Toyota / C-HR / range
By DANIEL GARDNER
TOYOTA’S knockout sales result of last
year – a 2016 total of 209,610 vehicles – is a hugely impressive achievement
with the next best performer lagging that tally by more than 91,000
But that end of year total is all the more astonishing
when you consider that the Japanese car-maker managed the result without
competing in one of Australia’s most lucrative segments – the compact SUV
That is all set to change though with the Toyota C-HR rolling in
to the market to do battle with popular competitors such as the Mazda CX-3 and
Honda HR-V, and others that also offer a styling point of difference such as
the Nissan Juke.
The new kid in town arrives with a $26,990 before
on-road costs starting price which is not the cheapest, but its relatively high
levels of equipment for the class could give it the edge over some strong
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Model release date: February 2017
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