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Hello everyone.
I live in the Netherlands.
On January 25, 2017 I bought a Toyota C-HR 1.2T Multidrive CVT, Color Metal Stream Grey (1K0), equipment package Dynamic, 18" Toyota Multi Spoke Wheels with Yokohama Advan 225/50/18 tires and for winter 17" Toyota Style Wheels with Yokohama W-drive snow tires 215/60/17.

I'm still waiting for the delivery of the C-HR.
The expected delivery date is mid-April.

On this forum, I hope to get ideas to personalize the C-HR.

(sorry if I did not write English well)
 

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Below the main equipment of the Dynamic Package in Netherlands (it depends on county);
(in alphabetic order)

4.2" color display
6 speakers
Auto dimming rearview mirror
Automatic air conditioning dual zone
Bluetooth music streaming
Bluetooth® hands-free system
Digital Radio (DAB +)
Driver's seat with height adjustment
Follow me home lighting
Front fog lamps
Leather steering wheel with controls for audio, Bluetooth®, cruise control and Toyota Safety Sense
LED daytime running lights
Mirrors electrically adjusted vertically heated and folding
Multimedia System Toyota Touch® 2
Parking assist rear camera with guide lines
Rain sensor
Road Sign Assist (RSA); road signs recognition
Seven airbags including knee airbag
Smart Entry system (driver, passenger, rear seat and trunk)
Start button
Sun visor with lighting and mirrors (driver and passenger)
Toyota Safety Sense®
-Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)
-Automatic High Beam (AHB)
-Lane Depart Alert (LDA) with automatic steering correction
-Pre-collision System (PCS) with pedestrian recognition
-Security: ABS, EBD, BA, VSC and TRC
Twilight sensor
Tyre Pressure Monitoring
 

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Welcome to the forum! Everyone is pretty much waiting for the new C-HR deliveries.
I'm from Canada and we don't seem to have the Dynamic Package which made me believe that the features will come standard, but I can't see the Auto dimming rearview mirror feature on the spec page. wonder if there are region specific features for the C-HR.

How much did everything end up costing you?
 

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In Netherlands we pay very much tax for cars. The prices are much higer than other countries.
Below the Dutch prices( 1 feb 2017) from al packages and engines available;
( Prices are in EURO. 1 EURO = 1,06459 USD)
For Metallic paint you payed 765 EURO more.

aut = CVT

1.2 Turbo Comfort 25.250,
1.2 Turbo Dynamic 27.560,-
1.2 Turbo Executive 30.060,-
1.2 Turbo Premium 32.560,-
1.2 Turbo Bi-Tone 30.560,-
1.2 Turbo Bi-Tone Plus 33.560,-

1.2 Turbo Dynamic aut 29.060,-
1.2 Turbo Executive aut 31.560,-
1.2 Turbo Premium aut 34.060,-
1.2 Turbo Bi-Tone aut 32.060,-
1.2 Turbo Bi-Tone Plus aut 35.060,-

1.2 Turbo AWD Executive aut 35.260,-
1.2 Turbo AWD Premium aut 37.760,-
1.2 Turbo AWD Bi-Tone aut 35.760,-
1.2 Turbo AWD Bi-Tone Plus aut 38.760,-

1.8 Hybrid Dynamic aut 30.260,-
1.8 Hybrid Executive aut 32.760,-
1.8 Hybrid Premium aut 35.260,-
1.8 Hybrid Bi-Tone aut 33.260,-
1.8 Hybrid Bi-Tone Plus aut 36.260,-
 

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Well, thank you very much for all of that in depth information first of all! Now let's see some pictures of that C-HR when you pick it up !! Congratulations :)
 

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Converting the base model to USD and comparing it to the MSRP there, the C-HR costs 3k more. Ouch.

Let us know how your drive home in the brand new C-HR feels.
 

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Converting the base model to USD and comparing it to the MSRP there, the C-HR costs 3k more. Ouch.

Let us know how your drive home in the brand new C-HR feels.

The price from the basemodel is 14433 euro without tax, more then 10000 euro is going to the government
 

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Guess import taxes in the Netherlands are a lot higher than North America if the gov't is getting half of the final price. Are you picking up the C-HR this weekend?
 

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****, That's a hefty tax. Nonetheless, can't escape it so you gotta do what you gotta do. April 14th is right around the corner though, getting excited?
 

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****, That's a hefty tax. Nonetheless, can't escape it so you gotta do what you gotta do. April 14th is right around the corner though, getting excited?
Yes of course excited.
Because the cars are expensive here that's why you get also a lot back for your old car.
So figuratively it is only the first purchase which is very expensive , unless you always buy a larger or more expensive car.
 

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So at the end of the day it works out then which is alright.

Have you thought of any modifications that you'd want to get done ? Granted you haven't gotten to drive it around yet but at least aesthetically?
 

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So at the end of the day it works out then which is alright.

Have you thought of any modifications that you'd want to get done ? Granted you haven't gotten to drive it around yet but at least aesthetically?
Yes in the future i think some mods came.
My current car also have many mods.(engine, gearbox, and handling)
 

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BTW, the first mod is mounted when I pick up the C-HR.
The stock wheels came with snow tires, and mounted when I pick up the C-HR are Toyota Multispoke wheels 18" With Yokohama Advan tires 225/50/18.
For pics see my garage.
 

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I don't like them at all, looks like it belongs on something from an older era and not this one. But if thats what we get, it will be the perfect catalyst to create an excuse so I can go aftermarket ;)
 

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Did a 260 km trip yesterday. Very nice driving in the C-HR.
The fuel economy was 6.4 liter at 100 km
Not bad for the relatively heavy C-HR.
Average speed on the highway about 115 kmh
 

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In Netherlands we pay very much tax for cars. The prices are much higer than other countries.
Below the Dutch prices( 1 feb 2017) from al packages and engines available;
( Prices are in EURO. 1 EURO = 1,06459 USD)
For Metallic paint you payed 765 EURO more.

aut = CVT

1.2 Turbo Comfort 25.250,
1.2 Turbo Dynamic 27.560,-
1.2 Turbo Executive 30.060,-
1.2 Turbo Premium 32.560,-
1.2 Turbo Bi-Tone 30.560,-
1.2 Turbo Bi-Tone Plus 33.560,-

1.2 Turbo Dynamic aut 29.060,-
1.2 Turbo Executive aut 31.560,-
1.2 Turbo Premium aut 34.060,-
1.2 Turbo Bi-Tone aut 32.060,-
1.2 Turbo Bi-Tone Plus aut 35.060,-

1.2 Turbo AWD Executive aut 35.260,-
1.2 Turbo AWD Premium aut 37.760,-
1.2 Turbo AWD Bi-Tone aut 35.760,-
1.2 Turbo AWD Bi-Tone Plus aut 38.760,-

1.8 Hybrid Dynamic aut 30.260,-
1.8 Hybrid Executive aut 32.760,-
1.8 Hybrid Premium aut 35.260,-
1.8 Hybrid Bi-Tone aut 33.260,-
1.8 Hybrid Bi-Tone Plus aut 36.260,-
I live in Denmark, and it's even worse here! The C-HR starts at 38.900 euros (or 289.000 DKK). However that tax applies to all our cars, so we're used to the high prices in general. :frown2:
For example the Toyota Aygo costs 14.800..
 
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