Get a used Toyota C-HR
Are you thinking of buying a used SUV? Then the Toyota C-HR is a good option. On AutoUncle, you can find 3,020 used Toyota C-HR for sale in the UK, collected from online marketplaces and various dealership websites, providing you with almost a full listing of all pre-owned Toyota C-HR for sale in the United Kingdom.
What is the price of a used Toyota C-HR
The Japanese car can cost different based on mainly on four factors: the year, fuel economy of the model, car mileage together with how much equipment the car has.
On AutoUncle, the oldest Toyota C-HR can be bought for £17,290, while the most expensive model costs around £29,700.
Equipment level for Toyota C-HR
Introduced in 2017, the latest generation of Toyota C-HR, known as C HR comes in the following trim level:
When looking for the best car deal for a used Toyota C-HR, it is essential that you exclusively compare with the sale prices of cars with a similar engine and trim level. Otherwise, you may come to a wrong decision on which car to acquire.
To be specific, the most expensive equipment variant, named Sport (Avg. price £26,290), is 42% more expensive than the cheapest variant, Design (Avg. price £24,214), so you can save an average of £2,076 by choosing the cheapest variant. Normally, the depreciation is higher for the expensive equipment variant when buying a new Toyota C-HR, as dealerships don't value equipment at the same level when reselling the car.
Get your Toyota C-HR with multiple fuel types
Number of Toyota C-HR for sale on AutoUncle by fuel type:
- Toyota C-HR plug-in hybrid: 2,210 cars - avg. price £24,147
- Toyota C-HR petrol: 641 cars - avg. price £18,909
- Toyota C-HR electric: 166 cars - avg. price £23,410
- Toyota C-HR diesel: 3 cars - avg. price £22,175
Before deciding on a fuel type to buy, we highly recommend taking some time to consider your current driving habits. How far do you tend to drive in a week? Are they mainly short trips, or do you often find yourself driving longer distances? If you take many short trips or mostly drive in the city, we recommend electric or petrol cars.
If you often drive longer distances and like going on road trips, then diesel is probably the best fit for your needs. Note that in some countries, diesel engines with high emissions are no longer allowed to enter some cities.
The Toyota C-HR is only available as suv
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.
The most popular colour is silver
You can get the latest generation of Toyota C-HR in 10 different shades, which is silver, white, grey, blue, black, red, orange, green, brown and purple.
Most motorists prefer the Toyota C-HR in silver and AutoUncle has 720 cars for sale in that colour at the moment.
Silver is a great choice because it hides dirt and mud well, which means that it doesn’t require as much washing and cleaning.
The second most popular colour is white with 630 cars available on AutoUncle, and the third most popular is grey with 603 cars available on AutoUncle.
Nissan Qashqai is a popular alternative to the Japanese Toyota C-HR
The Toyota C-HR has various competitors from the same segment and among the most popular alternatives to the Toyota C-HR you will find the following cars.
Competing cars for the Toyota C-HR
- Nissan Qashqai
- Ford Kuga
- Kia Sportage
- Land Rover Range Rover evoque
The bestselling sport utility car and a popular alternative to the Toyota C-HR is the Nissan Qashqai. It has an average sale price of £ 18,250 and right now you can find 15,579 for sale on AutoUncle.
The Ford Kuga is the also among the most popular cars within the segment and you will find 10,898 cars for sale, and the Kia Sportage is the third most popular car in the segment and thus also a good alternative. There are currently 10,802 of this car for sale in the UK.