Toyota C-HR

The Toyota C-HR is a funky small SUV which arrived in Australia in February 2017.

C-HR stands for ‘Coupe High Rider’ and the surprisingly adventurous styling for the usually-conservative Toyota is intended to attract younger buyers. It also sits pretty much half-way between the Corolla and RAV4.

Currently, the range extends from the C-HR (2WD) which arrives at $26,990 and reaches up to the C-HR KOBA (AWD) which lists at $35,290.

From launch, the C-HR was available in just two variants, the base-spec and the flagship Koba. It could also be optioned with either a front- or all-wheel drive. It also arrived with manual availability for the base model, with all other variants paired with a CVT auto.

This vehicle is also known as Toyota IZOA (China FAW-Toyota).

Toyota C-HR Reviews

Editor's Pick

Toyota C-HR 2017

Toyota's first-ever city-sized SUV - the C-HR - finally arrived in February 2017, and it is unlike any Toyota to have gone before it.Read more

2018

Toyota C-HR 2018 review: Koba

City-sized SUVs aren't heading for Kakadu anytime soon. They're all about funky design, the latest tech and value-for-money. Toyota's C-HR certainly pushes the design envelope.Read more

2017

Toyota C-HR Koba AWD 2018 review

Everyone had something to say about the Toyota C-HR Koba. From the moment I picked it up, to the moment I dropped it off a week later, I got comments from just about everyone who saw it.Read more

Toyota C-HR manual 2017 review

It's fair to say the C-HR is challenging to look at, and about as far removed from the usual bland brand statements we get from the world's largest car company as a Prius is from the word 'pretty'.Read more

Toyota C-HR Koba AWD 2017 review

Kids, eh? You keep them safe in Mum and Dad Corollas and Camrys. Grandma ferries them in an Echo or Yaris. And how do they repay you? By buying other, supposedly funkier, mini-SUVs from other brands.Read more

Toyota C-HR Koba 2WD 2017 review

Toyota probably could have easily made an SUV version of its Corolla, and it would have been great, and lots of people would have bought it, but Toyota built the C-HR instead.Read more

Toyota C-HR 2017 review

Andrew Chesterton road tests and reviews the new Toyota C-HR with specs, fuel consumption and verdict at its Australian launch in Victoria.Read more

Toyota C-HR Koba 2017 review: snapshot

The Koba model sits atop the C-HR tree in Australia, and will set you back $35,290.Read more

Toyota C-HR 2017 review

Jack Pyefinch road test and reviews the new Toyota C-HR small SUV with price, fuel consumption and verdict at its international launch in Spain.Read more
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Price Guide

$31,140

Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)

Lowest Price

$26,990

Highest Price

$35,290

Range & Specifications

2018 SUV
(2WD)
MSRP
$28,990
ANCAP Rating
2018 SUV
(AWD)
MSRP
$30,990
ANCAP Rating
2018 SUV
KOBA (2WD)
MSRP
$33,290
ANCAP Rating
2018 SUV
KOBA (AWD)
MSRP
$35,290
ANCAP Rating

Toyota C-HR News

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25 October 2017 by James Cleary

2017 Toyota C-HR scores five ANCAP stars

1 March 2017 by Robbie Wallis

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