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Overview:

Mileage: 10
Trans: Automatic
Body: Hatchback
Year: 18/18
Colour: White pearl - Pearl
Fuel Type: Petrol

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Key Features

Reference Number: 0TO-501603

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Specification

"A delivery mileage example of the fantastic new C-HR (Coupe High Rider) in top of the range Dynamic trim with Pearle scent paint and automatic transmission."

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David Littlewood, General Manager

Toyota Chesterfield

Specification
Body Glass
Rear wiper
Privacy glass
Front and rear electric windows
Rain sensitive windscreen wipers
Rear windscreen defogger
Heated rear windscreen
Brakes
ABS+EBD+Brake assist
Hill start assist control (HAC)
ESP + traction control
Chassis/Suspension
Vehicle Stability Control (VSC)
Communication
Bluetooth system
Driver Aids
PAS
Adaptive cruise control
Lane departure warning system
Reversing camera
Traffic sign recognition
Collision prevention assist
Lane change assist and blind Spot monitor
Rear cross traffic alert
Intelligent parking assist with front, rear and side parking sensors
Driver Convenience
Push button starter
Driver Information
Lights on warning
Touch 2 Go navigation system
4.2" Colour TFT driver information display
Trip computer
Driving Mirrors
Electric folding door mirrors
Auto dimming rear view mirror
Body colour heated door mirrors
Electric door mirrors
Entertainment
DAB Digital radio
Steering wheel mounted controls
USB Connection
Auxiliary input socket
Exterior Body Features
Rear spoiler
Body colour door handles
Shark fin roof aerial
Body coloured bumpers
Exterior Lights
LED daytime running lights
LED headlights
LED rear lights
Auto high beam
Bi-tone black roof
Follow me home headlights
Automatic headlight levelling
LED front fog lights
Heating/Cooling/Ventilation
Dual Zone automatic air conditioning
Interior Features
Cloth upholstery
Front and rear door pockets
Front cupholders x 2
12V Accessory socket
Chrome interior door handles
Tilt/telescopic steering column
Leather gear knob
Illuminated door sills
Nappa leather steering wheel
Front centre armrest
Interior Lights
Illuminated entry system
Safety
Front and rear curtain airbags
Rear child proof door locks
Tyre pressure monitoring system
Driver/Front Passenger airbags
Driver/front passenger side airbags
Drivers knee airbag
Airbag deactivation switch
Road sign information display
3x3 point rear seatbelts
Seats
Heated front seats
Rear headrests
Front head restraints
Lumbar support
Child seat anchorage points
Folding rear seats
Height adjustable drivers seat
Security
Immobiliser
Smart entry
Alarm
Remote central locking
Vanity Mirrors
Driver/passenger sunvisors and illuminated vanity mirrors
Wheels - Spare
Tyre repair kit

The specification listed for this vehicle was standard when purchased new. The actual specification may vary, for confirmation, please contact our sales department.

Features

Ten Second Review

Toyota aims to bring something fresh to the growing compact Crossover segment with its C-HR. Here, concept car looks are matched to proven mechanicals that include a hybrid powerplant. If you're thinking of buying something Qashqai-sized in this class or one of the trendier compact models, then this fashionable contender could be exactly what you're looking for.

Background

What if you want a fashionable little Crossover - say, something like a Nissan Juke? If that's the case, you may have been a little put off by the cramped interior and rather average build quality you get with models of that sort. So what if another brand were able to offer you a contender that was even trendier, better made, more efficient and not that much more expensive? You'd be interested wouldn't you? Well that's apparently exactly what's being offered here in the form of Toyota's C-HR. 'C-HR' is supposed to stand for 'Coupe High-Rider' and sure enough, this car has a very coupe-style look. More importantly, we're told that it drives in a coupe-like way too. Sounds promising doesn't it? Let's check this model out.

Driving Experience

The C-HR is being offered with two familiar engines from Toyota's Auris hatch. The most affordable variant gets a 114bhp 1.2-litre turbo petrol engine and is available with a six-speed manual gearbox or a CVT automatic - and front or all-wheel drive. Alternatively, buyers can choose a full hybrid powertrain with 120bhp, but that's 2WD-only. For the C-HR, Toyota has made its hybrid system lighter and more efficient, and engineered it to give sharper performance. Detailed design changes to the 1.8-litre hybrid engine have resulted in 40% thermal efficiency - a world-beating level for a petrol unit. Other hybrid components have been made lighter and smaller, and have been repositioned for improved packaging. As for handling, well this Toyota aims to set a fresh standard in a segment not noted for sharply-responsive models. The engineers realised that the major issue with taller Crossovers of this sort related to bodyroll and its detrimental effect on ride comfort. Huge efforts have therefore gone into structuring this model's TNGA platform and giving it a low centre of gravity so that the car doesn't pitch about through the corners. Steering feel has been emphasised too, something else that tends to be lacking on this class of car. As a result of all this effort, Chief Engineer Hiroyuki Koba is convinced that a C-HR handles up to a standard comparable with any conventional Focus-segment hatch.

Design and Build

Toyota's first proper entrant in the Crossover segment should cause quite a stir, styled with a combination of a coupe-like upper body and the powerful underpinnings of an SUV. Coupe-like elements include disguised rear door handles, integrated into the rear pillars. At the rear the strongly tapered cabin features a top-hinged tailgate that gives access to loadspace big enough to carry luggage for five people. This styling contrasts with the pronounced flaring of the wheel arches which gives C-HR a wide and powerful stance. Inside, layered architecture for the instrument panel aims to create a warm and welcoming feel and there's an 8-inch 'Toyota Touch 2' multimedia system that's angled slightly towards the driver. Because the touchscreen stands proud of the dashboard, rather than being enclosed by it, the upper section of the dash is considerably shallower in depth, helping secure good field of vision for the driver. The two-tiered front seat design combines a slender, sporty upper section with a more strongly bolstered and supporting lower part. The difference between the two is emphasised by the use of different tones, textures and patterns in the upholstery. Overall, there's a high quality feel to the cabin and decorative parts around the dash are finished in high-quality piano black and satin silver trim.

Market and Model

Expect C-HR ownership to need a £22,000-£30,000 budget of the same order as required by rival trendy Crossovers in this class like Honda's HR-V and Jeep's Renegade. There are three trim levels - 'Icon', 'Excel' and 'Dynamic'. The proposition here gives you slightly less space than models like Nissan's Qashqai and Renault's Kadjar but more fashionable looks and better on-road dynamics. It's a formula will can see quite a number of potential buyers liking quite a lot. Equipment levels fit with this approach. Top level models may be specified with heated front seats, a smart entry system, rear privacy glass, bespoke upholstery (including part-leather), a Park-Assist system, 18-inch alloy wheels and bi-tone metallic paintwork. In addition, the C-HR can be equipped with a tailor-made JBL premium audio system, comprising an eight-channel, 576W stereo amplifier and nine speakers, including two newly-patented acoustic JBL wave guides - known as horn tweeters. More importantly, the Toyota 'Safety Sense' package is standard across the range. It includes a Pre-Collision System with pedestrian warning, Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Departure Alert with steering control, Automatic High Beam and Road Sign Assist.

Cost of Ownership

Hybrid engines are rare in the Crossover segment. In fact, only Kia's Niro can offer petrol/electric technology in this class and that model looks pretty frumpy in comparison to this one. It'll be less efficient too, for a Hybrid-powered C-HR can return up to 78.5mpg on the combined cycle and up to 82g/km of CO2. The alternative engine is a 1.2-litre petrol turbo unit. In front-driven form, this manages up to 51.9mpg on the combined cycle and up to 125g/km of CO2. Specify the CVT auto gearbox and those figures fall only slightly to 48.7mpg and 134g/km. Go for the CVT gearbox and AWD and you're looking at 45.6mpg and 143g/km.

Rear wiper, ABS+EBD+Brake assist, Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), Bluetooth system, PAS, Push button starter, Lights on warning, Electric folding door mirrors, DAB Digital radio, Rear spoiler, LED daytime running lights...

Performance

Performance
Performance
0 to 60 mph (secs)
0 to 62 mph (secs)11.1
Engine Power - BHP115
Engine Power - KW85
Engine Power - PS
Engine Power - RPM5600
Engine Torque - LBS.FT136
Engine Torque - MKG18.9
Engine Torque - NM185
Engine Torque - RPM1500
Top Speed114

Go Green

Green Stats
Emissions - ICE
CO0.181
CO2 (g/km)135 (g/km)
HC0.023
HC+NOxN
NOx0.016
Particles0.0012
Standard Euro EmissionsEURO 6
Fuel Consumption - ICE
EC Combined (mpg)47.9
EC Directive 1999/100/EC Applies
EC Extra Urban (mpg)55.4
EC Urban (mpg)38.7

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