Toyota has revealed the specifications of the 2017 Toyota C-HR for the Japanese market. The bookings for the crossover model will commence from early November in Japan.
The Japanese market Toyota C-HR will be offered in two engine options - a 1.8-litre petrol-electric hybrid and a 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol engine. The model will be available in four variants - Standard S and S-T and Premium G and G-T, where T stands for a turbocharged engine.
The Toyota C-HR is built on latest TNGA architecture which offers excellent driver comfort. With newly developed Macpherson struts suspension in front and double wishbones in the rear, the vehicle offers great stability and comfortable ride.
Instead of conventional welding methods, advanced adhesives were used in body joints to improve body rigidity. The LED headlamps will also feature LED turn lights which light up sequentially to give an animated look.
The 2017 Toyota C-HR is launched to take on its rival Honda's H-RV which is called as Vezel in Japan. The pricing for this model will be revealed later in November. Being Toyota's global model, the 2017 C-HR is expected to make its way to other global markets including India.