The auto brand has confirmed that buyers will be able to buy the Toyota C-HR from dealership stores from the month of January next year.
When it does, the base model will be available for a price of £20,995 in the UK region.
The company also offers a top of the line hybrid model which goes all the way up to £27,995. The upcoming Toyota C-HR is built on the TNGA platform which is already being used by the 2016 Prius. The C-HR will be powered by a 1.2-liter turbocharged petrol engine and will be able to deliver up to 114 horsepower. It is mated to be a six-speed manual transmission system and buyers have the option to upgrade to CVT automatic gearbox. A change in gearbox will also upgrade the car to an all-wheel drive system.
As confirmed by Toyota, the base model will be priced at £20,995. It has been named the Icon and next in the line is the Excel priced at £23,995 and the top of the line model named Dynamic is priced at £25,495. The same edition with a hybrid fuel is priced at £27,995. The standard features found in the car include dual-zone automatic air conditioning system, large 17-inch alloy wheels with automatic wipers and Toyota’s Touch 2 touchscreen to control the infotainment system. There is a reversing camera that makes it easy for drivers to navigate the car in tight parking spots.
The range of features offered in the Toyota C-HR Excel model includes keyless entry, partial used of leather on seats, heated seating, parking sensors, rear privacy glass, 18-inch alloy wheels, intelligent parking assist and satellite navigation. Going by the same, the top of the line Dynamic uses metallic paint to offer a stylish finish to the car with contrasting black roof.
Dynamic trimline in C-HR uses 18-inch alloy wheels, has LED headlights, bespoke upholstery fabric, privacy glass and the all the other features found in the Excel as well as the Icon models. The interiors are premium with matte black finish and the dark black tone has been maintained throughout the car whereas some areas use shiny piano black finish. Buyers can choose from dark grey or black or brown finish for the interior of the car.
Toyota’s C-HR aims to offer the convenience of the increased ride height of a SUV to offer best in-class space with a slim and sleek cabin that is easy to drive.