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Toyota announces Price and Specs for the new C-HR

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Nov 2 , 20 16

C-HR crossover revealed ahead of its January 2017 release date

Toyota has announced the pricing for its new C-HR crossover and the prices will start from £20,995 with official sales starting in January. The prices go up to £27,995 for the hybrid model in range-topping Dynamic trim.

The new model is based on the same platform, TNGA on which the 2016 Toyota Prius is also based. It will be fitted with Toyota’s latest 1.8-litre hybrid system while emitting less than 90g/km of CO2, which is the first for this class.

The new UK line-up will also include a new 1.2 litre,114bhp turbocharged petrol engine fitted with a six-speed manual or CVT gearbox with optional four-wheel drive.

Toyota C-HR is available in three trims: entry-level Icon (£20,995), mid-spec Excel (£23,995) and top spec Dynamic (£25,495). Standard equipment includes 17-inch alloys, automatic wipers plus Toyota’s Touch 2 touchscreen with integrated reversing camera and a dual-zone automatic air-con.

The mid-level Excel models makes use of part-leather and heated seats, rear privacy glass, larger 18-inch alloys, keyless entry, parking sensors and Intelligent Park Assist. It also gets standard Sat-nav fitted to it.

Top of the range version adds metallic paint with a contrast black roof, a bespoke upholstery fabric, unique 18-inch alloys, privacy glass and LED headlights.

The interior is mainly made-up of dark black plastic, however there’s some shiny piano-black on the steering wheel and door cards. Dark leather seats complete the look, however Toyota has confirmed that this black and blue finish won’t be the only option for the interior and Dark Grey and Black/Brown will be available too.

The final design of the C-HR will take the fight to the VW Tiguan and Nissan Qashqai and is close to the concept versions that have been showcased previously. Toyota describes the astounding styling as having a ‘diamond architectural theme with prominently projecting wheel arches to emphasise strength and rigidity’.

As part of the marketing campaign for its new crossover, Toyota recently announced that a racing version would take part in the classic Nurburgring 24hr race in May this year. It will form part of the three-car Toyota factory team which also includes the Lexus RC and RC F.

Toyota’s are efficient and durable and in these days as we know, being fuel efficient is an important thing. This brand new offering from Toyota will hit the dealerships very soon, and Toyota has high hopes of this model. It certainly is an excellent combination.

When there is a lot depending on a certain model, the company puts all its efforts in making everything excellent which means it attracts both sides. Toyota will have great popularity and a lot of sales while the customers will have a brilliant vehicle and satisfaction. Toyota says that customers can expect innovative design and brand new technology features. However, the most important things are engines, and that’s where Toyota excels. The new C-HR will have very efficient engines which are crucial these days.

There is a lot riding on this new offering from Toyota, but its track record shows it will not disappoint.

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