2019 Toyota C-HR driving down a tunnel

List of 2019 Toyota C-HR Driver Assistance Features

Does the 2019 Toyota C-HR have Toyota Safety Sense?

The popularity of the SUV has much to do with its practicality and utility as a family vehicle. SUVs such as the 2019 Toyota C-HR can easily seat up to five passengers and comes equipped with plenty of entertainment features to enjoy. But what about standard safety features? Does the 2019 Toyota C-HR have Toyota Safety Sense? Read our breakdown of the 2019 Toyota C-HR’s safety and driver assistance features down below to find the answer to these questions and more.


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The 2019 Toyota C-HR’s standard safety equipment loadout contains more than the average SUV. Drivers can expect to enjoy numerous advanced driver aids in addition to common SUV safety features such as rear door child safety locks, daytime running lights and traction control. From top to bottom, the 2019 Toyota C-HR was constructed with safety as a core design principle.

2019 Toyota C-HR Driver Aids & Collision Protection


2019 Toyota C-HR driving down a tunnel

2019 Toyota C-HR Driver Assistance Features

Toyota Safety Sense, a bundle of driver assistance features which includes a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, a full-speed range dynamic radar cruise control, automatic high beams and a lane departure alert system with steering assistance, comes standard in all three trim levels of the 2019 Toyota C-HR.

2019 Toyota C-HR interior

2019 Toyota C-HR Collision Mitigation & Protection

Ten airbags come standard in the 2019 Toyota C-HR. These airbags are strategically placed throughout the cabin to provide occupants to protect them as much as possible in the event of a collision. Key structural points of the 2019 C-HR’s frame utilize high-tensile steel for added protection in addition to enhanced handling.

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