New 2024 Toyota C-HR priced from £31,290 within the UK


Toyota has revealed pricing, tools and engine specs for its radically styled, second-generation C-HR crossover.

Launched with the goal of drawing new clients to the model, the newest CH-R follows a vastly common predecessor and good points a plug-in hybrid powertrain for the primary time.

The vary kicks off with the £31,290 Icon, which will get 17in alloy wheels, material upholstery, a 7.0in infotainment display, Apple CarPlay and a well-recognized raft of security methods. Stepping as much as Design prices an extra £3395, for which you get 18in alloys, a 12.3in touchscreen for the infotainment system and a panoramic sunroof. Excel trim comes with 19in alloys, a JBL sound system and entrance sports activities seats for £38,150. 

Icon, Design and Excel trim ranges can be found with solely the 1.8-litre hybrid powertrain, which pairs a 97bhp petrol engine with a 94bhp electrical motor to provide 138bhp. It shares this and the two.0-litre powertrain with the brand new Toyota Prius.

The 1.8 hybrid’s energy is distributed to the entrance wheels and the mannequin guarantees to ship 56.5-58.9mpg on the WLTP cycle. This entry-level powertrain is crucial for preserving the mannequin’s “accessibility”, product supervisor Andrea Carlucci stated in December.

The 2 highest trim ranges – GR Sport and Premiere Version – might be had from £40,645 and £42,720 respectively, making the C-HR barely costlier that the equal Nissan Qashqai, however cheaper than the equal Toyota RAV4 PHEV

The manufacturing automobile has adopted the unconventional appears of the C-HR Prologue idea, which was proven late final yr. It’s the first SUV in Toyota’s European line-up to function the brand new ‘hammerhead’ front-end design that made its debut on the newest Toyota Prius, which isn’t offered within the UK. 

Larger-grade trim ranges are stated to additional complement its design with 19in and 20in alloys, and two-tone paintwork.


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