Most of the time, cars that look sporty are designed to prioritize performance over everyday comfort, utility, and value. That means that if you want a head-turning appearance but don’t need jaw-dropping acceleration and handling, you’re often out of luck. That is unless you like the looks of the 2019 Toyota C-HR, which applies the silhouette of a sporty coupe to the body of a five-door subcompact crossover — creating a high-style ride that’s easy to live with every day.
The C-HR debuted for 2018, but Toyota has acted quickly to make its smallest crossover even more appealing. The updated 2019 model brings a lower base price, a greatly improved infotainment system, and newly optional equipment that includes leather upholstery and a navigation system. The 2019 C-HR starts at $20,995 with a long list of standard safety and convenience features. Let’s go over the details of this uniquely styled subcompact crossover.