2024 Toyota C-HR Price & Specs Breakdown

By Alexi Falson on 28 Feb 2024
image for 2024 Toyota C-HR Price & Specs Breakdown
OnlineAuto Rating
out of 10
Toyota C-HR GXL Hybrid Specs
    • 43L
    • 89
    • 5200 / 3600
    • Unrated
    • Automatic
Toyota’s 2024 C-HR range is set to give the small SUV segment a major shake-up when it arrives.

Powered by a hybrid-only engine lineup, the latest C-HR has received a major, futuristic styling overhaul and boatloads of new equipment that make it one of the most advanced compact SUVs in the segment.

The MY24 C-HR’s arrival does mark some pretty steep price increases across the range, though, so let’s take a closer look at prices and specs to find what’s on offer in the latest and potentially greatest C-HR range.

Toyota C-HR Competition

Toyota C-HR

Mazda CX-30
Kia Seltos
Nissan Qashqai
Hyundai Kona
Honda HR-V
Volkswagen T-Roc
Volvo XC40
Alfa Romeo Tonale
Renault Captur
Nissan Juke

Starting Price: $42,990

OnlineAuto Savings: Enquire now

How Much Does It Cost?

The 2024 Toyota C-HR range is priced from $42,990 for the entry-level C-HR GXL, while stepping up to the C-HR Koba brings the price to $49,990.

The range-topping C-HR GR Sport is priced at $54,990.

2024 toyota c-hr

Keep in mind that these prices are subject to change and do not include on-road costs.

How Much Can OnlineAuto Save You?

Using OnlineAuto’s car buying service, our car sourcing specialists can help you find the best value model for you.

Toyota C-HR (GXL HYBRID) Specifications

Model Date 2024
Model C-HR
Series ZYX20R
Drive FWD
Engine SFI
Engine capacity 1798
Engine configuration VARIABLE DOUBLE OVERHEAD CAM / 16 valves
Engine RPM 5200 / 3600
Cylinders 4
Torque 142
KW 72
Fuel tank size 43.0
Fuel usage specs 4.0 / 0
CO2 89
ANCAP security rating Unrated

What Features Does the 2024 Toyota C-HR Have?

The entry-level Toyota C-HR GXL comes riding on a set of 17-inch alloys and receives LED headlights & daytime running lamps, automatic wipers, adaptive cruise control, a surround-view monitor with front and rear parking sensors, dual-zone climate control, cloth-upholstered sports seats, keyless entry & start, a 7.0-inch digital instrument cluster and a 12.3-inch infotainment system with wireless Apple CarPlay & wired Android Auto paired with a six-speaker sound system.

Stepping up to the C-HR Koba adds a set of 19-inch alloys, a powered boot lift, Bi-LED headlights, fabric and suede upholstery with heated front seats, a power-adjustable driver’s seat, wireless phone charger, 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and an upgraded nine-speaker sound system.

Finally, Toyota’s range-topping C-HR GR Sport receives bespoke 19-inch alloys and a GR exterior styling package, GR-branded sports seats with leatherette/suede upholstery, bigger brakes, a heated steering wheel and aluminium interior highlights.

2024 toyota c-hr prologue concept rear

2024 Toyota C-HR Range Features:

  • 17-inch alloys

  • LED headlights & daytime running lamps 

  • Adaptive cruise control

  • Surround-view monitor with front & rear parking sensors 

  • Cloth-upholstered sports seats 

  • 7.0-inch digital instrument cluster 

  • 12.3-inch infotainment system with wireless Apple CarPlay, wired Android Auto 

  • Six-speaker sound system 

  • 19-inch alloys (Koba)

  • Bi-LED headlights (Koba)

  • Powered boot lift (Koba)

  • Fabric & suede upholstery with heated front seats (Koba)

  • 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster (Koba)

  • Bespoke 19-inch alloys, GR exterior styling package (GR Sport)

  • GR-branded sports seats with leatherette/suede upholstery (GR Sport)

  • Upgraded brakes (GR Sport)

What Engine Powers the 2024 Toyota C-HR?

Headlining a long list of upgrades for the 2024 Toyota C-HR range is a choice of two hybrid engine options for buyers here in Australia.

The entry-level C-HR GXL and Koba pick up a 1.8-litre four-cylinder petrol paired with an electric motor that produces a combined 103kW of power and an unknown torque figure, powering the wheels via a CVT automatic.

Stepping up to the flagship C-HR GR Sport adds a 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine paired with an electric motor producing a healthier 145kW of power to all four wheels via an all-wheel drive system.

Is it Fuel Efficient?

Toyota is yet to confirm exact fuel economy figures for the upcoming 2024 C-HR, though it seems only reasonable to assume that the second-gen will improve upon the already impressive fuel efficiency of its predecessor.

For reference, the first-gen Toyota C-HR Hybrid is rated at 4.3L/100km on a combined cycle, making it one of the most fuel-efficient small SUVs on the planet.

Using that as a jumping-off point, we can safely assume the 2024 C-HR will return equal, if not better fuel economy figures around the low 4L/100km mark, asserting its reputation as one of the most frugal compact SUVs on sale.

Is the Toyota C-HR Practical and Spacious?

While Toyota is yet to give us a look at the C-HR’s full cabin layout, we do know the overall size of the package, which is almost identical to the first-gen C-HR.

2024 toyota c-hr prologue concept headlights

All up, the C-HR measures 4360mm long, stands 1558-1564mm tall, depending on the variant, measures 1830mm wide and has a wheelbase spanning 2640mm; the latter of which is identical to the MY23 C-HR.

Aside from the dimensions, we can only judge the cabin’s layout from the press photos that Toyota has provided.

Using those photos as a reference, though, the C-HR’s interior looks to have been given a significant overhaul that makes it a more premium package, while a redesigned centre console looks to offer more storage options than before.

The previous generation C-HR had a boot measuring in at 377L, meaning it didn’t offer the largest boot in the segment, nor was it a segment leader in terms of second-row accommodation.

Having said that, Toyota’s new platform underpinning the C-HR is likely to unlock more space inside the cabin while Toyota’s updated designs may offer more second-row space for taller rear passengers.

Is it Safe?

The 2024 Toyota C-HR is yet to be tested by ANCAP, though it’s likely to wear the same five-star ANCAP safety rating that its predecessor received.

As standard, the 2024 C-HR range comes packed with active safety equipment.

The list includes autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian and cyclist detection, junction assist, a surround-view monitor with front & rear parking sensors and blind-spot monitoring.

More details on safety equipment are set to be revealed closer to its official launch.

Our Verdict: Is the Toyota C-HR Worth it?

The latest generation C-HR looks to be a huge leap forward for Toyota’s small SUV.

The hybrid-only engine lineup shows Toyota is keen on offering only the most fuel-efficient compact SUVs to the Australian market, while the revised styling package and revamped interior make for one of the most modern packages set to hit the market in 2024.

As a result, we’d encourage you to add the Toyota C-HR to your shortlist if you’re looking to upgrade to a small SUV in the coming months.

2024 toyota c-hr prologue concept side

On that note, be sure to reach out to one of our car-buying experts who can help find you the best possible price when you’re ready to take the plunge.

Five Specs You Need to Know

  1. Five-year/unlimited-kilometre warranty 

  2. Hybrid-only engine lineup, two choices

  3. Front-wheel drive base models 

  4. All-wheel drive GR Sport flagship 

  5. Untested by ANCAP 


Alexi Falson

Alexi is an automotive journalist and road tester hailing from Byron Bay. He has an affection for both cars and motorbikes, a great admiration for the simplicity of old-school engineering, and a fascination of new technology making its way to modern cars. When he's not road testing, you'll find him surfing, hiking or helping people find their dream cars.

Have any questions? Call us on 1300 719 925

car icon
close sticky hub button


Maximum of 3 vehicles