New Toyota C-HR Hybrid 2020


Toyota C-HR has always stood out on account of its daring design, smart cabin and accomplished driving dynamics. Now, three years on from launch, it’s been given a little makeover and, in contrast to its rivals, it comes solely as a hybrid.
With more than 400,000 sales to its name, the C-HR has been a hit for Toyota. Designed and engineered in Europe, it was built to tap into the insatiable demand for small SUVs, with 50,000 of those cars finding homes in Britain.

Toyota hasn’t tinkered with the styling that much; there are new front and rear bumpers, two new alloy wheel designs, new lights and, if you’re an I-Spy fan, you’ll win 50 points for noticing the front foglamps have moved outwards in the bumper.
According to Toyota Europe, the 1.8-litre hybrid powertrain has also been "improved", though doesn’t exactly divulge where these improvements have been made. The 122hp (91kW) system power output remains unchanged.
Elsewhere, the C-HR picks up a revised tune for the power steering system for improved feel, while all variants also benefit from an "upgraded NVH pack" to further reduce cabin noise.
Models fitted with the 2.0-litre hybrid powertrain also get a new suspension system that "improves ride comfort" too.
Source: .caradvice /autoexpress


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