Toyota’s sharply styled C-HR has blazed a trail through the crossover market since its launch in late 2016, speeding its way into the top three of the company’s best-selling models in double-quick time. Now the Toyota C-HR is available in a new Design Grade with additional equipment features, fresh interior treatments and a bold new colour choice.
New Design grade
The new C-HR Design comes with an equipment specification that majors on style and on-board comfort and convenience. On the outside, it sports 18-inch alloy wheels, rear privacy glass and auto-folding heated door mirrors with integrated turn indicators. Welcoming entry illumination and ambient cabin lighting are also part of the package, together with smart entry and push-button start.
The front seats both have integrated heaters and power-adjustable lumbar support. The Toyota Touch 2 with Go multimedia system comes with an intuitive central touchscreen control, navigation functions and access to online services. Front and rear sensors, plus Intelligent Park Assist make for hassle-free manoeuvring into and out of parking spaces.