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Exceptional features included as standard

Cut for the city and beyond, the Toyota C-HR boasts impressive core features ready for anything.

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  • A concept car for the road

    Bold yet compact, and impossible to forget

  • Personal User Experience

    Cut for the city, customised for your own style

  • 19 parts made using recycled materials

    A hybrid that’s sustainable from the inside out

  • Innovative safety technology

    Comprehensive safety systems help keep you and others safer

  • Dimensions that suit the city

    L 4362 mm W 1832 mm H 1564 mm

  • Spacious cabin for urban lifestyles

    Lay the back seats flat to increase load volume to 1155 Liters.

  • Comprehensive warranty, full protection

    Your Toyota C‑HR is safe in our hands

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  • Plug-in Hybrid 220

    Refuel or charge battery
    223 DIN hp**
    Fuel consumption
    0.9 l/100 km**
    CO₂ emissions
    19 g/km**
    Acceleration 0–100 km/h
    7.4 secs**
    * Combined cycle.
    ** Data pending final homologation.
  • Hybrid 140

    Powered by Petrol
    140 DIN hp
    Fuel consumption
    4.8 l/100 km*
    CO₂ emissions
    108–110 g/km*
    Acceleration 0–100 km/h
    9.9 secs
    * Combined cycle.

Frequently asked questions

Electrified power: your questions answered

Toyota started the hybrid revolution more than 25 years ago and continues to drive for a world with lower emissions. Hybrids combine electric drive with powerful petrol engines for effortless performance and convenience.

Switching seamlessly between a combustion engine and efficient EV drive, Hybrid vehicles incorporate two energy sources: a petrol engine and an electric motor.

Hybrids can use electric power to pull away and even cruise at speeds up to 50km/h. When the battery runs low, excess power from the engine charges it back up again.

Hybrids feature pioneering battery technology. They are known as ‘Hybrid-electric’ vehicles because they have two energy sources. This means that unlike pure electric vehicles and Plug-in Hybrids you don’t have to plug them in to recharge their batteries.

The pioneering battery technology in a Toyota Hybrid is engineered to last for the entire lifetime of the car. In fact, some mechanical elements such as the clutch, alternator and starter motor are removed completely, further reducing the risk of unforeseen costs in the future. Not only that, all Hybrid components, including the Hybrid battery, come with Toyota’s 5-year/100,000km* warranty from new. *Whichever is soonest.

There are three types of Hybrid electric vehicle: mild Hybrid cars, full Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrids. Mild Hybrid cars only use their electric motors to support the engine during acceleration and cruising as the electric motor cannot power the car on its own. In a full or self-charging Toyota Hybrid, you can enjoy pure electric power for up to 80% of your city journeys, with cruising speeds of up to 50km/h. Plug-in Hybrids work in the same way as a Hybrid but with a higher capacity battery for greater electric performance.

Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid vehicles incorporate very similar technology – but with a key difference. Both switch seamlessly between two power sources, an efficient petrol engine and a self-charging Hybrid battery, however Plug-in Hybrid vehicles feature a higher capacity battery to deliver greater electric performance

The new Toyota C-HR Plug-in Hybrid can travel exclusively in electric mode for up to 66km* – emission free. If travelling for longer distances and its battery runs out of charge, your vehicle seamlessly switches back to operating as a Hybrid car, combining petrol and regenerated battery power to get you safely to your destination. 


*WLTP data

Plug-in Hybrids can save drivers money in many ways. With a fully charged battery, a Plug-in Hybrid can travel up to 100 km on as little as 1 litre of fuel. Low CO2 emissions in Plug-in Hybrids often result in road and company car tax discounts, as well as exemption from city centre charges. And due to less wear to parts like brake pads and discs, they can be cheaper to maintain too.

Toyota Plug-in Hybrid batteries are engineered to last for the lifetime of the car. For added peace of mind, every battery comes with a five-year/100,000 km* warranty which – with an annual Hybrid Health Check – extends battery cover for up to 10 years. When a battery reaches the end of its life, Toyota’s take-back scheme ensures it is dealt with safely and responsibly.


*Whichever occurs sooner

Price quoted below is an indicative price only (for 2024 vehicle delivery) and is subject to change due to price changes in the supply chain,  government tax changes, and any unforeseen circumstances.

Finance Example: Toyota C-HR Hybrid Sport. Retail Price €40,520.00 On the Road Price €41,520.00. Deposit €14,947.20. Finance Advance €26,572.80. 36 monthly payments of €316.35. Total cost of credit €4,797.58 (including document fee & purchase fee of €63.49 each). Guaranteed Minimum Future Value €19,854.80. Fixed Annual Percentage Rate 6.9%.

Toyota Easy Personal Contract Plan is a form of hire-purchase agreement. Lending criteria, Terms and Conditions apply. A deposit of between 0% and 36% may be required and a maximum term of 37 months applies. Available on Toyota C-HR Hybrid models from May 1st to May 31st 2024. Guaranteed Minimum Future Value payable if vehicle renewed or retained when agreement ends. Further charges may apply. Illustrative model shown. Finance is provided by Toyota Financial Services (Ireland) DAC. Toyota Financial Services (Ireland) DAC trading as Toyota Financial Services is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.

Warning: You may have to pay charges if you pay off a hire-purchase agreement early. 


Warning: If you do not meet the repayments on your hire–purchase agreement your account will go into arrears. This may affect your credit rating, which may limit your ability to access credit, a hire-purchase agreement, a consumer-hire agreement or a BNPL agreement in the future.