Toyota C-HR range expands with Design model
Latest addition to Toyota crossover SUV range is on sale now
The Toyota C-HR range has been expanded with a new Design trim level, on sale now. Based on the current Icon trim level, it's distinguished by 18-inch alloy wheels and rear-window privacy glass.
On top of the Icon's dual-zone air-conditioning, reversing camera and Toyota Safety Sense driver assistance package, the Design adds heated seats with power-adjustable lumbar support, as well as auto-folding door mirrors, keyless go and start and ambient interior lighting. Toyota's Touch2 with Go infotainment system is featured, with access to online services, and there are front and rear parking sensors and intelligent parking assistance.
Sitting above Design in the C-HR range is Excel, which has gained black leather upholstery and LED rear lights. Meanwhile, the sporty-looking Dynamic receives a new design of 18-inch alloy wheels finished in matt black, with silver dashboard highlights inside. Leather upholstery is optional on Design and Dynamic trims, while a distinctive new Cyan Blue paint finish has been added, and there are a range of personalisation options for the side sills, front bumper inserts and other exterior trim.
The expanded Toyota C-HR line-up is on sale now, with the first customer deliveries commencing on 1 July. Prices start at £21,880 for the Icon 1.2-litre petrol with front-wheel drive.
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