In this video, Amelia reviews the 2017 Toyota C-HR Koba AWD. The C-HR is an all new addition to the Toyota vehicle lineup. In the past, Toyota as a brand was known for being sensible rather than exciting, so the C-HR was a surprise.

2017 Toyota C-HR Koba AWD


Engine Size: 1.2 Litre Turbo
Max. Power: 85kW @ 5500rpm
Max. Torque: 185Nm @ 1500rpm
Fuel Type: Petrol
Fuel Consumption: 6.5 L/100km
Transmission: CVT banner

Key Features

  • 18-inch alloy wheels
  • Lane departure alert
  • Heated front seats
  • 5 Star ANCAP Rating
  • Sat Nav
2017 Toyota C-HR Interior

The all-new Toyota C-HR is a small, stylish, turbo SUV and they are available in a range of colours and trims. On the inside, the C-HR offers a lot of roominess along with enough sporty performance to meet your day to day driving needs.

Toyota’s pricing structure for the C-HR starts at $26,990* for the six-speed manual front-drive C-HR, increasing by $2,000 for the CVT and a further $2,000 for the traction of all-wheel drive.

The top of the line Koba AWD reviewed by Amelia adds luxury features including leather-accented seats, keyless entry and ignition, bigger (18-inch) alloy wheels, LED lamps and innovative nanoe (pronounced nano-e) technology that moisturises cabin air. The C-HR Koba AWD is priced from $35,000 AUD without on-roads.

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2017 Suzuki S-Cross Turbo Prestige
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