How to spec a Toyota C-HR
Our guide to Toyota's family SUV covers which version to go for, which options to choose and how much to pay for it all...
If you want to match funky style with child-friendly practicality, the Toyota C-HR is a good place to start. With looks which ensure you stand out on the school run, this family SUV is good to drive and also cheap to run – especially if you opt for our recommended 1.8-litre hybrid version.
Our full 16-point review will tell you more about what the C-HR is like to live with, including how much you can fit into its boot and how safe it is, but here we're concerned with which option boxes you should be ticking.
The good news is that by opting for mid-range Icon trim you'll already have most equipment bases covered, but here is our guide to adding more luxury without breaking the bank.
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