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Toyota C-HR

Toyota unveiled the C-HR in 2016 to a rapidly-growing small SUV category which already contained the likes of the popular Mazda CX-3, Honda HR-V, and Suzuki Vitara. Featuring a new-for-Toyota turbocharged 1.2-litre engine, the C-HR represented a subtle shift in car design and driveability for the brand.

The C-HR has made a name for itself through its distinctive styling and large cabin for a small SUV body, while being equally as good to drive. Priced from $26,990 (before on-road costs), the C-HR includes the simply named C-HR as well as C-HR Koba model grades. 

Toyota C-HR (5)
  • (2WD)
    SUV
    Price:$26,990
    Body:SUV
    Fuel:Petrol
    Transmission:6 SP Manual
    Engine:1.2L, 4cyl Petrol Turbocharged
    Seats:5
    Safety Rating:
    StarStarStarStarStarHalf Star
    Fuel Economy:5.4 L / 100 km
  • (2WD)
    SUV
    Price:$28,990
    Body:SUV
    Fuel:Petrol
    Transmission:Continuous Variable
    Engine:1.2L, 4cyl Petrol Turbocharged
    Seats:5
    Safety Rating:
    StarStarStarStarStarHalf Star
    Fuel Economy:5.5 L / 100 km
  • (AWD)
    SUV
    Price:$30,990
    Body:SUV
    Fuel:Petrol
    Transmission:Continuous Variable
    Engine:1.2L, 4cyl Petrol Turbocharged
    Seats:5
    Safety Rating:
    StarStarStarStarStarHalf Star
    Fuel Economy:5.6 L / 100 km
  • Koba (2WD)
    SUV
    Price:$33,290
    Body:SUV
    Fuel:Petrol
    Transmission:Continuous Variable
    Engine:1.2L, 4cyl Petrol Turbocharged
    Seats:5
    Safety Rating:
    StarStarStarStarStarHalf Star
    Fuel Economy:5.5 L / 100 km
  • Koba (AWD)
    SUV
    Price:$35,290
    Body:SUV
    Fuel:Petrol
    Transmission:Continuous Variable
    Engine:1.2L, 4cyl Petrol Turbocharged
    Seats:5
    Safety Rating:
    StarStarStarStarStarHalf Star
    Fuel Economy:5.6 L / 100 km