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2,220 used Toyota C-HR have been price checked

2,220 used Toyota C-HR have been price checked

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Get a used Toyota C-HR

Considering getting a used hybrid car? Look no further than the Toyota C-HR - an excellent choice! Showcasing an impressive 1,823 used cars on AutoUncle in the UK compiled from different dealership websites and online marketplaces, providing you with almost a complete view of all available pre-owned Toyota C-HR for sale in the country.

How much does a used Toyota C-HR go for?

At AutoUncle, you'll find a diverse selection of used Toyota C-HR models that cater to an extensive variety of budgetary needs. The listed prices for these pre-owned vehicles presently start as low as £13,470 and extend up to £28,799.

The cost of a pre-owned Toyota C-HR is determined by several factors. Key contributing elements include the year the model is from, fuel economy, how far the car has travelled and equipment level.

For instance, a younger model with a lower number on the odometer, or higher-end models with more potent engines will typically fetch a higher price.

Equipment for Toyota C-HR

Growing trend towards hybrid vehicle utilization

The high demand for hybrid cars in the UK is due to their effective fuel consumption, lesser emissions than standard vehicles, and the growing presence of charging facilities, consistent with the nation's ecological ambitions and financial incentives for sustainable travel. The adoption of hybrid vehicles such as the Toyota C-HR is fundamental in the transition to more environmentally considerate and sustainable travel options.

You can find AutoUncle's collection of hybrid cars here

Advantages of purchasing a pre-owned hybrid car

There are plenty of advantages in acquiring a used hybrid vehicle. Some of the advantages are:

  1. Cost savings on purchase: The purchase price for used hybrid cars is often more affordable than for new ones. The initial lower cost can enhance the accessibility of hybrids to a more diverse group of buyers.

  2. Environmental benefits: Hybrid automobiles have a lower emission footprint compared to traditional petrol or diesel cars. Choosing a used hybrid vehicle contributes to lower environmental harm than buying a new car, since the production method, especially for the battery, generates carbon emissions.

  3. Fuel efficiency: Hybrid vehicles are recognised for their fuel economy, merging a petrol engine with an electric motor. This efficiency can result in significant savings on fuel costs over time.

  4. Technological features: Even previous versions of hybrid vehicles often boast advanced functionalities, offering a high-tech driving experience.

  5. Government incentives: Hybrid vehicles, with their lower CO2 emissions, often benefit from reduced road tax in the UK. Hybrids could be subject to lower or zero congestion fees in areas like central London, based on their level of emissions.

The suv is a favoured body style for the Toyota C-HR in the UK

The Toyota C-HR only exists in the suv body type in the UK. SUV stands for Sport Utility Vehicle. Out of all the cars on the market today, this is among the most popular, and with its versatile style and higher-than-usual ride height, it’s not hard to see why.

Grey is the most popular colour

You can get the Toyota C-HR in the following shades: grey, silver, white, blue, black, red, orange, purple, green and turquoise.

AutoUncle currently offers a selection of 461 Toyota C-HR models available in the grey colour option for you to explore and choose from. The second most popular colour is silver with 296 cars available on AutoUncle, and the third most popular is white with 287 cars available on AutoUncle.

Positive and negative aspects of the colour grey

Grey cars offer several advantages that make them a practical choice for many drivers. A notable benefit is its effective concealment of dirt and mud, reducing the need for frequent washing, thus offering a practical, low-maintenance option for car owners. Moreover, grey cars are less likely to highlight minor imperfections like scratches and dings, as they tend to blend seamlessly with the car's overall appearance. This quality not only maintains the vehicle's aesthetic appeal but also helps preserve its resale value. Lastly, grey cars often project an image of understated sophistication, making them a popular choice for those seeking a balance between practicality and a touch of elegance.

Top competitors to the Toyota C-HR

The Toyota C-HR faces stiff competition within its segment, and among the most popular alternatives to the Toyota C-HR you will find the following cars.

Well-liked options instead of the Toyota C-HR

  • Nissan Qashqai
  • Kia Sportage
  • Land Rover Range Rover evoque

For those exploring alternatives to the Toyota C-HR, the Nissan Qashqai distinguishes itself as the leading option. Currently there are 8,486 Nissan Qashqai for sale in the UK with an average sales price of £13,599.

The Kia Sportage ranks as the next favoured car, boasting an impressive 5,221 listings currently available for purchase with an average sales price of £15,470. As another advisable option AutoUncle present the Land Rover Range Rover evoque as the third best option for those looking for an excellent alternative to the Toyota C-HR. You will find 5,068 used Land Rover Range Rover evoque cars for an average price of £16,995 on AutoUncle. .