Toyota C-HR

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

Added to the Scheme last week of Q4 2016 the Toyota Coupe High Rider (C-HR) with its angular design and hidden rear door handles is causing 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. Advance Payments start at £595 Manual and £795 Auto for the 1.2 petrol.

Petrol Manual

 Spring Best Buy – Toyota C-HR ‘Icon’ 1.2 petrol Manual   –  £595 Advance Payment (£63.32 wpms) or £1095 (£51 wpms) in Excel or £1795 (£751 wpms) in Dynamic

Petrol Automatic

 Spring Best Buy – Toyota C-HR ‘Icon’ 1.2 petrol Automatic  –  £795 Advance Payment (£63.32 wpms) or £1595 (£551 wpms) in Excel or £2295 (£1251 wpms) in Dynamic

Petrol Automatic 4 wheel drive

Spring Best Buy – Toyota C-HR ‘Excel’ 1.2 petrol Automatic 4wd –  £1895 Advance Payment (£851 wpms) or £2595 (£551 wpms) in Dynamic

Hybrid Automatic

 Spring Best Buy – Toyota C-HR ‘Icon’ 1.8 Hybrid Automatic   –  £995 Advance Payment (£64.80 +£179 wpms) or £1995 (£951 wpms) in Excel or £2695 (£1651 wpms) in Dynamic

 

Full review to follow.