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New Toyota C-HR GR Sport Hybrid 2022


New Toyota C-HR GR Sport Hybrid 2022.

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Version "GR Sport"
Price: 44.600 $
1987 cmc VVT-i | 4 Cyl.Inline
184 HP | 202 Nm
1-Speed Auto CVT Gearbox
Consumption: 5.3 L/100km
Fuel Tank Capacity : 43 L
CO2 emissions : 120 g/Km
Top Speed : 180 km/h
Acceleration 0 to 100 km/h : 8.2 sec
Wheelbase : 264 cm
Length : 439.5 cm
Width : 179.5 cm
Height : 155.5 cm
Ground clearance : 14.8 cm
Turning radius : 10.4 m
Trunk / Boot capacity : 358 L
Front Suspension : Independent McPherson. Coil Springs. Anti-roll bar.
Rear Suspension : Independent Double Wishbones. Coil Springs. Anti-roll bar.

The Toyota C-HR now comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense (TSS 2.5), a comprehensive suite of active safety systems that includes:

Pre-collision System with Pedestrian Detection (PCS w/PD) is enhanced with daytime bicyclist detection and low-light pedestrian detection. Emergency steering assist is another enhancement of the PCS w/PD system for TSS 2.5. This function helps the driver avoid a pedestrian in their lane via steering assist and avoid crossing out of the lane). In addition, the TSS 2.5 PCS w/PD system includes intersection support which is designed to detect a preceding vehicle, or pedestrian in an intersection and may cause typical pre-collision alerts, and/or automatic braking).

The STAR Safety System comes with: Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), Traction Control (TRAC), Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS), Electronic Brake-Force Distribution (EBD), Brake Assist (BA) and Smart Stop Technology (SST). Also complementing TSS 2.5 are 10 standard airbags, standard Hill-Start Assist Control (HAC) and a rear backup camera. Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross Traffic Alert is standard on the XLE and Limited models.

Toyota designers went all-in on expressiveness with the C-HR. The slim LED headlights wrap deeply into the sides of the hood, running rearward along the fender tops. Deep, curvy character lines emerge from a prominent Toyota badge on the front fascia and lead into the narrower core body. These lines continue below the side windows and above the rear wheel, where they join a high beltline and distinctive C-pillar with hidden-type design door handles.

The C-HR’s punchy dual-overhead cam 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine produces 144 horsepower at 6,100 rpm and 139 pound-feet of torque at 3,900 rpm. The engine employs many of Toyota’s latest-generation technologies, including Variable Valve Timing (VVT) and Valvematic valve lift control.

The front-wheel drive C-HR comes standard with the Continuously Variable Transmission with intelligence and Shift mode (CVTi-S). A preload differential helps to distribute torque between the front wheels during low-speed operation to make for easier, composed driving.

Drivers will welcome the powertrain’s well-sorted nature, and they’ll love Sport mode and the simulated 7-speed Sequential Shiftmatic feature. Engaging Sport mode via the multi-information display (MID) increases throttle responsiveness, quickens the CVT’s simulated automatic “step-up” shifts, and maintains high engine speed to enhance acceleration. Pushing the gearshift over to the left while in Drive engages Sequential Shiftmatic, and lets drivers shift simulated gears manually.

The 8-inch Toyota Audio display is positioned centrally atop the dash, rather than in it, to help reduce drivers’ eye movements. A bright 4.2-inch color Multi-Information Display (MID) sits between the twin-ring instrument cluster and shows odometer, SPORT and ECO modes, outside temperature, fuel economy and trip information, fuel economy history, G-force monitor, and much more.

Then there’s C-HR’s practical side. It is, after all, part of Toyota’s SUV/crossover family. The 60/40 split rear seat folds flat, and seatback lock releases are positioned at shoulder height, making it easy to fold the seats without bending over. The rear seats are designed so that the seatbelts do not interfere when folding the seats. Compartments below the cargo area deck board, along with a hidden compartment in the cargo area sidewall, can store small items. A standard cargo cover conceals the trunk area.R Hybrid

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