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All you need to know about Toyota CHR

Toyota have revealed one of the most exciting cars this year - the C-HR. The new hybrid C-HR crossover is one of the most desired car in today’s world.


TOYOTA C-HRSo, let’s see the highlights of the new C-HR here:

It’s a hybrid & petrol engine car

As we all know, Toyota is one of the leading auto manufacturers in the world producing a high volume of eco-friendly green cars and the C-HR is set to join this range. It will be fully hybrid and powered by Toyota’s 1.8 litre hybrid system to emit less than 90g/km of CO2 with a combined fuel consumption of 74.3 mpg.

The hybrid variant is on the same platform as the Toyota Prius and will be powered by the same 1.8 litre petrol engine that drives with electric motor.

So, if you are a company car driver the hybrid version will keep your tax bills low. Even the entry level model Icon comes with generous amount of standard equipment to keep you safe and entertained in long journey.

The car also comes with 1.2 litre Petrol Turbo engine in a choice of six speed manual and automatic transmission which has slightly less power than the hybrid variant. There is no diesel variant available as the Toyota C-HR is specifically designed to be the top selling hybrid powertrain.

Here are the engine details:


1.2 Petrol Turbo (115 hp) 6-Speed Manual FWD

1.2 Petrol Turbo (115 hp) Automatic FWD

1.2 Petrol Turbo (115 hp) Automatic AWD

1.8 Petrol Hybrid (122 hp) Automatic FWD

Combined Fuel Consumption

47.1-47.9 mpg

47.9 mpg

44.8 mpg

72.4-74.3 mpg

Combined CO2 Emissions

135-136 g/km

134-135 g/km/p>

144 g/km

86 - 87 g/km

Maximum speed

118 mph

114 mph

111 mph

105 mph

Accelerates from 0-62 mph

10.9 seconds

11.1 seconds

11.4 seconds

11 seconds

Featuring eye-catching look and distinctive appearances

It is safe to say – the Toyota C-HR is one of the most distinctive looking cars that you’re likely to see on the road this year. It’s design is similar to that of a small SUV car with perhaps its closest rival being either the Nissan Qashqai and Hyundai Tucson. Looking at the car, it features an aggressive back with an intricate mix of sharp lines, curves and smooth turns. Its rear-door handles are embedded at the top as part of the rising- design flow which are easy to reach and use.

Overall Dimensions

  • Height: 4360 mm
  • Width: 1795mm
  • Height: 1565
  • Gross vehicle weight: 1845 - 1930 kg
  • Kerb weight: 1320 - 1460 kg

There are three trims to offer

The C-HR can exclusively offer three different trims – Icon, Excel and Dynamic.

The Icon is the entry level model that comes with dual-zone automatic air conditioning, 17-inch alloy wheels, automatic wipers/headlights, a 4.2-inch TFT coloured screen, Touch® 2 with Go navigation system and a multimedia system with 8" display.

In addition to the Icon, the Excel model highlights 18-inch bigger alloy wheels, privacy glass, heated driver/front passenger seats, smart entry, blind spot monitoring and Toyota touch 2 with go navigation.

A specific dynamic models comes with metallic paint as standard with a contrast of black roof, a grade specific 18-inch alloy wheels, privacy glass, LED headlights, fog lights and bespoke purple upholstery fabric.

Keeps you safe and connected

toyota c-hr standard features

All of the Toyota C-HR models come with reversing camera, daytime running lights, cruise control, collision prevention, autonomous braking, radar cruise, and lane keeping assist to keep you safe and connected!

Toyota C-HR Timeline


Toyota C-HR 2014 ParisMotor Show Toyota C-HR 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show Toyota C-HR 2016 Geneva Motor Show

The journey started in October 2014 when the Toyota C-HR Concept was officially revealed at the Paris Motor Show. Just under a year elapsed and the C-HR was seen in public again, at the 2015 Frankfurt motor show. Having built anticipation for 18 months, Toyota delivered on its promise and finally revealed the production-ready C-HR at the 2016 Geneva motor show. Full production of the Toyota C-HR began on the 9 November 2016 at the Toyota Motor manufacturing plant in Turkey and the vehicle will soon be available on the European market.

TV Advert

If you haven’t seen the latest Toyota advert yet, then here we have uploaded for you to take a look -

Available on sale now

The all-new Toyota C-HR is exclusively available on sale now with prices starting from £20,995 which you can get on either business and personal contract hire from us.

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