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You can find 7 different trims for the Toyota C-HR and their corresponding recommended oil type.
The years available stretch from 2016 through to 2023 and to view the oil type and capacity you just click to expand.
With an impressive safety rating of 5 out of 5 stars across all tests, the Toyota C-HR is an impressive little car.
Its classed as a subcompact-crossover SUV, a growing sector of cars that drivers are flocking to thanks to improved storage space and practicality.
Originally the design of this car began back in 2013 with the first unveiling taking place in early 2016 and production starting later that year.
Customers outside of Asia got the first delivery of their C-HR examples in early 2016 though buyers in China and Taiwan had to wait another year.
Engines range from a modest 1.2 liter gasoline through to a range of 2 liter gasoline power plants enhanced with hybrid technology.
Transmissions for the car are mostly of the CVT variety though buyers of the 1.2 liter engine can opt for a 6-speed manual.
In 2019 the car received a face-lift from the manufacturer with added mobile device connectivity although this was reflected in the slight price increase.
Sales of the Toyota C-HR have been impressive year-on-year thanks to the fuel-efficient options on offer and its ability to appeal to many markets around the world.
It offers the practicality of a small SUV with the fuel efficiency of a hybrid car such as the Pruis model from the same company.