Both C-HR GXL and Koba specification levels carry a turbocharged 1.2-litre engine that runs on petrol and pairs with an automatic transmission. There no longer is a manual option. The drivetrain is available in front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive configurations.
All C-HRs seat five with two ISOFIX points fitted to the rear two outboard seats. Cargo space is 318 litres while towing capacity is capped at 600kg.
Toyota has tweaked the C-HR and added further features to the GXL that already offers high levels of specification with keyless entry and push button start, including pedestrian detection on its forward collision system.
The higher grade Koba scores heated leather seats and tinted windows (privacy glass).
The C-HR features an eight-inch infotainment player and focuses on wireless connectivity with Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as USB connectivity, but without CD player functionality.
Does the Toyota C-HR have a navigation system?
The C-HR features satellite navigation and a SUNA traffic channel feature that provides live traffic updates, as well as voice recognition.
Is the Toyota C-HR electric?
The Toyota C-HR Koba hybrid features electrification, with a motor and battery pack that lowers fuel consumption from 6.4 to 4.3 litres per 100km without plug-in capability. It costs $2500 more than its petrol only equivalent.