The recently introduced C-HR (Coupe High-Rider) is a CUV (crossover utility vehicle) that comes with a pretty long list of standard features like alloy wheels, bucket seating, and 7-inch audio display, but still leaves room for some genuine Toyota accessories to customize it to your needs.
Toyota went out of its way to give the C-HR some unique sporty good looks and didn’t hold back on enhanced performance tweaks to the powertrain, suspension, and braking. Top that off with state of the art safety features like Pre-Collision Active Braking, Pedestrian Detection camera and radar, Lane Departure Alert, Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, and Automatic High Beams to name a few and you might think you have it all, but let’s get back to the accessorizing essentials.
Floor mats (all-weather or carpeted), cargo liner or mat, door sill protectors, cargo net, cargo tote, and tablet holder are a few of the interior items that need to be addressed.
For the exterior you should not overlook the need for mud guards or a rear bumper protector.
For that bad weather don’t forget fog lights.
Want to sleep well and not worry about those alloy wheels? Alloy wheel locks should help with that.
How were you going to carry all that bulky stuff with a car full of people? That is where the removable Roof Cross bars come in.
But what if there is some type of emergency? Not to fear as long as you have your Emergency Assistance Kit and First Aid Kit.
Have a desire for some performance upgrades? Got you covered with TRD performance oil filters and a cool oil cap for good looks.
Can you over-accessorize? At the recent SEMA show in Las Vegas, Toyota invited DG-Spec and Dan Gardener to create the R-tuned version of the C-HR resulting in the quickest utility vehicle in the world with over 600 horsepower and 0-60 in 2.9 seconds. Maybe more than you need, maybe not.
Who Knew? Lots you can still do to add some personal touches to accent your well-equipped C-HR. But, where could you find all these genuine Toyota accessories at discounted prices? We definitely have you covered there – the online catalog at AccessoryPartsPeople.com.