Used Toyota C-HR Cars for Sale

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Representative example (PCP)

Borrowing £9,000 with a £1,000 deposit at a representative APR of 8.9%.


Fixed rate of interest
4.33%

36 monthly payments
£178.68

Total amount payable
£11,782.13

Cost of credit
£1,782.13

Optional final payment
£4,349.65

Annual mileage limit
10,000 miles

Excess mileage charge
6p/mile
  1. Representative example (PCP)

    Borrowing £9,000 with a £1,000 deposit at a representative APR of 8.9%.


    Fixed rate of interest
    4.33%

    36 monthly payments
    £178.68

    Total amount payable
    £11,782.13

    Cost of credit
    £1,782.13

    Optional final payment
    £4,349.65

    Annual mileage limit
    10,000 miles

    Excess mileage charge
    6p/mile

Thinking of buying a Toyota C-HR?

The Toyota C-HR is one of the most desirable cars in the medium-size SUV class, blending futuristic design with a stylish interior and lots of space. Toyota has an excellent record for reliability and safety. The C-HR is also very affordable to run.

Similar in size to a Nissan Qashqai, the Toyota C-HR is the entry point to Toyota’s SUV range, smaller than Toyota’s RAV4 and full-size Land Cruiser. The C-HR looks more stylish than its rivals and offers lots of practicality and space. Toyota has received numerous awards for the C-HR, including Parker’s Car of the Year.

Toyota C-HR common questions

Not only does the Toyota C-HR look good, it’s fun to drive and cost-effective to run. Its compact dimensions make it easy to park, but it’s also got more than enough space for most needs.

Toyota has a legendary reputation for reliability, while the hybrid engine has been tried and tested in the firm’s popular Prius. Not only has it finished top of many satisfaction surveys, the C-HR is backed by a five-year warranty.

All versions of the Toyota C-HR are inexpensive to run, with both petrol and hybrid models delivering excellent fuel economy and low tax bills. It’ll also cost no more to service than its rivals.

While smaller on the outside than some rivals, the Toyota is spacious and comfortable. It rides bumps well and the seats are extremely supportive. There’s also a big boot and lots of handy storage spaces.

Compared with its immediate SUV rivals, the C-HR is more engaging and entertaining to drive, while the hybrid engine offers performance with low running costs. It easily matches them for equipment, and is far more attractive.