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Thursday, December 15, 2016

Toyota C-HR Arrives At Dealers In Japan

Following its arrival in the USA last month, the new C-HR is now available at #Toyota's dealerships in Japan.

Based on the TNGA (Toyota New Global Architecture) platform, which is shared with the fourth generation Prius, the compact crossover is offered in four grades (S-T, G-T, S, and G), with the most basic variant carrying a starting price of 2,516,400 yen ($21,847).

For the money, customers will get their C-HRs equipped with standard items such as keyless entry and push-button start, a three-spoke leather steering wheel, electric parking brake and the Toyota Safety Sense P assist package.

Opt for either the G-T or the G, which can be had from 2,775,600 ($24,097) and 2,905,200 ($25,222) respectively, and the automaker will throw in 18-inch aluminum wheels, LED front fog lamps, high quality fabric + leather seat surface, Blind Spot Monitor, front and rear parking assist sonar, and others.

As far as the engine options go, Toyota offers the C-HR with either a 1.2-liter turbo engine, which achieves a fuel efficiency rating of 15.4 km/l (6.49 l/100 km / 36.24 mpg US), or with a hybrid powertrain, whose fuel efficiency is said to be among the best in the compact crossover segment, with 3.31 l/100 km (71.06 / mpg US). Both versions have been subjected to tax breaks for environmentally-friendly vehicles, after their emission levels have turned out to be 75 percent lower than the 2005 Exhaust Emissions Standards.


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