Car of the Year 2017

Toyota C-HR scoops prestigious award

The new Toyota C-HR has won the title of European Car of the Year 2017 (COTY), scooping the prestigious award ahead of six other highly regarded new cars.

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Following in the footsteps of previous Toyota COTY winners, Yaris (2001) and Prius (2005), the Toyota C-HR has been declared the outstanding car of the last 12 months by a respected judging panel consisting of 58 senior motoring journalists from around Europe.

Seven finalists, selected from a long list of nominees, were apportioned points based on a number of criteria, including: design, comfort, safety, environmental requirements and driver satisfaction – with particular importance given to technical innovation and value for money. With each judge having a total of 25 points to allocate to at least five cars, and a maximum of 10 for any one car, the Toyota C-HR sealed an impressive victory.

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Having only been available on European roads in the last few months, the Toyota C-HR has wasted little time in making a big impression with car buyers. Its blend of sculptured, high-riding SUV looks, luxurious cabin and responsive drive offers something completely new for those wanting to stand out. With a COTY crown to add to its growing list of accolades, the Toyota C-HR and its many admirers, really are in perfect flow.

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