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All-new Toyota C-HR has a price

October 2, 2023


Designed, developed and manufactured in Europe, fully focused on the European customer. That’s the Toyota C-HR in a nutshell. With the second-generation C-HR, Toyota went all out. The compact crossover looks nice and striking. In the article below, we go over all the variants with you and tell you what they cost.


The price list begins with the Active. This 140-hp 1.8 Hybrid Active features extensive standard equipment, with a whole host of active and passive safety and assistance systems. The brand mounts 17-inch silver wheels and air conditioning is standard, as are power windows front and rear, LED headlights, LED taillights and the Toyota Smart Connect multimedia system with 8-inch large touchscreen. The multimedia system can connect wirelessly to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Connecting with a USB-C connector is also possible. The Toyota C-HR 1.8 Hybrid Active is available starting at 37,295 euros.


The second trim level of the new Toyota C-HR adds more luxury. With dual-zone Climate Control, a lumbar support for the driver’s seat and softer materials, the interior is more comfortable. On the outside, you will recognize the Dynamic variant by 18-inch black polished alloy wheels, and the B-pillar and window moldings are finished in piano black. The Dynamic is also the first trim level to feature the 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster. In the area of safety and assistance, the equipment expands to include front and rear parking sensors with braking function for objects and vehicles, a rain sensor and Smart Entry. The Toyota C-HR Dynamic is available starting at 40,495 euros.

Introductory versions

With the introduction of the new Toyota C-HR, there are no less than three temporary introductory versions. The first of these is the First Edition, with a starting price of 42,995 euros. This version includes a 12.3-inch infotainment screen, cornering LED headlights with automatic high beam function, a power tailgate and a wireless charger for your phone.

For 45,995 euros, you will leave the showroom with the C-HR Executive. You then sit on sports seats with black fabric and vegan leather accents and are surrounded by interior lighting in all colors of the rainbow. You can also enjoy seat heating in the front seats, and externally it can be identified by the 19-inch black polished alloy wheels and piano black elements in the front and rear bumper and sideskirt.

GR Sport Plus

The GR Sport Plus version of the current Toyota C-HR returns with the all-new car. Like the Executive, the GR Sport Plus features sport seats, but in the case of the GR Sport Plus they are upholstered in suede with black vegan leather accents and red stitching. The GR Sport steering wheel also features vegan leather with red stitching. GR Sport trims, floor mats and a cargo floor protector are also provided.

From the outside, the Toyota C-HR GR Sport Plus is identified by “Liquid Black” elements in the rear bumper and front bumper and GR Sport badges. Also, this version gets 19-inch all-black GR Sport alloy wheels. Optionally, the Toyota C-HR GR Sport Plus can be expanded with the Next Generation Pack. The Toyota C-HR GR Sport Plus is available only as a 2.0-liter High Power Hybrid and as a 2.0-liter High Power Plug-in Hybrid. Prices start from 48,895 euros.

Toyota C-HR Premiere Editions

In addition to the First Edition, the new Toyota C-HR gets two more special introductory versions: the Premiere Editions. Both Premiere Editions offer the highest level of equipment and styling.

The Toyota C-HR Première Edition has a bi-tone+ exterior – in which not only the roof but also the rear of the car is given a contrasting black color – and can be ordered in the new color Sulphur metallic, among others. The interior features perforated leather-trimmed seats with contrasting Sulphur stitching, a JBL Premium Audio sound system, an interior digital mirror, a head-up display, a Smart Digital Key and a panoramic roof. This version is available from 52,495 euros.

The GR Sport Premiere Edition gets all the GR styling details of the GR Sport Plus, including a G-mesh pattern for the grille, newly designed 20-inch alloy wheels, GR badges, ‘Liquid Black’ ornaments on the center console and front sport seats with the GR logo embossed on the headrests. This version also features a bi-tone+ color scheme. Equipment includes – as with the Premiere Edition – a JBL Premium Audio sound system, a head-up display, a Smart Digital Key and a panoramic roof. The GR SPORT Première Edition is available from 53,395 euros.