CHR transmission is more advanced with 7 virtual speeds. The experience is unlike any CVT to date. Hope you enjoyed this video. If so please give a thumbs up and leave some comments. If you would like to reach me Manny Da Silva directly please visit www.mannydrives.ca/contact Here is my Patreon page if you would like to support my work effort. https://www.patreon.com/mannydrives You can also see short videos and photos on www.instagram.com/mannydrives Thank you all for watching.
New C-HR Pricing (plus on-road costs) C-HR 2WD manual $26,990 C-HR 2WD CVT $28,990 C-HR AWD CVT $30,990 C-HR Koba 2WD CVT $33,290 C-HR Koba AWD CVT $35,290 Specifications C-HR FWD manual Switchable intelligent driving modes Pre-collision safety system Autonomous emergency braking Active cruise control Lane departure alert with steering assist Sway warning system Blind-spot monitor Rear cross-traffic alert Rear-view camera Seven airbags, including driver’s knee airbag Trailer sway control Hill-start assist control Parking sensors 17-inch alloy wheels Halogen projector-type headlamps LED daytime running lights Rain-sensing wipers Roof-mounted spoiler Satellite-navigation SUNA Live Traffic Dual-zone automatic air-conditioning 6.1-inch display audio with six speakers AM/FM radio, CD player, USB and AUX input Bluetooth Speech commands 4.2-inch colour multi-information display Tilt and telescopic steering column adjustment Electronic park brake 60/40 split-fold rear seat Auto power windows (all doors) Power folding heated exterior mirrors Auto-dimming interior mirror Fabric front seats with six-way manual adjustment “C-HR” puddle lamp 12V/120W power socket (centre console) C-HR FWD CVT Multidrive S continuously variable transmission Seven-speed sequential shift All-speed active cruise control C-HR AWD CVT (in addition to FWD CVT features) Dynamic torque control part-time AWD system C-HR Koba spec FWD & AWD CVT (in addition to standard C-HR features) Keyless entry and start LED headlights LED rear combination lights 18-inch alloy wheels Heated, leather-accented seats Power lumbar adjustment (driver’s seat) Nano-e air purifying Side and rear privacy glass Illuminated driver and front-passenger sun visors Illuminated door trim $450 white or black two-tone roof option (with selected exterior colours) Read More http://www.caradvice.com.au/525730/2017-toyota-c-hr-pricing-and-specs/ "SUBSCRIBE NOW"
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Lexus targets a younger buyer 2019 Lexus UX: A Tiny Crossover with Outsize Styling Lexus's smallest SUV is only mildly less extreme-looking than the concept. Lexus’s SUV lineup is gaining its fifth member in the form of the 2019 UX, a new subcompact crossover that will slot in slightly below the also subcompact NX in price and size. It may be small, but it has outsize, angular styling that seems to be its key weapon in the fight against the Mercedes-Benz GLA-class and the BMW X1, a battle that will begin when the UX hits dealerships in December. The UX nameplate was first seen in 2016, when it adorned a radical-looking tiny crossover concept. The looks have been toned down somewhat for production, but the UX still has an in-your-face front end dominated by the familiar Lexus spindle grille and plenty of sharp lines and creases along its body sides. It measures 177.0 inches long and has a 103.9-inch wheelbase—0.8 inch and 5.3 inches tighter than the measurements of the NX, which itself is considerably larger than the GLA, X1, and Audi Q3 despite being similar in price to those German competitors. Unlike the NX, which has underpinnings related to the Toyota RAV4’s, the UX rides on a version of the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform. It has the same wheelbase as the Toyota C-HR, and it uses the same strut front and multilink rear suspension setups as that model (and numerous other Toyota products that employ this architecture). Powertrains include a 168-hp 2.0-liter inline-four, which in the UX200 is paired with a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT)—not the most exciting combination when stacked up against the 200-hp-plus 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinders found in the competition. At least Lexus claims its new Direct Shift CVT improves power delivery, and this new engine should make for good EPA fuel-economy numbers. Interestingly, all-wheel drive will be offered only on the UX250h hybrid model. The gas-electric setup uses a new 2.0-liter four-cylinder combined with two electric motors, one powering the front axle and one driving the rear; total output is 176 horsepower. A new technology called Predictive Efficient Drive is said to analyze factors including driving habits and traffic conditions to optimize the level of charge in the nickel-metal-hydride battery pack and that of the regenerative braking system. An F Sport version will be available for both the four-cylinder UX200 and the hybrid UX250h; it includes not only the expected visual tweaks to the grille and bumpers but also revised springs and anti-roll bars, 18-inch wheels, and optional adaptive dampers with firmness that can be adjusted via the driving modes. We’re curious to see the UX’s interior packaging given its diminutive footprint (Lexus has yet to release rear-seat room or cargo-space figures). The dashboard appears to have a simple, horizontally oriented design with a row of physical buttons below a large display screen that’s presumably controlled by the latest version of Lexus’s Remote Touch control interface. Lexus will offer quilted leather upholstery as an option, as well as a new trim pattern inspired by a type of Japanese paper called washi. F Sport models have their own specific front seats, steering wheel, and instrument cluster. Considering that the NX starts at nearly $37,000 for a front-wheel-drive NX300 and $39,000 for an all-wheel-drive NX300h hybrid, we expect the UX200 to come in around $5000 cheaper, with the hybrid commanding a slight premium and well-equipped versions crossing the $40K mark. Read More https://www.caranddriver.com/news/2019-lexus-ux-crossover-revealed-news "SUBSCRIBE NOW"
Toyota has released its new 2018 C-HR! A perfect fit for buyers interested in a crossover vehicle with optimal gas mileage. The sleek C-HR is perfect for those looking to drive in style.