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Toyota C-HR

New from £29,170 / £309 p/m

  • 5 doors
  • 5 seats
  • Automatic
  • Petrol hybrid
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Is the Toyota C-HR SUV a good car?

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Words by: Phill Tromans

"In an overcrowded small SUV market, the revamped and refreshed Toyota C-HR looks the business and is good to drive, reasonably practical and very well equipped. Style-conscious SUV buyers will absolutely lap it up, and its range is now fully hybrid. The pre-facelifted C-HR won the Best Car for City Drivers award in the 2019 Auto Trader New Car Awards."

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Running costs for a Toyota C-HR

5/5

Now that it’s only available in hybrid form, the Toyota C-HR’s purchase price can start to look pretty high against other, non-hybrid competitors like, say, Skoda’s Karoq. But there’s more to the story than that. The Toyota’s low CO2 emissions will keep company car tax down, and its strong fuel economy will also save money over the several years most drivers are likely to run the car. In addition, the resale values for the C-HR are immensely strong, and service, maintenance and repair costs are very reasonable, too. For this size of vehicle, it’s actually pretty difficult to find many similarly-specced rivals that will be more cost-effective over the long-term.

Lease deals

These deals are based on terms of 8,000 miles, for a 36 month lease with a 6 months initial payment.

Standard equipment

Expect the following equipment on your Toyota C-HR SUV. This may vary between trim levels.

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