Toyota's new C-HR crossover to cost from €26,895
Toyota have just revealed prices for their new compact C-HR crossover which goes on sale in November.
It starts from €26,895 for the 1.2-litre petrol and €29,350 for the hybrid version.
It will be shown in full production guise at tomorrow's Paris Motor Show.
The C-HR (Coupé High-Rider would you believe?) is 4.36m long, 1.795m wide, 1.555m high (Hybrid) and has a 2.64m wheelbase.
They claim the cabin space is similar to the Nissan Qashqai though the car itself looks smaller.
There is an 8in audio touch-screen with Toyota's Multi-Media navigation platform and the brand's Safety Sense is standard.
The system includes a Pre-Collision System (including Pedestrian Recognition), Adaptive Cruise Control, lane departure alert with steering control, automatic high beam and road sign assist.
Top-of-the-range models can have heated seats, adaptive cruise control, Park Assist) and 18in alloys.
The hybrid's (122bhp) emissions are 88g/km (€180 road tax) with claimed fuel consumption of 3.7 l/100 km.
The 1.2 litre turbo engine, which we know from the Auris, develops 116bhp and emits 139g/km (€280 road tax).