Toyota C-HR Crossover Compact SUV Hybrid | Could this be YOUR perfect new car?
The Toyota C-HR Crossover is a real head-turner. It combines striking good-looks with practicality, economy, low CO2 emissions, the highest levels of safety tech and an engaging driving experience.
If you are looking for something different, the Toyota C-HR Crossover should certainly be on your list!
The sharply-styled C-HR earned its place in Toyota’s best-selling model list in double-quick time since its launch in 2016. In 2018, a refresh gave this innovative Compact SUV a new Design grade for buyers to benefit from even more choice, new optional extras and a bold new colour choice. The existing Excel and Dynamic grades were also given upgrades, raising the bar in terms of standard equipment.
Let’s take a look at what the Toyota C-HR has to offer and find out why this could be YOUR perfect new car.
Toyota C-HR Crossover Compact SUV Hybrid | Key features
- Toyota’s fresh take on the crossover market
- Hybrid electric powertrain
- CO2 emissions from below 90g/km
- Also available with 1.2-litre turbo petrol engine
- Constructed on a Toyota New Global Architecture Platform (TNGA)
Toyota C-HR Hybrid Crossover powertrains and performance
Of course, the C-HR is designed to appeal to a youthful (and ‘young at heart’!) audience but it’s not just aesthetics that make this model so popular. Its smooth, highly efficient hybrid electric powertrain – an option chosen by around 77 per cent of customers – and its engaging driving experience, derived directly from its TNGA (Toyota New Global Architecture Platform), is a major draw.
The Toyota C-HR is available with a 1.8-litre hybrid electric powertrain, or with a 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol engine.
The 1.2T is offered with six-speed manual transmission and front-wheel drive, or continuously variable auto transmission with all-wheel drive; the hybrid version is front-wheel drive only. Combined cycle fuel consumption* for the hybrid is 74.3mpg with 86g/km CO2 emissions*; for the 1.2T the figures from 42.1mpg and 135g/km respectively.
Toyota C-HR Hybrid Crossover Design grade | Specification and standard equipment 2019 UK
The new C-HR Design focuses on style, comfort and convenience. On the exterior, it has sporty 18-inch alloy wheels, rear privacy glass and auto-folding heated door mirrors with integrated turn indicators. Entry illumination and ambient cabin lighting are standard, as is smart entry and push-button start.
Front seats have integrated heating and power-adjustable lumbar support. The Toyota Touch 2 with Go multimedia system comes with an intuitive central touchscreen control, navigation functions and access to online services. Front and rear sensors plus Intelligent Park Assist make manoeuvring into and out of parking spaces a hassle-free experience for drivers.
These features are all in addition to the established entry-grade Icon trim, which comes with a reversing camera, dual-zone automatic air conditioning, electronic parking brake and the Toyota Safety Sense suite of active safety and driver assistance functions.
Toyota C-HR Hybrid Crossover Excel and Dynamic grades | Specification and standard equipment 2019 UK
The 2018 Toyota C-HR Hybrid Crossover Excel and Dynamic grade revisions saw the C-HR Excel models gaining full black leather upholstery and rear LED lights.
Toyota C-HR Hybrid Crossover options and additional extras | Vehicle customisation and personalisation
The Dynamic grade had the addition of new matt black 18-inch alloys, black fabric upholstery and a silver trim line on the dashboard. The C-HR is now available in vibrant Cyan Blue paint finish and a plethora of new customisation options makes it easier than ever before to create more personalised look, including adding contrasting colours for side sills, front bumper inserts, lower boot trim, fog light surrounds and door mirror covers.
Design and Dynamic models can be specified with optional leather upholstery and a premium JBL sound system – individually or as a combined pack. The more powerful audio system can also be obtained for the C-HR Excel.
The Icon model can be upgraded with a Tech Pack option that includes smart entry, a Blind Spot Monitor, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Lane Departure Alert with steering assist and auto-folding mirrors (for the 1.2T Icon the pack also provides smart entry and push-button start).
Toyota C-HR Crossover Compact SUV Hybrid | YOUR perfect new car from Farmer & Carlisle Leicestershire
The dedicated team at Farmer and Carlisle Fleet are experts in providing tailor-made contract hire and leasing options to clients across the UK, as well as offering fantastic value vehicle finance.
The Toyota C-HR is available at low monthly prices for business users – our fleet team promises to find the perfect funding solution that will get you into the driving seat of your new Toyota at an affordable monthly price.
Contact us today on 0116 285 2851 to discuss your requirements or arrange a test drive today!
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