Used Toyota C-HR 2016-present review

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Used Toyota C-HR 2016-present
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Which used Toyota C-HR hatchback should I buy?

The C-HR's engine choice is limited to one petrol engine and one hybrid option. We suggest sticking with the petrol option, since the hybrid isn’t that good to drive and is quite a bit more expensive. While it might be more economical than the petrol, you would need to cover a lot of miles before you make up the difference in fuel savings.

We’d also suggest sticking with the standard Icon spec because it comes with all the equipment you would really need: dual-zone climate control, 17in alloy wheels, automatic lights and wipers and adaptive cruise control.

Excel trim adds sat-nav, larger 18in alloy wheels, keyless entry and heated front seats, which are also partly covered in leather.

If you like your luxuries, Dynamic comes with LED headlights, metallic paint with a contrasting black roof and model-unique 18in alloys. There isn’t a great reason to spend over the odds for this trim.

Our favourite Toyota C-HR: 1.2T Icon manual


Used Toyota C-HR 2016-present
Used Toyota C-HR 2016-present
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