Pricing and specs of the refreshed Toyota C-HR has been unveiled in the UK. The SUV goes to sale in four trim options, one of which is the new Dynamic Edition. It has been confirmed that customer deliveries will start in January 2020.
The base model C-HR Icon rides on 17-inch alloy wheels and features infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, LED headlights, rear view reversing camera car, the Safety Sense package, and dual-zone climate control. The price for the C-HR Icon is £25,625 ($33,016).
The Design with the 1.8-liter hybrid powertrain costs from £28,005 ($36,083). But if you choose the 2.0-liter hybrid option, the price will be £29,645 ($38,196). The model gains 18-inch wheels, heated and auto folding mirrors, auto-dimming rearview mirror, heated front seats, rear privacy glass, smart entry, navigation system, and piano black trim among others.
Going up one ladder, the C-HR Excel offers the two same powertrains, costing £30,110 ($38,795) and £31,750 ($40,908), respectively. The model gets LED front and rear lights, puddle lights, driver’s seat with power adjustment, heated steering wheel, leather upholstery, Blind Spot Monitor and Rear Cross Traffic Warning with automatic emergency braking. More costly is the Dynamic trim, which is priced from £30,250 ($38,975) and £31,890 ($41,088), gaining metallic color with a contrasting roof.
Coming with the Excel specifications, the C-HR Orange Edition gets a Scorched Orange finish and a black roof. The special model is powered by the 2.0-liter hybrid powertrain, rides on matte black 18-inch alloy wheels, and features a JBL premium audio system. Toyota makes only 500 examples of it with price starting at £32,585 ($41,984).
The enhanced 1.8-liter powertrain is capable of producing 120 horsepower and gains an improved battery pack. As for the 2.0-liter unit, it’s new for 2020 and produces 181 horsepower. Cars powered by the latter also have superior soundproofing, in addition to an upgraded suspension system.