Introducing a completely new breed of car- the Toyota C-HR

Introducing a completely new breed of car- the Toyota C-HR

Feb 1, 2017

Introducing a completely new breed of car- the Toyota C-HR

The all-new Toyota C-HR introduces a distinctive styling that brings newfound dynamism and sensuality to the SUV market. 
Like piloting a dynamic hatchback cloaked in the comforts of an SUV, the Toyota C-HR has been created to make you feel at one with the road, so you enjoy journeys where every bend blends seamlessly into the next. Made for drivers by drivers, the Toyota C-HR gives you the perfect excuse to just drive.

At the rear, distinctive boomerang-shaped rear lamps emphasize the Toyota C-HR’s build, while the sharp tailgate and rear bumper give a great finish.



Inside, you’re greeted by a high- quality interior that offers comfort for five adults. A sweeping driver-orientated dashboard and contoured seats envelop you, putting you in control.

If one look at the new Toyota C-HR makes you want to tell others about it, just wait till you get behind the wheel…

The driver oriented area incorporates innovative details and intuitive, approachable high technology. All operating switchgear, and an 8" display audio touch-screen featuring a redesigned and improved HMI (Human Machine Interface) with Toyota’s Multi-Media ’16 navigation platform and enhanced connected services are slightly oriented towards the driver.
As part of Toyota’s commitment to democratise advanced safety equipment, Toyota Safety Sense is standard across the range. The system includes a Pre-Collision System (including Pedestrian Recognition), Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Departure Alert with steering control, Automatic High Beam and Road Sign Assist. 

State of the Art Powertrains

The Toyota C-HR is equipped with an engine-range that is designed to deliver exactly the fluent, engaging driving behaviour that its customers are looking for. This is most powerfully expressed by the segment-unique, range-topping, full hybrid version, the intrinsic characteristics of which guarantee a smooth, jolt-free ride.

Toyota Ireland recently announced significant growth in its hybrid car sales for 2016 compared to 2015 and there has been a recognisable shift in consumer interest towards choosing alternatives to diesel.  Fitted with the latest-generation hybrid power plant, the C-HR generates CO2 emissions as low as 88 g/km – a figure unrivalled within its segment – and returns combined fuel consumption of only 3.7 l/100 km. 
Delivering 90 kW/122 DIN hp, this new hybrid powertrain is not only more efficient and lighter than the previous system, but also offers sharper performance. Detailed design changes to the engine have resulted in a thermal efficiency of 40% – a world-beating performance for a petrol unit. 
Other hybrid system components have been made lighter and smaller, and have been repositioned for optimum packaging, further contributing to the car’s low centre of gravity.

The C-HR is also available with a new 1.2 litre turbo engine, which debuted in the Auris. Delivering 85 kW/116 DIN hp and 185 Nm of torque, this unit generates CO2 emission from 139 g/km. It may be mated to either a 6-speed manual gearbox or a Continuously Variable Transmission. CVT equipped versions are available in all-wheel drive.



The vehicle is available in three grades, Luna, Luna Sport and SOL full details of which can be found on 



Luna Sport


1.2 Petrol


1.2 Petrol


1.2 Petrol








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