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Toyota C-HR 2018 1.2 Manual

Buyer's Price Guide

Most are between
£15,472 and £16,992

We see cars like this for sale
10 times a month

At a dealer, aim to pay between £14,950 and £17,000
At a franchised dealer, expect to pay £16,000.
From a private seller, aim to pay between  £13,700 and £15,100
and expect to pay £14,200.
If selling in part exchange, expect to receive £12,070.

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  • Toyota C-HR (2016 on)
    Outstanding ride, road holding and handling. A pleasure to drive. 1.2 petrol or 1.8 hybrid. Solid build quality. More power and performance from 184PS 2.0 C-HR from January 2020. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto now standard.
     

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