Comfortable, fun, generously equipped and the hybrid version makes lots of sense for company car drivers. Shame it isn’t cheaper and bigger in the back, and the C-HR also has one of the worst infotainment systems in the class. If you're a company car driver, go for the Hybrid version, but private buyers should also consider the cheaper, sweeter-driving 1.2 petrol.get the best price
Our favourite trim gets all the must-haves and more, including heated front seats, front and rear parking sensors, climate control, keyless entry and 18in alloys.
The cheaper 1.2 petrol version has less power than the Hybrid but also weighs less, so is actually slightly faster. Performance is roughly on a par with its key rivals, including the Ateca 1.0 TSI and Skoda Karoq 1.0 TSI. Put simply, it's adequate but nothing more than that.
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