Now six years old, Toyota has made another round of tweaks to the still-funky-looking C-HR following its debut last year.

Two years ago, just weeks before the nationwide facelift, cosmetic changes include new 18-inch alloy wheels for the mid-spec Plus and top-spec Luxury trims, along with ten colors comprising three new hues; Eclipse Black, Fierce Red and Midnight Purple.

Except for the unbranded base model, the Plus and the mid-range Luxury flagship now ride on new 18-inch alloy wheels.

As before, Luxury offers a two-tone roof option consisting of nine colors paired with a black roof, or silver in the case of Eclipse Black trim models.

In terms of specifications, all C-HR models come standard with a six-speaker audio system, a 4.2-inch TFT instrument cluster display, a reversing camera and an eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and on- board 15 GB Wi-Fi kit.

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In addition to the unmarked base model, the Plus adds cruise control, a leather steering wheel, rain-sensing wipers and dual-zone climate control, while the Luxury boasts push-button start and keyless entry, dual-LED headlights, and partial leather trim. seats, rear parking sensors and power folding mirrors.

All models come standard with six airbags, ABS and EBD, Brake Assist, Hill Start Assist, Vehicle Stability Control and Trailer Sway Assist with Adaptive Cruise Control, Automatic High Beam Assist, pre-collision, blind spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert. and the lane-departure warning system with lane-keeping assist is flipped again for the Luxury.

Round two of the updated Toyota C-HR price
An eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is standard on all grades.

Despite Toyota’s recent focus on hybrid SUVs with the RAV4 E-Four Hybrid and Corolla Cross Hybrid, the C-HR remains petrol-only with an unchanged 85kW/185Nm output from the 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol engine.

Transfers are also carried over; six-speed manual or CVT, with the former the only option on the base model and the latter on the Luxury. Fuel consumption figures are 6.3 l/100 km and 6.4 l/100 km, respectively.


As before, all models are covered by a three-year/100,000km warranty and a six-service/90,000km service plan.

  • C-HR 1.2T – 429,000 rupees
  • C-HR 1.2T Plus – 465,200 rupees
  • C-HR 1.2T Plus CVT – R479,100
  • C-HR 1.2T Luxury CVT – R554,500

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