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Toyota C-HR 1.2T Excel 5dr [Leather] Review

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£26,155
Review

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.

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Trim: Excel

Worth a look if you have cash to splash. Upgrading to mid-level Excel trim adds leather seats and various safety aids to everything that's standard on Design trim, but pushes up the price considerably.

Engine: 1.2T

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.


Key information

Doors5
Seats5
0-62 MPH10.9 seconds
Fuel TypePetrol
GearboxMANUAL
MPGOfficial overall fuel economy figure

46.3

Urban: 38.6Motorway: 53.2
Boot CapacityHow much space is there?

377

litres

EmissionsOfficial emissions rating

138

g/km

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