Used Toyota C-HR 2016-present review

Category: Small SUV

Section: Alternatives

Used Toyota C-HR 2016-present
  • Used Toyota C-HR 2016-present
  • Toyota C-HR Hybrid
  • Used Toyota C-HR 2016-present
  • Used Toyota C-HR 2016-present
  • Used Toyota C-HR 2016-present
  • Used Toyota C-HR 2016-present
  • Toyota C-HR
  • How to spec a Toyota C-HR
  • Used Toyota C-HR 2016-present
  • Toyota C-HR Hybrid
  • Used Toyota C-HR 2016-present
  • Used Toyota C-HR 2016-present
  • Used Toyota C-HR 2016-present
  • Used Toyota C-HR 2016-present
  • Toyota C-HR
  • How to spec a Toyota C-HR

Alternatives

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.

Overview

The C-HR is boldly styled, handsomely equipped and very well made. It's good value used, too.

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