The 2021 Toyota C-HR picks up right where it left off in 2020, offering drivers slick styling, robust tech, and a long list of driver assistance features. The Toyota C-HR is well-suited to an array of driving needs; from casual personal commuting to versatile family hauling. Oh, and the 2021 model year makes a few important changes to the 2020 version, including the introduction of the Nightshade Edition.

What's new to 2021

The 2021 Toyota C-HR upgrades its standard driver assistance suite (Toyota Safety Sense 2.0), adds a new trim (Nightshade Edition), and tweaks its paint options. The already seriously robust Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 suite gets a few upgrades, making once upgradeable features standard. The 2021 Toyota C-HR now comes standard with forward-collision mitigation, low-speed emergency braking (with pedestrian/cyclist detection), automatic high beams, adaptive cruise control, lane-tracing assist, and lane departure alert.

Versatile Tech & Comfort

The new Toyota C-HR makes strides in the tech and comfort realm, ensuring plenty of options across its four trim levels. The base LE trim includes an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment display, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, and a basic audio system. If you're looking for more than cloth-trimmed seats, then you'll have to jump for the top-level Limited, which incudes leather-trimmed upholstery. Other notable interior upgrades include heated front seats and an 8-way power driver's seat. The new Nightshade Edition of the C-HR is essentially an XLE with a few aesthetic changes. The Nightshade includes black-finished 18-inch alloy wheels (with black lug nuts), black cosmetic accents, and black fabric upholstery.

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