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Toyota CHR For Sale In Jamaica

The 2022 Toyota CHR has a design that is full of character. But, if we talk about its driving experience compared to another similar SUV, it can feel underwhelming for some people. All versions of the car come standard with a standard four-cylinder engine and a continuously variable automatic gearbox (CVT), and front-wheel drive.

The interior is practical, but the back seat can be cramped for taller people. The glossy black trim shows the CHR external design cues in the asymmetrical dashboard layout.




The CHR comes equipped with a 1.2-liter turbocharged petrol engine or a 1.8-liter hybrid engine. Both engines are available for the FWD vehicles, while the AWD cars are only available with a 1.2-liter turbo variant. There are five model grades: S, S-LED, G, S-T, and G-T. While other versions use a 1.8-liter hybrid, models S, S-LED, and G are powered by a 1.2-liter turbo engine. The G and S-LED packages are the only ones with the LED Package.



Performance And Transmission

A CVT-style automatic gearbox is used with both engines. At higher speeds, it feels like it loses steam, and overtaking on the freeway requires some forethought. The hybrid/CVT mix makes steady engine noise in this sort of circumstance. If you are used to driving a manual or a traditional automatic automobile, you will notice the difference, even if it is not nearly as obvious as some earlier models of this sort of gearbox.

Toyota has put a lot of work into the CHR to better understand urban driving standards and how they affect the design of its vehicles. The final effect is a Toyota that is far more enjoyable to drive than earlier models, which were often quite simple to operate but not particularly engaging.



Fuel Economy

The CHR is neck-and-neck with most competitors according to its EPA estimates of 27 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the interstate, but in our real-world highway fuel-economy tests, it outperformed everyone but the Nissan Kicks. The XLE variant we drove exceeded its EPA rating and achieved an amazing 37 mpg over 200 kilometers.



Toyota CHR Exterior

The Toyota CHR for sale in jamaica is unquestionably an aesthetically good-looking car, especially if you like to draw attention to yourself.  It comes equipped with streamlined LED headlights and fewer front-end lines compared to recent years. Toyota has slightly subdued the C-design. However, CHR, with its stubby body, high roof, a massive amount of curves, waves, crests, and lines, is not one for everyone. The aesthetic profile is something that will not appeal to everyone. It is comparable to how Nissan Juke design divides customer opinion. Furthermore, Toyota has changed the 17-inch wheels to 18s and painted the roof black or silver.



 Toyota CHR Interior

The interior of the CHR is awash in the usual Toyota luxury. The materials used throughout the inside appear to be well-chosen and long-lasting. The only exception seems to be a pair of cheap plastic panels on each side of the center console.

A premium faux-leather dash with faux stitching is there, and the diamond-patterned headliner details and plastic doors provide a playful touch. The dashboard trim on the XLE trim seemed to be typical piano black in low light, but in bright sunshine, a metallic gloss showed through—a pleasant surprise.

The cabin appeals to young people very much overall. The CHR is everything but modern in terms of feature availability. The sole standard luxury in this vehicle is dual-zone automatic temperature control, so customers hoping for comforts like power seat adjustments or a sunroof will be disappointed. The cargo capacity of the CHR is standard. By folding the back seats, we could accommodate 14 carry-on luggage inside.



Infotainment and Connectivity

The C-HRs dashboard is topped with an 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system. And even the cheapest model has Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and SiriusXM satellite radio as standard equipment.

 It is a simple system with straightforward menus that are simple to use on the go; even folks with little to no technical knowledge should feel at ease using it.



Is The Toyota CHR 4WD?

The compact hatchback, which Toyota oddly markets as a crossover SUV, is solely front-drive. It does not require the added traction because its naturally aspirated, low-aspiration engine does not have much push.

 Even with Sport modes simulated gears active. The CHR seems sluggish when paired with a CVT that takes its time to choose an appropriate ratio.

Although quick acceleration is not an option, the CHR features good handling and a smooth ride. The ride is well-controlled thanks to the front struts and the rear multi-link independent suspension. The tight steering feel changes direction fast and precisely without providing any sensation.

 The CHR is an engaging vehicle that will get you through a hassle-free commute with ease but we choose other Toyotas for a trip down a favorite two-lane road. The C-sporty HRs ambitions are all in the looks, after all.




The price structure has been streamlined to add $2,000 for a CVT automatic and another $2,000 for an all-wheel drive. The 2WD, six-speed manual CHR begins at $26,990. The premium Koba variant, which is only available with a CVT, starts at $33,290 for the 2WD and $35,290 for the top-of-the-line AWD.

All prices are excluding of on-road expenses such dealer delivery, registration, and stamp duty. The sole standard color in the palette is the striking Hornet Yellow with a matching roof. Premium paint and a two-tone white or black roof are optional extras.

The first three years of planned maintenance, or six services, are capped at $195. Services are necessary every 12 months or 15,000 kilometers.



Toyota CHR Variants

Since the base CHR LE model is no longer available, the base XLE model wins out. Its still a wonderful deal, and it earns one point for having 17-inch wheels, an 8.0-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto as standard features. Keyless entry and blind-spot monitors are further features of the $25,095 XLE.

Power driver seats, heated front seats, and leather upholstery are added to the $28,115 CHR Limited. The CHR user-friendly interface and smartphone connectivity make it simple to connect. It makes entire usage feasible and easy to operate, and it does away with the awful touchpad infotainment system from earlier Toyota models.




The CHR fills the void left by the RAV4 when it initially made its appearance more than twenty years ago. It is considered a city cruiser that gives access to or even the notion of a lifestyle outside of cities.

You can visit any Toyota showroom in Jamaica to buy a brand-new Toyota CHR.  You can also test-drive the CHR or Toyotas other most popular SUVs.



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