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In the Toyota C-HR, set to arrive in Canada in May, the automaker has rolled out a vehicle that feels upscale and special, but fully at home in the Scion universe of simple but not austere.
The starting price of $24,690 is for the XLE trim, with an XLE Premium grade coming in at $26,290, plus shipping. The C-HR goes on sale in Canada on May 1.
Canadian supplier Magna International has developed a fuel cell range-extended electric vehicle that uses both electricity and hydrogen and can recharge its battery on the move.
Toyota says its recently upgraded Entune 3.0 infotainment and app suite is a better alternative for the brand and replicates many of the features and applications in the Apple and Google products.
The Toyota Corolla set a new February sales record in Canada, bucking a nationwide trend of consumers fleeing from cars to smaller utility vehicles and pickup trucks.
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