The Toyota C-HR (Japanese: トヨタ C-HR, Toyota Shīeichiāru) is a subcompact crossover SUV produced by Toyota. The production of the C-HR started in November 2016, and was launched in Japan on 14 December 2016,[2] and in Europe, Australia and North America in early 2017. It succeeds the XA30 RAV4 and the Daihatsu Terios-based first generation Rush in Japan. The name C-HR stands for Compact High Rider,[2] Cross Hatch Run–about[2] or Coupé High–Rider.[3]

Toyota C-HR 1.8 hybrid

The production version of the C-HR was unveiled at the March 2016 Geneva Motor Show. The North American production version was also unveiled at the November 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show. The production version was also unveiled in Malaysia on 13 May 2017, and went on sale to Malaysian customers on 22 March 2018. The hybrid version was also showcased in Indonesia on 10 August 2017 at the 2017 Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show. The ASEAN production version was unveiled in Thailand on 30 November 2017 at the 34th Thailand International Motor Expo. For the Indonesian market, the C-HR was revealed on 10 April 2018, and launched on 19 April 2018 at the Indonesia International Motor Show, and is imported from Thailand. In Indonesia, it replaces the discontinued Yaris Heykers.

In Japan, the C-HR is sold at all Toyota dealership sales channels (Toyota Store, Toyopet Store, Corolla Store and Netz).

Initial production was in Japan and Turkey. The North American-spec C-HR is imported from Turkey.[4]

The North American model only offers a 2.0 litre naturally aspirated petrol engine, compared to two other engines in other markets.[5] In North America, it was originally planned to be sold as a Scion before that marque was discontinued.[6][7]

Concept model


Calendar Year Europe US
2016 7,123[8] 0[9]
2017 108,170[8] 25,755[9]


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