How to spec the 2016 Toyota C-HR SUV

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First published: 30th March 2017
Throughout the range, the C-HR is very well equipped, but you've still got some decisions to make when it comes to speccing your car. Even the entry-level Icon trim comes with desirable kit like climate control, alloys wheels, all-round electric windows, remote locking, front fog lamps and automatic lights and wipers. Excel trim adds desirable features like part-leather upholstery, keyless entry, heated seats, parking sensors and sat-nav, but also adds a fair chunk to the price. The extra cash you pay for Dynamic models earns you metallic paint, privacy glass and LED headlights.

The full Toyota C-HR expert review takes you through everything you need to know about the funky looking small SUV.

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