The Toyota C-HR arrived on the market three years ago as our first compact crossover model. Its combination of striking design, athletic handling and efficient powertrains has so far attracted some 50,000 sales in the UK, 80% of which have been specified with the self-charging hybrid powertrain.
Toyota is now building on that strong customer appeal and sales momentum with the arrival of the 2020 Toyota C-HR. Developed by our European research and development division, its refinements include improvements in dynamic performance, subtle changes to the exterior and interior designs, and the introduction of the latest Toyota multimedia technology, which includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration.
The 2020 Toyota C-HR also allows customers to choose between two different hybrid powertrains, which is a unique opportunity within the C-SUV segment. The established 120bhp 1.8-litre hybrid powertrain remains, albeit upgraded with a new lithium-ion high-voltage battery pack, but it is now joined by a new 2.0-litre hybrid system that produces 182bhp. As well as greater power and high efficiency, these 2.0-litre versions benefit from uprated suspension and improved noise and vibration countermeasures.
The coupe-like lines of the new Toyota C-HR remain as distinctive as ever. However, subtle changes have been applied to simplify and refine the exterior aesthetic, while the headlights and rear light clusters have been reconfigured to illuminate with the latest LED technology.
2020 Toyota C-HR: UK model range and prices
The 2020 Toyota C-HR is on sale now with customer deliveries from January 2020. The range follows the familiar UK grade structure: entry level Icon, mid-range Design, and top-of-the-range Excel, Dynamic Orange Edition models.
NB: Prices correct at time of this article’s original publication on 6 November 2019.
|Icon||1.8-litre Hybrid||£25,625||17-inch alloy wheels, reversing camera, dual-zone automatic air conditioning, 2019 multimedia system with touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration, Toyota Safety Sense, LED reflector headlights|
|Design||1.8-litre Hybrid||£28,005||Additional features: 18-inch alloy wheels, rear privacy glass, piano black console, rain-sensing windscreen wipers, Intelligent Clearance Sonar with auto brake and parking sensors, auto-dimming rear-view mirror, heated front seats with power lumbar adjustment, navigation system, smart entry, heated and auto-folding door mirrors, Simple Intelligent Park Assist|
|Excel||1.8-litre Hybrid||£30,110||Additional features: 18-inch Excel alloy wheels, rear LED lights, adaptive LED headlights, LED fog lights, puddle lights, Adaptive Front-lighting System, heated steering wheel, leather seat upholstery, power adjustable driver’s seat, Rear Cross Traffic Alert with auto braking, Blind Spot Monitor|
|Dynamic||1.8-litre Hybrid||£30,250||Additional features: 18-inch Dynamic alloy wheels, Rear Cross Traffic Alert with auto braking, Blind Spot Monitor, adaptive LED lights front and rear, LED fog lights, puddle lights, metallic paint and black bi-tone roof|
|Orange Edition||2.0-litre Hybrid||£32,595||In addition to Excel grade: Scorched Orange paintwork, 18-inch matt black alloy wheels, black bi-tone roof, JBL premium audio system|
Read more: Exploring the 2020 Toyota C-HR – powertrains
Read more: Exploring the 2020 Toyota C-HR – design and technology
Coming soon: Exploring the 2020 Toyota C-HR – driving dynamics and safety
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