Toyota C-HR

toyota-c-hr-motability-car-sideToyota C-HR

The Toyota Coupe High Rider (C-HR) with its angular design and hidden rear door handles has caused quite a stir. Bigger than the Nissan Juke with a 370 litre boot moving it towards the Qashqai for size. Powered by a 1.2 litre 114bhp petrol or 1.8 petrol / electric motor taken from the platform sharing Prius. There is no diesel offering from Toyota.

Equipment on the Toyota C-HR is excellent, but there is no Apply Carplay or Android Auto in the C-HR or any Toyota for that matter, this will change for the new version..


  • Dual-zone climate-control
  • 17-inch alloys
  • Toyota Touch 2 infotainment
  • Front foglights
  • Rain-sensing windscreen wipers
  • Auto-dimming rear-view mirror

Additional highlight standard equipment on the Toyota C-HR Excel.

  • Part-leather seats, with heating in the front
  • Keyless entry
  • Parking sensors
  • 18-inch alloy wheels
  • Electric-folding door mirrors
  • Sat-nav

The Toyota C-HR Dynamic.

  • Metallic paint with contrast black roof
  • Different 18-inch alloy wheels
  • LED headlamps and foglights
  • Purple upholstery fabric

You can get the C-HR with either a 1.2-litre petrol engine or as a frugal hybrid. The former will return around 47.9 mpg and is best suited to pottering around town while the latter uses a 1.8-litre engine and an electric motor to return a claimed 74.3 mpg. Neither feel particularly quick at motorway speeds, and versions fitted with an automatic gearbox drone loudly when you accelerate. (car-wow)

The C-HR Hybrid has been removed this quarter. Toyota UK have sold their 2019 allocation.

Price reduced from previous quarter price Summer Best Buy – Toyota C-HR ‘Icon’ 1.2 petrol Manual   –  £59.50 per week (You keep £1.60 per week of your PIP/DLA payment)

Summer Best Buy – Toyota C-HR ‘Excel’ 1.2 petrol Automatic   –  £1345 Advance Payment (£243 wpms)