Prices for the 2020 Toyota C-HR Hybrid for the European market have become known.
The base car is the UK costs from £25,625. It is on-the-road-price. Four trim levels are offered to the British customers priced from £25,625 to £31,890, plus a special Orange Edition available at £32,595 only in 500 units.
In Germany manufacturer’s suggested retail prices vary from €26,290 to €35,990. There are five trim levels on offer, plus the Orange Edition costing €38,690.
Deliveries to customers begin in January 2020. All versions are covered by Toyota’s 5-year/100,000-mile new car warranty.
What is important, buyers now have a choice of self-charging hybrid powertrains: a next-generation 1.8-liter 122-hp system or an all-new more powerful 2.0-liter one with near 185 hp. The latter achieves a top thermal efficiency of 41% – the world’s highest level for a mass-production engine.
The model, which is a best-seller on some European markets including the UK, has undergone the first significant updates since its launch in 2016.
Toyota extends the C-HR’s equipment list, makes dynamic, noise and vibration improvements, uprates suspension.