Toyota C-HR crossover for Japan received new versions with an emphasis on safety

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The Toyota C-HR range has expanded in Japan due to the appearance of two new variants, called G “Mode-Nero Safety Plus III” and GT “Mode-Nero Safety Plus III”.

The most affordable of the two new models – the C-HR G-T “Mode-Nero Safety Plus III” – costs 2,725,000 yen. This variant is based on the conventional C-HR GT and is equipped with a 1.2-liter turbocharged gasoline engine in combination with a CVT. This crossover is available with both front and all-wheel drive.

The changes begin with the appearance of a new dark color, which has received a rather intricate name, which is difficult to translate into our language. Other shades are also available for this modification, such as Black Mica, Metal Stream Metallic, and Platinum White Pearl Mica.

The crossover in this version is equipped with unique wheels measuring 18×7 inches, painted in a matte black shade. There were also some minor changes to the interior: the most noticeable is a combination of black and brown leather with beige stitching.

Toyota C-HR G “Mode-Nero Safety Plus III” has the same visual and internal improvements as the G-T, but costs a little more – from 3,055,000 yen.

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This SUV gets a hybrid transmission based on a 1.8-liter engine. Already in the database, both new variants have an expanded set of security systems. Among them is an assistant who detects an obstacle on the road and signals it to control systems.

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Also, the crossover now has a radar system that quickly detects vehicles approaching from the left and right. Plus, now there is a monitor with a panoramic view in the arsenal of crossovers.

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