Used Toyota C-HR 2017 Hybrid for Sale

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Additional Info

The Toyota CHR is a very good car with full service history and extended warranty due to my hybrid driving experience. This car is giving 4.6L to 100km and is a really smooth drive and provides great back support and comfort on long drives. I will add two especially ordered Michelin winter tyres, used one winter, to the buyer with the best offer. There are two tiny dents, and a crack in the mirror blinker, probably caused by a shopping trolley, seldom seen unless in the sunshine.Overall this car is sturdy and comfortable, providing a great driving experience in both the urban and rural settings and a great buy.

Price €26,500
Body Type Hatchback
Doors 4
Owners 1
Gearbox Automatic
Mileage 63,200 Km
Fuel Hybrid
MPG 78.86
TAX €180
Boot Size Medium
Tax Expiryup to 03/2020
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Key Facts

Make

Toyota

Model
C-HR
Variant
1.8 Hybrid Luna Sport
Trim
Luna Sport
Car Category
Crossover
First Launched
2016
Engine (L)
1.8
Gearbox Type
Automatic
Gears
1 Speed
Fuel type
Petrol
Body Type
SUV
Price New
€31,950

Running Costs

Tax
€180
Tax Band
A2
L/100km Combined
3.9
Average km/L
25.6
Fuel Tank Capacity (L)
43
Fuel Tank Range
1103 km
Cost of filling a tank
€56.5
Average Cost Per 200 km
€10.25
CO2 emmissions
90 g/km
CO2 emmissions standard
EU6

Performance

Brake Horsepower
122 bhp
Max Power kW
91
Displacement - CC (Engine)
1798
Engine Cylinders
4
Driven Wheels
Front
Aspiration
Hybrid
Top speed
170 (km/h)
Acceleration(0-100 km/h)
11.0 s

Space & Practicality

Body Type
SUV
Doors
4
Seats
5
Boot capacity
377 L

Warranty

Dimensions

Boot capacity
377 L
Tyre size front
225/50 R18 mm
Tyre size back
225/50 R18 mm

Technical Information

Power
122 bhp

The best-looking dash that we've seen in a Toyota and a very stylish exterior.

Space would be an issue for taller passengers to the rear of the car.

Our Rating 4/5
  • Performance
  • Ride & Handling
  • Refinement
  • Quality & Reliability
  • Safety & Security
  • Space & Practicality
  • Verdict

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Toyota C-HR (2016)

4/5
Pros

The best-looking dash that we've seen in a Toyota and a very stylish exterior.

Cons

Space would be an issue for taller passengers to the rear of the car.

Our Rating 4/5
  • Performance
  • Ride & Handling
  • Refinement
  • Quality & Reliability
  • Safety & Security
  • Space & Practicality
  • Verdict
Verdict

Toyota are back in the race against Nissan in the compact SUV segment. The C-HR is a clear competitor with the likes of the Nissan Qashqai, and until you see it in the flesh, you just don't realise that this car is coming in at nearly the same size as the new Ateca from SEAT, the Tiguan from Volkswagen, the Nissan Qashqai and the Hyundai Tucson. This car should appeal to the green and the not-so-green alike, because like most other current Toyotas on the market, it is available with both a petrol and a hybrid engine set-up.

Performance

On paper, the C-HR does not look like the most exciting car in the world. Neither the 1.2 petrol nor the 1.8 hybrid offer exciting figures - however, it's still meeting the average for the segment. On-paper, the 1.2 litre petrol engine will bring you from 0-100km/h in 10.9 seconds and it has a top-speed of 190km/h. The 1.8 litre hybrid brings you from 0-100km/ in 11 seconds and the top speed goes to 170 km/h. The 1.8 litre hybrid gives 122 bhp, while the 1.2 litre gives 116 bhp. The manual 1.2 litre has a 6-speed gearbox, while the 1.8 has a CVT set-up. The CVT box can make things a bit noisy as it struggles to get comfortable with itself.

Ride & Handling

The 1.2 litre engine seems comfortable in its skin. It's nice on bends and the steering is direct. Naturally, the hybrid feels heavier and it doesn't feel as comfortable on bends - however, it's not problematic. The 1.2 drives surprisingly well on those corners and there is minimal roll. The car also deals with Irish road imperfections with ease.

Refinement

The smaller of the two engines is refined and it doesn't suffer from engine-noise intrusion. As is common with CVT transmissions, they can be noisy and even though the 1.8 is incredibly quiet in electric mode, the car moans as it is trying to get comfortable in its gear. Apart from that, there is some road and wind noise from the C-HR on the motorway.

Quality & Reliability

All new Toyota's come with a comprehensive three-year warranty (or 100,000km) which also has three year's free roadside assistance. As a brand, Toyota has an excellent reputation - despite large recalls in the past. The materials within the cabin don't at all feel cheap and the dash materials in the Sol variant feel excellent.

Safety & Security

As of yet, the Toyota C-HR has not undergone the Euro NCAP tests. It is available with "Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection", lane departure warning, road sign assist and automatic high beam.

Space & Practicality

The front cabin is spacious and comfortable, and we'd even go as far as to say that it has one of the nicest Toyota dashes that we have seen. The rear, because of the coupe-like sloped roof, the windows get smaller going back, which means things start to feel dark in there. The darkened tinted windows in our test vehicle also added to a slightly cramped feel. Head room is surprisingly good within the CH-R. The boot offers 377 litres, which is nowhere near the space available in the Ateca (510), the Renault Kadjar (527 litres) or even the Qashqai (430 litres). However, Toyota is trying to break the mould with this vehicle by making it so coupe-like.

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