With gorgeous and head-turning looks, contemporary contours, and a meticulously designed premium interior, the all new Toyota C-HR is this year's must have SUV-crossover.
"What's really new about the C-HR is its striking looks are backed up by a genuine commitment in the dynamics and cabin quality. It's not just all mouth and no trousers." - Top Gear
If you think you're going to open the door to grey velour and hard plastic, you couldn't be more wrong. The basic spec Icon is more generous than some of the competition's higher end vehicles, and as you get higher the C-HR is the gift that keeps on giving.
"The C-HR feels high quality and is neatly and logically laid out. There are some thoughtful design touches and a clear 7" infotainment system is a clever centrepiece" - The Independent
|1.8 Petrol Hybrid Auto FWD||72.4-74.3mpg||122 DIN hp||85-86g/km|
|1.2 Petrol Turbo Auto FWD||47.9mpg||115 DIN hp||134-135g/km|
|1.2 Petrol Turbo Manual FWD||47.1-47.9mpg||115 DIN hp||135-136g/km|
|1.2 Petrol Turbo Auto AWD||44.8mpg||115 DIN hp||144g/km|
"If you're a company car driver the Hybrid version will keep your tax bills low, and even the entry level Icon model gets you a generous amount of standard equipment" - What Car?
"The result is a car that not only handles better than its Sunderland rival, but also soaks up poor road surfaces with minimum fuss. The steering is light, and there's a typical shortage of feedback. But body-roll is well managed, helped by the C-HR's low centre of gravity, and the car remains composed when driven enthusiastically, both in town and out." - Motoring Research