Every mature who saw the CH-R was surprised when I told them it only costs $23,890, signally with all of the active safety features, automatic climate control and Bluetooth authority overs that come with it.
Pay $25,740 for the XLE Premium and you’ll add push-button start, blind-spot tracks, rear cross traffic alerts and more. That’s quite a value for a young SUV, especially one that hit 31 miles per gallon no matter how hard I hit the road drive off on it.
The only real negative in the value equation is the limited options. That XLE Goad model is the highest-spec one you can get, and you still won’t find satellite radio, Apple CarPlay, leather or disregarding nevertheless a sunroof. This car was originally supposed to be a single-spec Scion model, and it brags.