New and used Toyota C-HR price in Ghana
The Toyota C-HR is a subcompact crossover SUV that was released in the 2010s as part of a new wave of such vehicles. It was designed specifically for driving in urban areas and for younger drivers who were interested in a blend of style, efficiency, and usefulness. The C-HR, whose name stands for “Coupe High Rider,” has an emphasis on the blending of the stylistic cues typical of coupes with the stance and practicality of SUVs.
Below is the price of Toyota C-HR in Ghana
|Toyota CHR 2017||220,000 cedis|
|Toyota CHR 2018||250,000 cedis|
|Toyota CHR 2019||280,000 cedis|
Initially introduced as a concept at the 2014 Paris Motor Show, the design drew attention for its bold and angular lines, a departure from Toyota’s more conservative styling approach at the time.
Production Model (2016-present as of my last update)
- The production version retained much of the concept’s bold design language. The C-HR features a diamond architectural theme, with faceted surfaces and pronounced wheel arches.
- The coupe-like silhouette is emphasized by rear door handles integrated into the C-pillar, making them less visible and giving the appearance of a two-door vehicle.
- Its front end incorporates the latest iteration of Toyota’s design language with a large lower grille and slim, aggressive headlights.
- Initially launched with a 1.2L turbocharged petrol engine and a 1.8L hybrid powertrain.
- Depending on the market, the C-HR might also offer a 2.0L naturally aspirated engine.
Offered with a 6-speed manual transmission for the 1.2L engine, while the hybrid came with a CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission). The 2.0L option, where available, was also paired with a CVT.
The C-HR is built on the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform, which emphasizes a low center of gravity and rigidity, contributing to better handling and driving dynamics.
Available Models and Their Released Dates
- Toyota C-HR Concept: Unveiled at the 2014 Paris Motor Show.
- Production Model:
- Europe: Released in late 2016.
- North America: Launched at the end of 2016 as a 2018 model.
- Other global markets followed suit with introductions in 2017 and beyond.
Various trim levels have been offered for the C-HR, tailored to different markets. Typically, these trims range from base models to more premium versions with additional features and amenities. Some common trim levels include the “LE,” “XLE,” and “Limited.”
The Toyota C-HR’s introduction marked Toyota’s ambition to capture a younger demographic and those living in urban environments who desired a stylish yet functional vehicle. Its design-forward approach and efficient powertrain options have contributed to its success in various markets.