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C-HR Priced From £20,995

Toyota announced the C-HR UK pricing and it starts from £20,995 and there's 11 grades to choose from. :surprise:

There's only 2 AWD options so anyone who wants it is stuck with 1.2T CVT Exel trim and the same engine with a dynamic trim.


 

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I've generally leaned towards AWD vehicles as they give me a sense of safety when it snows. That means I can only go for the Excel or Dynamic trims. Not sure what the difference between the two trims are as the engine looks to be the same.
 

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I've generally leaned towards AWD vehicles as they give me a sense of safety when it snows. That means I can only go for the Excel or Dynamic trims. Not sure what the difference between the two trims are as the engine looks to be the same.
Different grades, looks like the Dynamic gives you: Bi-tone Black Roof, LED headlights, Front LED fog light, Rear LED lights

Found this here: 2017*Toyota C-HR Review Specs Price Release Date - New Toyota CHR


Toyota C-HR Icon Trim Features and Specs

17″ alloy wheels (5-spoke)
Auto Headlights
Auto Wipers
Follow-me-home headlights
Reversing Camera
LED Daytime running lights
Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection
Lane Departure Alert with Steering Control
Road Sign Assist
Automatic High Beam
Adaptive Cruise Control
Front fog lights
Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
Vehicle Stability Control (VSC)
Immobiliser
Motion sensor & Intrusion alarm
Toyota Touch® 2 multimedia System with 8″ display
Bluetooth® Connectivity
Digital Audio Broadcast (DAB)
USB & Aux in connectors + 12v front outlet
6 speakers
3-spoke leather steering wheel with multimedia switches
Electronic parking brake
Leather gear shift
4.2″ Coloured TFT screen for multi-information display
Dual-zone automatic air conditioning
Audio & telephone switches on steering wheel
Electric Power Steering (EPS)
Auto-dimming rear view mirror
Front & rear power windows with auto up & down and anti-jam protection
Illuminated entry system

Toyota C-HR 2017 Excel Trim Features and Specs


In addition to Icon grade


18″ black machined-face alloy wheels (10-double-spoke)
Privacy glass on rear windows
Intelligent Parking Assist (IPA)
Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA)
Blind Spot Monitor (BSM)
Voice recognition
Heated driver & front passenger seats
Power-adjustable lumbar support on driver seat

2017 Toyota C-HR Dynamic Trim Features and Specs

In addition to Icon grade


18″ black machined-face alloy wheels (5-double-spoke)
Bi-tone Black Roof
LED headlights
Front LED fog lights
Rear LED lights
 

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I'm guessing this would be a good place to post this since the pricing is listed for the UK. According to carkeys, Toyota has a Scrappage Scheme where they will offer you up to £4,000 off a new Euro-6-rated petrol, diesel and hybrid car when you trade in your old car. This includes the C-HR Hybrid crossover, so something to look into if you haven't taken the dive in the UK.

https://www.carkeys.co.uk/news/toyota-scrappage-scheme-2017-how-does-it-work-and-do-i-qualify
 

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Won't be surprised if they get more trims because already that part of the world is getting the Yaris GRMN, but not North America, so there's some trend Toyota is seeing that has them comfortable with that side of the ocean.
 
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