2022 Toyota C-HR Interior and Cargo

Toyota C-HR Interior & Cargo Rating

2022 C-HR Interior

On the plus side, Toyota has created a youthful cabin that has just as much personality as the bold exterior. The center section is gently angled towards the driver and, for the most part, it's all easy enough to fathom. Although the various fixtures and fittings don't feel as premium as they do in some rivals, the cabin should prove to be durable in the long run. All models come with remote keyless entry, dual-zone automatic climate control, and the Toyota Safety Sense 2.5 suite with technologies such as dynamic radar cruise control and a pre-collision system. An eight-inch touchscreen interface is common to the lineup, while leather-trimmed seats with a power-adjustable driver's seat are offered.

2022 C-HR Interior Photos

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Seating and Interior Space

Although technically labeled as a five-seater, our review of the Toyota C-HR revealed that it's much better to think of this as a four-seater. The crossover has a good amount of leg- and headroom for the driver and front-seat passenger, but at the back, occupants over six-feet tall will find their heads making contact with the roof. You can blame the sloping roofline for that. Rear-seat legroom is acceptable rather than great, but three adults at the back will struggle with the shoulder room as the body simply isn't that wide. More positively, the seats themselves are comfortable on all models, with six-way manually-adjustable front seats making way for a power-adjustable driver's seat higher up in the range. Ingress and egress pose no issues and outward visibility is good, besides the rear headrests which partially block the view out.

2022 Toyota C-HR Interior Dimensions:

Toyota C-HR TrimsXLENightshadeLimited
Headroom Front Seat38.1 in.38.1 in.38.1 in.
Headroom Back Seat38.3 in.38.3 in.38.3 in.
Legroom Front Seat43.5 in.43.5 in.43.5 in.
Legroom Back Seat31.7 in.31.7 in.31.7 in.
Shoulder Room Front49 in.49 in.49 in.
Shoulder Room Rear52.5 in.52.5 in.52.5 in.
Hip Room, Front53 in.53 in.53 in.
Hip Room, Rear48 in.48 in.48 in.

Interior Colors and Materials

All models come with a leather wrapping for the steering wheel and shift knob. The entry-level model makes do with black fabric seats with blue trim slightly jazzing up the atmosphere. The Limited has leather upholstery but is restricted to a black cabin, whereas the Nightshade Edition switches to black fabric. We expect the interior to last a long time but it's not the most premium-feeling cabin in this segment.

2022 C-HR Trunk and Cargo Space

As far as SUVs go, the Toyota C-HR can only do so much with its compact dimensions and emphasis on style. Behind the rear seats, it offers 19.1 cubic feet of volume, which is sufficient for everyday needs, but the available space won't earn any rave reviews and falls short of the competition. For instance, the Honda HR-V offers a more generous 24.3 cubes with the rear seats in their usual position. With the C-HR's 60/40-split-folding seats lying flat, a more useful 37 cubes of space is freed up, but this still can't come close to rivals like the Honda HR-V which offers over 20 cubes more with its rear seats folded.

Interior storage space for smaller items is pretty good, with a deep center console, door compartments in front, a well-sized glove box, two cupholders in front, and two bottle holders at the back. All trims also have seatback map pockets.

2022 Toyota C-HR Trunk and Cargo Space Photos

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2022 C-HR Infotainment and Features


Toyota has been quite generous with the C-HR's spread of convenience and safety items. The base XLE includes features like dual-zone automatic climate control, a 4.2-inch TFT multi-information display, six-way adjustable front seats, remote keyless entry, and heated outside mirrors. The Toyota Safety Sense 2.5 suite incorporates pre-collision warning with pedestrian detection, lane departure alert with steering assist, lane tracing assist, automatic high beams, full-speed dynamic radar cruise control, and road sign assist. Of course, a rearview camera is included as required by law. Blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert is also standard across the lineup. Further up in the range, the C-HR offers an eight-way power-adjustable driver's seat.


Toyota's default infotainment setup is easy to use and employs an eight-inch touchscreen interface which is prominently positioned high up and in the center of the dashboard for improved visibility. It is linked to features like Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Amazon Alexa, a USB media port, Bluetooth wireless connectivity, and SiriusXM with a three-month all-access trial subscription. Wi-Fi Connect is offered with two GB of data within a three-month trial period. The sound system employs six speakers. HD Radio is available as an option as part of the Audio Plus upgrade.

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