This is the Toyota C-HR Kaji Edition, the most equipped and exclusive, its price?

Toyota is immersed in the launch of the new Toyota C-HR, one of the most special compact SUVs on the market, due to its risky design full of personality and its hybrid mechanics, a set that, beyond the more or less moderate consumption it can homologate, gives it the ECO label from the DGT. If you’re looking for a well-equipped version of the Toyota C-HR, this is what you’re looking for, namely the Toyota C-HR Kaji Edition.

The Toyota C-HR Kaji Edition comes with a very complete equipment

The Toyota C-HR Kaji Edition is positioned at the top of the Toyota C-HR catalogue, offering us, beyond a very complex equipment, a specific combination of colour and wheels, with the Kaji Orange colour and black roof and specific 18-inch wheels finished in black.

The Toyota C-HR Kaji Edition is priced at 29,990 euros, an amount that must be put into context with the 27,600 euros of the Toyota C-HR with the cheaper 184 hp engine, with the Advance finish.

The Kaji version of the Toyota C-HR stands out because of its orange paint

This special edition is based on the most powerful option, with the 184 HP hybrid mechanics. With this engine, the Toyota C-HR has a maximum combined consumption of 5.7 l/100 km according to the WLTP approval cycle.

In terms of equipment, this special edition of the Toyota C-HR offers features such as the intelligent key entry and push button start system, front and rear parking sensors, rear view camera, semi-autonomous parking assistance system, adaptive cruise control, multimedia system with 8-inch touch screen, JBL sound system, smartphone connectivity, dual zone climate control, electric adjustment for the driver’s seat and adaptive LED headlights.

The Toyota C-HR Kaji Edition has 184 hp

If you’re thinking about buying a Toyota C-HR don’t miss our compact SUV buying guide. If you’re looking for a hybrid car in this segment, the Toyota C-HR is one of the key choices, with the Subaru XV also on the list. Peugeot, Citroën and Opel are currently offering plug-in hybrid options of their compact SUVs, with the 0 emission label of the DGT.