This is the Toyota C-HR 2024, the new generation of the successful Japanese SUV that brings with it many changes.
The best-selling Japanese SUV, now also available as a PHEV, debuts in a Premier version for 43,000 euros. This is the Toyota C-HR 2024, the new generation of the successful Japanese SUV that brings with it many changes. Its new features are very important, highlighting the PHEV variant, a plug-in hybrid with great capabilities. The manufacturer’s sales figures in Europe increased with the introduction of the first generation, so there is hope for a repeat of the success.
The new 2024 Toyota C-HR debuts with two special launch paint jobs. We are talking about the Premiere Edition and the GR Sport Premiere Edition, the most expensive and best-equipped C-HR we can buy. And with this launch, the SUV will be equipped with cheaper versions. Two versions that have many elements in common, apart from a few accessories,
The Toyota C-HR Premiere Edition has 19-inch wheels, LED headlights, a panoramic roof, a digital interior mirror, an electrically opening tailgate, leather upholstery with contrast stitching, and an electrically adjustable seat with memory function. It also features a 360-degree camera and a JBL premium sound system. It has digital instrumentation and a screen for the multimedia system, both 12.3 inches.
The GR Sport Premiere Edition trim has a similar feature list with a few exceptions. The upholstery, for example, is made of leather in combination with Alcantara. In addition, the wheels are 20 inches. It also has an ambient-light Smart interior with 24 programs. This light changes automatically depending on the time of day, including intense tones in the morning and relaxing tones in the afternoon.
Toyota C-HR 2024, first contact with a renewed SUV and now also PHEV
The big novelty of this generation of the Toyota model is the PHEV, the first of which is called Zero. We are talking about a plug-in hybrid that combines the 2.0-liter gasoline engine with 152 hp with a 120 kW, or 163 hp, electric motor. This system features a 13.6 kWh battery to complete a configuration of 223 hp. In addition, up to 66 km of electric autonomy are announced. Its consumption is between 1 and 1.2 l/100 km in the combined cycle, making it the best value in this range.
The range of the new SUV starts at 43,150 euros with the release versions. However, the 198-hp hybrid engine is included in this price. At a price of 48,150 euros, the 223-hp PHEV version is dangerously close to 50,000 euros. When financing with Toyota, there is a discount of 1,000 euros on all versions. The brand offers installments starting at 300 euros per month over 48 months.