Toyota C-HR Now Available In Singapore!

Borneo Motors has launched the all-new Toyota C-HR, Toyota's boldly styled and aptly named Compact High Rider SUV in Singapore. This Compact High Rider SUV has been long awaited by some, which marks the Japanese company's next step into more radically styled vehicles. The new-C-HR will be available in two variants of Active and Luxury.


There is plenty to be excited for the new C-HR. It is built on the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform that has a solid foundation of high performance components. As standard, the C-HR is equipped with advanced safety technologies and modern features such as a blind-spot monitor, and dual-zone automatic air-conditioning.


Underneath, the C-HR features a 1.2-litre turbocharged engine, offering 115 hp, with a peak torque of 185 Nm. Fuel economy is listed as 6.4 litres/100km with a CO2 emissions of 144 g/km.


Toyota's C-HR ‘diamond architecture’ themed exterior adopts sharp lines and smooth curves that gives the vehicle a unique gemstone-like design. From its lower body, raised ground clearance and muscular wheel arches showcase the SUV’s strength and rigidity. Styling elements of disguised rear door handles integrated in the C-pillar, sweeping roofline to the aerodynamic skeletal-frame spoiler, the C-HR design ends with the distinctive taillight clusters that adds to its prominent visual signature on the roads. Open the tailgate and you'd have access of up to 316-litres of luggage space.


Convenience is also always within reach. A 4.2-inch display audio touch-screen brings satellite navigation and connected mobility function to the C-HR. For power, a standard 12V/120W auxiliary power outlet is located within the 4.2-litre centre console storage compartment. The new Multi Information Display can be easily controlled by switches on the steering wheels. Optional settings on it include audio and phone call controls, along with safety systems.


With the new C-HR, Toyota Safety Sense P package, useful safety and advanced technology systems including Lane Departure Alert, Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, Automatic High-beam, and Pre-collision system.


Comprehensive protection for the C-HR is standard on both variants, with seven airbags, eight parking sensors at the front and rear as standard. Lane Departure Alert (LDA) as mentioned earlier uses the camera located on the upper windscreen to track the vehicle’s course between lane markings on the road surface. It judges whether the vehicle is about to move out of its lane without the turn indicator being used, if it happens, the system sounds a buzzer or lights up a warning on the multi-information display.


As a bonus, NanoE™ air purification systems developed in collaboration with Panasonic is a much welcomed addition to the cabin that moisturises the air and neutralises odours, bacteria and allergens, while remaining gentle on occupants’ skin and hair thanks to the dispersal of microscopic ions.


Differences between the Active and Luxury C-HR is the addition of LED Headlamps with Auto Levelling, Sequential Turn Signals, Smart Entry System, Telematics System with Navigation, Leather Seats and Smart Start on the latter.


The Toyota C-HR is allowing owners to express their individually and personality with up to eight colour choices. Each colour has an alternative roof option of either black or white, except yellow which comes in both finishes. The C-HR Active and C-HR Luxury is priced at S$ 119,988 and S$ 129,988 respectively. For more information, visit Toyota Singapore here.


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