Coming Soon: 2018 Toyota C-HR

 

Everyone at our Toyota dealership on the west side of town loves the Toyota vehicles we have for sale or lease. From the 2017 Toyota Camry to the 2017 Toyota Tacoma and all of the other Toyota models we have, we love it when another automobile is added to our Toyota lineup. One vehicle we’re really excited about joining our new car inventory is the 2018 Toyota C-HR.

The “C-HR” in the vehicle’s name stands for “Coupe High-Rider.” Just like the automobile’s name stands out, the new Toyota C-HR represents a new direction in the Toyota brand’s design. The Toyota C-HR is stylish, athletic, and loaded with technology such as the Toyota Safety Sense P suite of advanced safety features.

The Toyota C-HR made is global debut at the Paris Motor Show in 2014 as a concept car. The 2018 Toyota C-HR retains the concept vehicle’s avant-garde look, bold character, and modern, comfortable cabin.

The 2018 Toyota C-HR is expected to start arriving at dealerships throughout the country in April, 2017. When it gets here and you stop by our Indianapolis, IN Toyota dealership to take a look at the innovative Toyota C-HR, you’ll see that the vehicle is available in two eye-catching trims, the XLE and the XLE Premium. You’ll also notice that the automobile has a lot of sought-after standard features, including 18-inch alloy wheels, dual-zone climate control, bucket seats, and a seven-inch audio display.

The Toyota C-HR has more than “just” great looks and a long list of standard features going for it. It's also sporty thanks to the work of Deputy Chief Engineer Hiro Koba and his team. Koba, a lifelong racer himself, and his team made sure the new Toyota C-HR delivers the exhilaration and responsiveness motorists will expect every time they get behind the wheel of their 2018 Toyota C-HR.

Even though we have to wait a little while before the 2018 Toyota C-HR arrives at our location, you don’t have to wait to buy or lease a new Toyota automobile. Visit Tom Wood Toyota to get a new Toyota vehicle such as a 2017 Toyota Camry today.

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