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Toyota C-HR Leasing

With its dramatic angles and sporty stance, there’s no missing the Toyota C-HR on the road. Under the metal, it’s a proven and sensible proposition, driven by petrol-electric hybrid technology shared with the more sober-looking Toyota Prius hatchback. And while those swoopy exterior looks mean that on the inside the C-HR is not the most spacious family SUV you can lease, it’s still a very attractive leasing choice for any number of reasons.
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Top 3 Features

Practical and reliable.

Head-turning, space-age styling.

Choice of 2 efficient hybrid engines.

  • You’ll probably guess just by looking at it that the C-HR is not the out-and-out class leader when it comes to practicality. All those curves and angles that make it look so good do have an impact on interior and boot space, but it’s not a total write-off in this regard.

    Taller adults may find their heads brushing the roof when sitting in the back, while children may not be thrilled with the high windowline, which can leave them with little or no view out. Elsewhere, boot capacity varies depending on what engine you pick – 443 litres for the 1.8-litre and 424 litres for the 2.0-litre – but either way it’s less than most family SUVs and more in line with the capacity of VW Golf-sized hatchbacks. But it’s still a useful shape with a wide opening, so most people will find it sufficient.

  • The 1.8-litre hybrid engine in the C-HR returns between 53- and 58mpg depending on the exact trim level and wheel size selected, while CO2 emissions range from 110- to 120g/km for similar reasons. That’s far off plug-in-hybrid efficiency figures, but still pretty good for a midsized, petrol-fuelled SUV. The C-HR is at its most efficient around town, where its electric motor can come into play more often than on the motorway, so before leasing think carefully about the type of journeys you usually do. The more powerful 2.0-litre hybrid engine records slightly inferior figures to the 1.8-litre – 50-54mpg economy and 119-128g/km of CO2.

Models Available

The C-HR gets just the 1 bodystyle – a 5-door SUV – although it looks more akin to a 3-door coupe thanks to a swoopy roofline and hidden rear door handles.

High Performance Models

Toyota offers a ‘GR Sport’ trim level for the C-HR – although in truth it’s only marginally different from the standard car, rather than being a full-on performance model, with main changes being tweaks to the suspension and exterior styling additions.

Trim Levels

Trim Levels Available: Icon, Design, Excel, Dynamic, GR SportEvery C-HR comes with a decent haul of kit as standard, including the full ‘Toyota Safety Sense’ suite of safety systems, electric windows all round, a 6-speaker stereo, an 8-inch touchscreen, dual-zone air-conditioning, 60/40 split-folding rear seats, and leather trim for the steering wheel and gearlever.

The Toyota C-HR Vs Competitors

The C-HR’s sci-fi styling really helps it stand out against rivals – it’ll certainly turn more heads than a Skoda Karoq or Renault Kadjar, for example. It’s more entertaining to drive than a lot of the competition, too, but the likes of the Skoda and Renault cars have the Toyota beaten when it comes to interior space and versatility, so ultimately it comes down to your priorities when deciding which one to lease.
  • Toyota has one of the best reliability reputations of any major car brand, and backs that up with a 5-year/100,000-mile warranty on all its models – a warranty that can be extended up to 10 years simply by continuing to have your car serviced at Toyota main dealers.

  • The exact boot capacity depends on engine size – the 1.8-litre can hold 443 litres, while the figure for the 2.0-litre is 424 litres.

  • The line-up starts with entry-level Icon and also encompasses Design, Excel, Dynamic and GR Sport specifications.

  • On the entry-level Icon spec, front and rear parking sensors are an option, but every other trim level gets them as standard.

  • It’s not as practical as more conventionally shaped, boxy family SUVs like the Nissan Qashqai or Ford Kuga, but it’s still spacious inside and has a decent-shaped boot that’s easy to access – if a little smaller than those of rivals.

  • Many people will be tempted to lease a Toyota C-HR purely on the strength of its snazzy looks, but they’ll probably end up satisfied customers thanks to its more down-to-earth qualities like strong reliability and good efficiency.

  • Leasing a C-HR with Vanarama is the smartest way to upgrade what you drive. Not only will you get the best price, guaranteed with our Price Promise*, there’s also no hidden fees, extra protection should the worst happen and access to expert advice when you need it! What are you waiting for? Find your New Lease Of Life today!

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