Used Toyota C-HR Cars in Scotland

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Toyota C-HR 2.0 Hybrid GR Sport 5dr CVT SUV 2023, +18
Toyota C-HR £30,500
2.0 Hybrid GR Sport 5dr CVT

2023

Automatic

53.3 mpg

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 3

Hybrid

Toyota C-HR 2.0 Hybrid Excel 5dr CVT SUV 2023, 4 m +24
Toyota C-HR £35,995
2.0 Hybrid Excel 5dr CVT

2023

Automatic

53.3 mpg

Tax: £170

Mileage: 4

Hybrid

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Toyota C-HR 1.8 Hybrid Design 5dr CVT (Pan Roof) S +22
Toyota C-HR £39,000
1.8 Hybrid Design 5dr CVT (Pan Roof)
Finance from £938 per month

2023

Automatic

58.9 mpg

Tax: £170

Mileage: 5

Hybrid

Toyota C-HR 2.0 Hybrid GR Sport 5dr CVT (Safety Pa +27
Toyota C-HR £42,995
2.0 Hybrid GR Sport 5dr CVT (Safety Pack)
Finance from £1036 per month

2023

Automatic

57.7 mpg

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 5

Hybrid

Toyota C-HR 2.0 Hybrid Design 5dr CVT SUV 2023, 7 +24
Toyota C-HR £29,511
2.0 Hybrid Design 5dr CVT

2023

Automatic

53.3 mpg

Tax: £170

Mileage: 7

Hybrid

Toyota C-HR 1.8 Hybrid GR Sport 5dr CVT SUV 2023, +24
Toyota C-HR £29,995
1.8 Hybrid GR Sport 5dr CVT

2023

Automatic

56.5 mpg

Tax: £170

Mileage: 10

Hybrid

Toyota C-HR 2.0 Hybrid Excel 5dr CVT SUV 2023, 13 +18
Toyota C-HR £29,999
2.0 Hybrid Excel 5dr CVT
Finance from £716 per month

2023

Automatic

53.3 mpg

Tax: £170

Mileage: 13

Hybrid

Toyota C-HR 2.0 Hybrid GR Sport 5dr CVT (Safety Pa +18
Toyota C-HR £40,995
2.0 Hybrid GR Sport 5dr CVT (Safety Pack)

2023

Automatic

57.7 mpg

Tax: £170

Mileage: 45

Hybrid

Toyota C-HR 2.0 Hybrid Design 5dr CVT SUV 2023, 50 +19
Toyota C-HR £29,995
2.0 Hybrid Design 5dr CVT

2023

Automatic

53.3 mpg

Tax: £170

Mileage: 50

Hybrid

Toyota C-HR 2.0 Hybrid Excel 5dr CVT SUV 2023, 55 +18
Toyota C-HR £31,291
2.0 Hybrid Excel 5dr CVT

2023

Automatic

53.3 mpg

Tax: £170

Mileage: 55

Hybrid

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Why buy a used Toyota C-HR with Exchange and Mart?

Toyota's been producing so-called 'European' cars for decades, but the C-HR, originally launched back in 2017, was the first one that really felt properly targeted at the preferences of our continent. This small coupe-crossover was built in Europe (just about - in Turkey), developed in its capital (Brussels) and sold like hot cakes, quickly becoming the brand's fourth best selling model, with 59% of customers poached from other manufacturers. So hopes were high for this, the second generation C-HR, introduced by Toyota in the Autumn of 2023. Since the old car sold mainly on its appearance, this one's evolved styling needed to look sharp, keeping it at the fashionable end of the segment for small crossovers (a Volkswagen T-Roc or Taigo rival, rather than a T-Cross competitor, if that helps to pigeonhole it for you). Yet this time round, the designers have tried to balance those looks with more practical rear seat and boot space. Plus the Hybrid engine range has been broadened with the addition of a PHEV variant to give this model line longevity in markets about to make the switch to full EVs. And the front-of-cabin experience is now better connected and more premium. Sounds promising. Let's take a closer look.

About the Toyota C-HR

As before, almost everyone who chooses a C-HR will do so on the basis of the way it looks. But second time round, this car's appeal is more than skin deep. Toyota still thinks its target market is 30-something fashionistas, but the old car demonstrated a much broader customer base than that amongst more regular folk who will no longer have to make quite so many of the practical compromises demanded by the original model. We can't imagine that too many of these people will want the cost (and extra weight) of the added PHEV flagship model; as it always did, the C-HR makes most sense in a nice level of spec fitted with the base 1.8-litre self-charging Hybrid engine and sold with a sensible price tag. In that form, we can see why you might want one. And if you do, you might be agreeably impressed by the cabin improvements Toyota has made here. If cars were bought on purely rational grounds, you still wouldn't choose one of these, but thankfully, they're not. The C-HR celebrates that. Which is exactly why it's been so successful and will continue to be.

Representative finance example

If your borrow amount is £7,000 with a deposit of £1,000, a selected term of 48 months, at a representative APR of 17.9% (fixed) and an annual fixed interest rate of 17.9%, you would pay £171.83 per month. Total charge for credit would be £2,247.84 and total amount repayable is £8,247.84.

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