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2018 C-HR Lease Offer

$179 per month for 36 months with $2599 due at signing

Offer ends on 07-09-2018, cannot be combined, is subject to availability and may vary by region. See participating dealer for details. Lease a new 2018 C-HR(Model: 2404) for $179 a month for 36 Months with $2,599 due at signing, which includes $1770 down payment, $650 acquisition fee which totals $3,900 down, and $179 first month’s payment and $0 security deposit. Example based on model 2404. Bonus Cash must be applied to lease contract offered through Toyota Financial Services only. Base MSRP less tax and license is $23,644. Monthly payments of $179 total $6,444. Capitalized cost of $22720, inclusive of $1750 Lease Subvention Cash, based on down payment and dealer participation which may vary by dealer. Lease-end purchase option is $12768. $350 disposition fee due at lease end unless customer purchases vehicle or decides to re-finance through Toyota Financial Services. Total lease cost is $10,344. Lease does not include taxes, license, title fees, insurance and dealer charges. Closed-end lease. Payment may vary depending upon final transaction price. Customer responsible for maintenance, excess wear and tear and $0.15 per mile over 12,000 miles per year. Offer for qualified Tier I+ customers only through Toyota Financial Services. ToyotaCare Plan is 2 years or 25K miles, whichever comes first. New vehicle cannot be part of a rental or commercial fleet, or a livery/ taxi vehicle. See dealer for plan details. A negotiable documentary service fee in an amount up to $150 may be added to capitalized cost.

2018 C-HR Finance Offer

0.9% APR for 60 months. 3.9% APR for 72 months.

Offers ends 07-09-2018, cannot be combined, are subject to availability and may vary by region. Valid in Oregon and Washington only. 3.9% APR financing for 72 months with $15.60 per $1,000 borrowed OR 0.9% APR for 60 months with $17.05 per $1,000 borrowed OR 0.9% APR for 48 months with $21.22 per $1,000 borrowed OR 0.0% APR for 36 months with $27.78 per $1,000 borrowed OR 0.0% APR for 24 months with $41.67 per $1,000 borrowed. Annual Percentage Rate available to buyers with approved Tier I+ or Tier I (excellent) credit only through Toyota Financial Services on new 2018 C-HR. Bonus Cash must be applied to APR contract offered through Toyota Financial Services only. Down payment may be required. ToyotaCare Plan is 2 years or 25K miles, whichever comes first. New vehicle cannot be part of a rental or commercial fleet, or a livery/ taxi vehicle. See dealer for plan details. A negotiable documentary service fee in an amount up to $150 may be added to sales price.

2018 Toyota C-HR
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2018 Toyota C-HR

Base Model MPG*
Base Model Starting MSRP1:

Toyota C-HR Features

  • Precision-cut, diamond-like exterior styling
  • 18-inch sport alloy wheels
  • Standard halogen headlights and taillights with unique cluster LED DRL
  • C-pillar rear door handles
  • Available unique R-code color designs
  • Toyota Safety Sense

2018 Toyota C-HR

Some are content to “play it safe”. They risk nothing, they gain nothing, and they paint their walls beige throughout their entire lives.

Meanwhile, in this world of beige, Toyota has painted a colorful masterpiece. Meet the 2018 Toyota C-HR – a subcompact crossover that has pushed its chips to the center of the table, daring anyone to match its boldness.

As Toyota’s newest model, it is clear that Toyota has gone “all in” with the C-HR. Let’s take a deeper look at the colors that comprise this artistic edition to Toyota’s 2018 lineup.

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Exterior Styling

This is one seriously artistic vehicle. With its angular shape, bold curves, and striking contour lines, the 2018 immediately leaps to mind as the best looking subcompact crossover on the market. Its body style gives a simultaneously impression of being sporty and youthful, and we imagine it will be a hit with younger drivers in particular.


Our test drives of the vehicle show adequately punchy performance, however performance for the C-HR is neither overwhelming nor underwhelming. The results are certainly in-line with competing vehicles in the subcompact crossover space, but otherwise fail to stand out. In other words, if when you buy the C-HR, you’re buying it for other reasons.

Performance specs include a 144 horsepower engine with 139 pounds-foot of torque, with an EPA estimated 27/31 mpg city/highway. Totally reasonable. Totally adequate.

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Interior Features

Toyota drivers will immediately recognize the interior of the C-HR, which is built more conventionally than its exterior. The center console is built simply and economically – a feature that Toyota drivers have come to appreciate. The front seats are equipped with ample space, and both the driver and primary passenger will enjoy significant elbow room and knee room. However, the rear seats of the vehicle are slightly little less roomy than what we expected. This is definitely a crossover that has its primary two passengers’ comfort in mind.

2018 C-HR Pricing

Toyota is positioning the 2018 C-HR between $22,500 and $24,500, which is right in the middle of the pricing chart compared to other 2018 crossover models. However, the C-HR generally comes more “fully loaded” at its base model than other crossovers, so buyers receive more bang for their buck. Considering the popularity of the crossover market in Portland and Vancouver, and considering the benefits of the C-HR, we consider this to be a bargain of a price.


The 2018 C-HR is Toyota’s artistic foray into the subcompact market. The exterior itself is striking and the vehicle is priced just right as well. Performance and interior styling are acceptable, if unspectacular, but the exceptionally high curb appeal and the fair pricing makes the C-HR a perfect fit for Toyota lovers who dare paint their walls colors other than beige.


What are critics saying about the Toyota C-HR?


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Car and Driver

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Motor Trend

Riding on the new TNGA platform that first appeared on the 2016 Prius, the Toyota C-HR will be the smallest crossover in the brand’s lineup, slotting below the RAV4. Powered by a 144-hp 2.0-liter I-4 paired to a CVT, the...

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*Mileage based on 2017 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.

1MSRP based on base model trim excluding tax, license, registration.

2 For well-qualified lessees.

3 Towing capability varies by trim level and configuration. See Owner’s Manual for proper use.

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