2017 Toyota C-HR Dynamic Hybrid Limited Edition review verdict, specs, price and release date

This limited edition version of the Toyota C-HR small SUV adds extra kit, but is...

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Darren Moss
13 June 2016

The C-HR is a true Marmite car. It doesn't deliver a great driving experience in this hybrid form, and although the extra garnishes that come with this Limited Edition car are welcome, they don't add enough to justify this car's price tag. At just short of £30,000, we'd be more willing to spend our money on a well-specced Seat Ateca and pocket any change.

That said, if you're sold on the C-HR's looks – and it's easy to be – then you might be willing to forgive some of its foibles. In that case, we'd suggest going for the 1.2-litre petrol engine and teaming it with the entry-level Icon trim. You'll save a bundle compared to the range-topping car we've tested here, enjoy the more refined powertrain and still get most of the equipment you're going to want.

Read our full review of the Toyota C-HR

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Rated 3 out of 5

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Seat Ateca

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Toyota C-HR Dynamic Hybrid Limited Edition

Price £29,995

Engine 1.8-litre petrol with electric motor

Power 120bhp at 5200rpm

Torque 142lb ft at 3600-4000rpm (engine only)

Gearbox CVT automatic

0-62mph 11.0sec

Top speed 105mph

Official economy 72.4mpg

CO2, tax band 87g/km, 17%

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