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2022 Toyota C-HR

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Overview

The Toyota C-HR holds a strong position in terms of resale value among similar cars. It ranks second out of twenty in the Subcompact SUVs category, indicating a high resale value compared to most vehicles in its class. Furthermore, it also performs well in a broader category, ranking fourth out of fifty-six in the 5-seater SUVs category. This suggests that the Toyota C-HR not only holds its value well in its specific subcompact category but also competes effectively with larger 5-seater SUVs. Therefore, the Toyota C-HR can be considered a reliable investment with a robust resale value.

2022 Toyota C-HR Ratings

Toyota C-HR
Overall Score: Not available yet
Reliability: Not available yet
Retained Value: 8.9 / 10
Safety: 9.5 / 10

2022 Toyota C-HR Trims

Trim Engine Drive Train MSRP
XLE 4dr Crossover 4 Cylinder FWD 24280
Limited 4dr Crossover 4 Cylinder FWD 27300
Nightshade 4dr Crossover 4 Cylinder FWD 25045

Used Car Pricing

Toyota C-HR


Here's what the prices look like for a used Toyota C-HR for different model years. A 3-year-old used Toyota C-HR averages $24,793 while a 5-year-old used Toyota C-HR is $21,444.

Model Year (Age) Avg Used Car Price
2022 Toyota C-HR (2 years old) $28,047
2021 Toyota C-HR (3 years old) $24,793
2020 Toyota C-HR (4 years old) $23,323
2019 Toyota C-HR (5 years old) $21,444
2018 Toyota C-HR (6 years old) $19,538

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