The hybrid vehicle market in Romania is extremely competitive, and one of the best-selling models is the Toyota C-HR. It is offered with a hybrid propulsion system based on two gasoline heat engines, one 1.8-liter and another 2.0-liter.
The Japanese model underwent a facelift two years ago through which it received a more powerful hybrid system than the one already in range at the time. Currently, both versions are equipped with automatic e-CVT transmissions.
At the time of its launch five years ago, the Toyota C-HR was offered in a single hybrid variant, which was based on the 1.8-liter gasoline. Available in the current range, it produces 122 hp and 163 Nm of torque, with the mention that at the facelift in 2019 it received small optimizations that brought extra efficiency and refinement. The figures are as follows: acceleration 0-100 km / h in 11 seconds and top speed of 170 km / h.
With the facelift, the Japanese introduced a more powerful hybrid version. It is also equipped with a gasoline heat engine, but with a displacement of 2.0 liters, which, together with the electric unit develops a maximum power of 184 hp and 300 Nm of torque.
The 184 hp hybrid version, which also debuted on the new generation of the Toyota Corolla, benefits from a running gear specially designed to provide a balance between driving comfort and dynamics. In terms of performance, the Toyota C-HR 2.0 HSD can start from 0-100 km / h in 8.2 seconds and reach a top speed of 180 km / h.
Prices from 26,005 euros with VAT
Toyota C-HR facelift is one of the most appreciated hybrid models on the Romanian market. The compact SUV is offered in several equipment versions.
Thus, the C-HR facelift range in the 1.8-liter hybrid version is available at prices starting at 26,005 euros with VAT, valid for the “entry-level” model in the Core equipment level. The most expensive option costs 31,595 euros with VAT and is offered in CLASSY equipment. The Cult and Style versions are also part of the range.
Prices for models in the C-HR facelift range with 2.0-liter heat engine start at 31,685 euros, a price valid for Style equipment. The top of the range is called GR Sport and has a price of 35,070 euros including VAT. Between these versions there are two other levels of equipment, namely CLASSY and Classy Bi-tone.
The Toyota C-HR facelift version 1.8 Hybrid is eligible for Rabla 2021 Program, at prices starting from 23,061 euros including VAT.
Source: Toyota Romania
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