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Toyota Toyota > C-HR > C-HR (2016-2019) > 1.8 Hybrid WLTP, MPG, Fuel consumption

Select the vehicle according to the horsepower and transmission options.


Toyota C-HR 1.8 Hybrid (122 hp)
2018-2019 Automatic Euro 6d-TEMP (WLTP)
3.0 lt/100km
(94 MPG)


4.3 lt/100km
(65 MPG)
Toyota C-HR 1.8 Hybrid (122 hp)
2016-2017 Automatic Euro6
3.8 lt/100km
(74 MPG)


5.6 lt/100km
(51 MPG)

Toyota C-HR C-HR (2016-2019) Review

The Toyota C-HR 1.8 Hybrid is one of the next generations’ vehicles, both for the design, and for the hybrid engine that equips this car.

The 1.8 Hybrid engine uses petrol as fuel and besides that, electrical batteries, kick in, when needed, in order to save fuel and power the engine. This combination will be probably found on a lot of car configuration, in the near future, in an effort to lower the CO2 emissions.

The gearbox that can be equipped on this car is an automatic one, which actually makes a lot of sense, since most of the control is being hold by the computer of the vehicle in order to save fuel get the power whenever it is needed.

Even if this is one of the firs hybrid engines that Toyota is producing on such a large scale, the motor works ok and creates the a way to save a lot of fuel, especially in the crowded cities. This is possible, due to the technology implemented on the car, which makes the electric engine kick in, at lower speed, in order to save fuel. More than that, the engine, running on petrol only, is rather powerful, so for a long cruise, the car will have enough power.

With a top speed of only 170 km/h and an acceleration of 11.0 seconds, this model was designed especially for cities, where long hauls are needed and there is traffic. The combined fuel consumption for this car, according to Toyota should be 3.8 liters for 100km or 74 MPG (UK) - 62 MPG (US). These values are always smaller than reality, that’s why we created our own algorithms in order to show more realistic numbers. According to our calculations the Toyota C-HR 1.8 Hybrid real fuel consumption is 5.7 liters per 100km or 50 MPG (UK) - 42 MPG (US).

Another great detail about this engine is that the CO2 emissions are lower than usual with a value of 86 g/km.  

With slightly higher numbers than the 1.2 T engine, this configuration, has a loading capacity of 440 kg and a trunk volume of 377 liters.

All in all, the Toyota C-HR 1.8 Hybrid, is perfect for crowded cities, where at low speeds, the electric engine powers the vehicle and saves fuel. Also, the exterior is great looking and as for the inside, there are a lot of options that will increase the comfort of this car.