Used Toyota C-HR 2016-present review


Used Toyota C-HR 2016-present
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What alternatives should I consider to a used Toyota C-HR hatchback?

The Seat Ateca is the C-HR’s chief rival, since it’s also aimed at a younger buyer looking for a trendy family SUV. The Seat certainly has more restrained than the Toyota, but it's also a much more practical car for those who have children, with a bigger boot and more light for rear passengers thanks to bigger rear windows.

The Nissan Qashqai is another popular choice. It has a diesel option for those who want greater fuel economy, but it won’t be anywhere near as reliable as the Toyota.

If you prioritise good value for money above all else, the Skoda Yeti is surprisingly affordable and offers a wide range of petrol and diesel engines to suit all needs.

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Used Toyota C-HR 2016-present
Used Toyota C-HR 2016-present
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Bold styling and a remarkably good drive mark the Toyota C-HR apart from some of its duller family SUV rivals

  • 1.2 petrol is good to drive
  • Plenty of equipment
  • Well built
  • Hybrid model is noisy
  • Rivals are more practical
  • Infotainment isn't great