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Toyota announces revised C-HR range

Cyan Blue Toyota C-HR Design

Toyota has refreshed the trim levels on the C-HR crossover, adding more specification and a new Design grade.

The new C-HR Design comes with 18-inch alloy wheels, rear privacy glass and auto-folding heated door mirrors with integrated turn indicators.

Welcoming entry illumination and ambient cabin lighting are also part of the package, together with smart entry and push-button start. The front seats are heated and have power-adjustable lumbar support.

Satnav with connected services and park assist complete the package, which builds on the Icon specification.

C-HR Excel models gain full leather upholstery and rear LED lights.

For the Dynamic grade there are new 18-inch alloys and a silver trim line on the dashboard.

Design and Dynamic models can be specified with optional leather upholstery and a premium JBL sound system – individually or in a combined pack. The more powerful audio system can also be obtained for the C-HR Excel.

The C-HR can now be specified in vibrant Cyan Blue paintwork; a host of customisation options allows for an even more personalised look, including contrast colours for the side sills, front bumper inserts, lower boot trim, fog light surrounds and door mirror covers.

The Toyota C-HR continues to be available with a 1.8-litre hybrid electric powertrain, or with a 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol engine.

The hybrid version accounts for 77% of sales and offers combined fuel consumption of 74.3mpg with 86g/km CO2 emissions.

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