2018 Toyota C-HR coming to Moline, IL

Introducing the 2018 Toyota C-HR in Moline, IL

A very strong argument can be made that Toyota has all but perfected the modern compact coupe as well as the increasingly popular compact crossover SUV. The next logical step for Toyota as one of the world's largest and most successful automakers is to essentially create a new class of vehicle. Enter the 2018 Toyota C-HR, coming soon to the Hiland Toyota inventory. First shown as a concept vehicle in 2014, the Toyota C-HR is on its way to offering potential buyers a truly unique vehicle. With the interior flexibility of a compact crossover SUV, on par with that of the famed RAV4 while offering handling perfected on the world's toughest proving grounds, the 2018 Toyota C-HR delivers city-drivers an agile and dynamic package.

Once the 2018 Toyota C-HR arrives to the Hiland Toyota inventory, it will instantly standout among the rest of its Toyota siblings. Three dimensional exterior elements were designed to remind people of precious gem stones. Slim projector beam halogen headlights juxtaposed with elaborate eye lines and protruding taillights redefine a new aesthetic for Toyota. Additionally, the interior of the 2018 Toyota C-HR has been built around the driver. First time observers may notice something just a little different about how the controls and center stack are laid out in the new Toyota C-HR. Everything is canted toward the driver. This is a common feature on high-performance, even full-time race cars, but remains a fairly original innovation in passenger vehicles like the 2018 C-HR.

2018 C-HR offers cut gem design features

Smooth handling for 2018 Toyota C-HR tuned in Germany

Rear double wishbone suspension offers excellent handling

Interior 2018 Toyota C-HR centered on driver

2018 C-HR has lots of cargo space

Latest technology found with 2018 Toyota C-HR

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One of the leaders of the design team which developed the 2018 Toyota C-HR spends much of his free time on a race track as a driver. These experiences played no small part in how the new Toyota model will handle for future owners. Several years were spent running hot laps around the world famous Nürburgring Nordschleife. In order to meet the designers expectations, Toyota used a newly developed McPherson strut on the front suspension and a tried and true double wishbone rear suspension. The result was a vehicle with precise handling, excellent passenger comfort as well as making the interior as quiet as possible.

Under the hood of the all-new 2018 Toyota C-HR is a 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine mated to a brand new version of the continuously variable transmission. An available Sport mode and the simulated seven-speed sequential shiftmatic transmission experience brings a new level of driver engagement to the 2018 C-HR; but only when its desired. The Toyota Safety Sense P suite of systems is standard equipment with the new Toyota C-HR which also supports the vehicle's 10 standard airbags..

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