14Toyota C-HR

Toyota C-HR (2017-2024)

 VerifiedAlso referred to as: Toyota C-HR 2023 and Toyota C-HR 2025.
14Toyota C-HR
4.2

41 reviews

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Build Quality
4.5
Value for Money
4.2
Cleaning & Maintenance
4.5
Noise Level
4.5
Braking
4.8
Acceleration / Power
3.7
Gear Shifting
4.2
Suspension
4.6
Fuel Efficiency
4.7
Handling
4.8
Interior Design
4.5
Boot Size
4.1
Comfort
4.7
Features
4.5

Reviews

41 reviews
LisaP68
LisaP68Illawarra, NSW49 posts
  C-HR AWD Koba 1.2L Petrol
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Sandeepa K.
Sandeepa K.Greater Melbourne (Outer), VIC2 posts
  C-HR AWD Koba 1.2L Petrol
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Malcolm
MalcolmSouth-Eastern Region, NSW2 posts
  C-HR 2WD GXL 1.2L Petrol
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GGG8487
GGG8487Sydney, NSW56 posts
  C-HR 2WD Koba 1.8L Hybrid

Fun Hybrid to drive

Had this car for a bit over a year. We do a lot of long trips so the hybrid is great for fuel efficiency. Comfy and handles good too. Toyota servicing is top notch. Show details
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Mark
MarkSouth East Queensland, QLD4 posts
  C-HR 2WD GXL 1.2L Petrol
Brian
BrianHunter Region, NSW2 posts
  C-HR

No car. No customer service

I ordered a new C-HR hybrid back in May 2022. Two price hikes later and I’m still waiting. Whenever I contact Hornsby Toyota and Toyota Australia all I get are platitudes and excuses. The original delivery date of December 2022 has well and truly passed and there has been no update of this. If I had known then what I would have to go through I would never have dealt with Toyota. Show details
Bluebottle
BluebottleSouth East Queensland, QLD13 posts
  C-HR 2WD Koba 1.2L Petrol

Reliability at its best!

Will have had our Toyota CHR six years this coming May. Only one fault in all those years: going through a large body of water moistened a front sensor. Toyota kindly offered to look at it, but once the dampness dried out it was back to working order. How is that for six years of reliability! Show details
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WLG
WLGGreater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC12 posts
  Verified C-HR 2WD Koba 1.8L Hybrid
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Nicole L.
Nicole L.4 posts
  C-HR AWD Koba 1.2L Petrol

Loved it but now resent it

Bought the car secondhand in 2020. The car constantly malfunctions while driving. When I accelerate the car start jolting and sometimes get warning light so I have to pull over and restart it. Car battery drains for no reason. Car has malfunctioned again and turned off traction control which made my car lose control around up hill bendy roads.
I’ve been to toyota servicing 5 times for the the same thing. This issue has been continuously happening since Oct 2020. The car now long can drive up hill without waiting itself off with no warning. Including on highways while in the fast lane. This car is extremely dangerous and should be recalled from Toyota. I’m waiting for a refund or total replacement of car since it’s such a useless POS. Show details
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Mardi D.
Mardi D.South Australia4 posts
  2WD

Can’t fix its issue

Whilst I bought my car second hand I loved it, it’s look, the way it drives then 2 months in it started misfiring it was off and on and would correct itself, until it started doing it constantly, it misfires, engine light comes on then limp mode activates. Firstly told it was carbon build up, it went for cleaning, didn’t fix it. Then it’s had coil packs and plugs replaced, still not fixed. It’s going back again end of week so? I will say the service and concern at the dealer has been great but I just want my car sorted. I don’t want to drive it anymore cos I’m sick of it breaking down. Show details
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Sharon B.
Sharon B.Metropolitan Adelaide, SA3 posts
  C-HR 2WD Koba 1.2L Petrol
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deandownunder
deandownunderSouth East Queensland, QLD72 posts
  Fair Incentive C-HR 2WD Koba 1.8L Hybrid
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Bridget
Bridget7 posts
  C-HR AWD Koba 1.2L Petrol

Beautiful!

Car used for family transport, 3 or 4 times a week. Had it for 2 years now. Good value, light on petrol, has all the mod cons and more! I love it! serviced once a year. Show details
Vicky
VickyMelbourne12 posts
  Fair Incentive C-HR AWD Koba 1.2L Petrol

Love love love this car

Bought this car new in the middle of COVID lockdown 2020. Drive to work everyday both highway and city. This car is the perfect size. Not too big or small - just right. Show details
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Corne T.
Corne T.7 posts
  C-HR 2WD Koba 1.8L Hybrid
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Questions & Answers

Riverlight R.
Riverlight R. · C-HR 2WD Koba 1.8L Hybrid (2020-2024)

Do you need to use 98 in the 2023 hybrid model or is 91 ok?

Faweya K.
Faweya K. · C-HR (2017-2024)

What is the recommended fuel for 2021 Toyota CHR in UK

Bluebottle
Bluebottle  

Not sure, because I live in Australia and our vehicle was assembled in Japan. However, find that car runs better and get more economy with premium fuel. I use '98' and it is very economical and smooth.

Yvonne
Yvonne · C-HR (2017-2024)

Does it come with a spare tyre ?

Mardi D.
Mardi D.  

Yes

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CategorySmall / Compact SUVsSmall / Compact SUVsSmall / Compact SUVsSmall / Compact SUVs
Starting Price $37,890$39,990$40,490$34,990
TransmissionContinuously Variable (CVT)Continuously Variable (CVT)Continuously Variable (CVT)Continuously Variable (CVT)
Drive TypeFront Wheel Drive (FWD)All Wheel Drive (AWD)Front Wheel Drive (FWD)Front Wheel Drive (FWD)
Fuel TypePetrolPetrolElectric, Hybrid and PetrolPetrol
Wheels18" Alloy18" Alloy18" Alloy17" Alloy
ANCAP Safety Rating5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars
Doors 5555
Seats 5555
Fuel Consumption6.4 L/100km6.5 L/100km4.3 L/100km6.6 L/100km
Fuel Tank Capacity 50 L50 L43 L
Engine4 Cylinder 1.2L4 Cylinder 1.2L4 Cylinder 1.8L4 Cylinder 1.2L
Engine Code8NR-FTS8NR-FTS2ZR-FXE8NR-FTS
Max Power85kW @ 5200-5600rpm85kW @ 5200-5600rpm90kW @ 5600rpm85kW @ 5200-5600rpm
Max Torque185Nm @ 1500-4000rpm185Nm @ 1500-4000rpm142Nm @ 3600rpm185Nm @ 1500-4000rpm
Country of ManufactureJapanJapanJapanJapan
Maximum Towing Capacity (braked)600 kg600 kg
Manufacturer Warranty5 year(s)5 year(s)5 year(s)5 year(s)
Dimensions
Ground Clearance137 mm137 mm137 mm
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