Toyota discontinuing Toyota C-HR in Canada in 2023

Toyota C-HR

Toyota C-HR

Toyota will stop selling the C-HR in Canada in 2023, according to Toyota Maple's sales manager.

Mastroianni says in a YouTube video for Toyota World that the small crossover will be discontinued in 2023. The news came after the automaker gave dealers plenty of information about other models but little about the C-HR, he said.

Toyota Canada told us they have "nothing to announce" When asked if that meant the C-HR would remain in 2023, they said, "I can't comment."

We asked Toyota USA if this alleged discontinuation would affect Canada's southern neighbor, but we haven't heard back. Sometimes the countries have slightly different vehicle lineups. (carscoops.com)

The C-HR is one of Toyota's least popular North American vehicles. The automaker sold 1,144 compact crossovers in the first half of 2022. 

The C-HR is one of Toyota's least popular North American vehicles. The automaker sold 1,144 compact crossovers in the first half of 2022. 

Toyota sold 33,200 RAV4s, 15,970 Highlanders, 4,646 Corolla Crosses, and 2,546 Venzas. 19,716 Corollas, 23,192 Camrys, and 1,950 Priuses were sold. Toyota sold 1,306 more GR86s than C-HRs.

In the first half of 2022, the automaker sold 61% fewer C-HRs than in 2021.

It costs more than the Corolla, which starts at CAD$19,450 ($14,730 USD), and the Corolla Hatch, which starts at CAD$21,450 ($16,245 USD). 

Toyota Canada may feel the C-HR isn't worth keeping in the lineup because the Corolla Cross starts at $24,890 ($18,850 USD).