How to Choose Which Toyota C-HR Model to Buy

The Toyota C-HR has an angular and dynamic design that makes it a stylish urban drive. Available in a range of different models and price points, this powerful hybrid is as suited to cities as it is active lifestyles. Deciding which Toyota C-HR SUV you’d love to see in your driveway can be tricky, so we’ve pulled together some of the most important comparisons to think over.

Say hello to the Toyota C-HR

Combining powerful performance and agility, this is a range that’s well suited to cities. Toyota is also committed to creating a safer drive and its innovative pack of active safety technologies is designed to help reduce the chance of collisions – and comes as standard in Toyota C-HR.

Toyota C-HR models comparison

Each SUV has a powerful hybrid engine (available in two different sizes), a stylish look and comes with Toyota Safety Sense technologies, but there are a few key differences. Check them out below.


The C-HR’s urban look is complemented by 17” alloy wheels with a 5-double-spoke design while the push button start gets you on the road quickly and easily. The Icon also has an 8” multimedia system and straightforward integration including Apple CarPlay™ & Android Auto™, for all of your entertainment on the go. Dual zone automatic air conditioning will keep you comfortable while Pre-Collision System with Cyclist Detection, Day & Night-time Pedestrian Detection, Lane Trace Assist and a reversing camera are designed to help you stay safer.


The Design adds some extra features and functions to the Icon, with 18" black machined-face alloy wheels with a 5-double-spoke design and smart entry with push button start. It also takes comfort to the next level with heated driver and passenger front seats as well as power-adjusted lumber support on the driver seat. Intelligent front and rear parking sensors combined with Simple Intelligent Parking Assist (S-IPA) make it easier to get in and out of spaces.


All the same style and features as the Icon and Design but with a few extras, the Excel has 18" dark chrome alloy wheels (10-double-spoke) and a heated steering wheel for next level comfort. The power-adjusted lumber support on the driver seat is also complemented by power height adjustment, so you can get it just right. With the addition of a Rear Cross Traffic Alert with automatic Braking (RCTA-B) and Blind Spot Monitor (BSM), the Excel has even more ways to enhance your driving experience.

Which Toyota C-HR model should I purchase?

No matter which Toyota C-HR model you choose, you know you’re going to be getting a dynamic car that’s got a great, urban look. The big question is looking at which extras or luxuries are most likely to improve your everyday experience.

Check out Toyota C-HR specs and models online to see which you’re most interested in or, if you’re ready to see what they’re like for yourself, find your nearest dealer and organise a test drive.