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Toyota: The C-HR at the top of the ATE classification

16. 12. 19.

Toyota: The C-HR at the top of the ATE classification

The new Toyota C-HR hybrid engine is the most virtuous.

The Association Transport and Environment (ATE) has published the classification of the most efficient and least polluting passenger cars in Switzerland in the December update of its guide to purchasing an environmentally friendly car: the 2019 Ecomobiliste 

 

Available with the new Dynamic Force Hybrid engine, the Toyota C-HR has obtained the top mark of 5 stars and achieved a total of 63.8 points, which is the best score among all of the new vehicles fitted with a combustion engine.

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The Ecomobiliste assesses the new passenger cars on the basis of their impact on the environment. It takes into account CO2 emissions, noise pollution and atmospheric pollution. For electric models, the impact of manufacturing their batteries is taken into consideration. The emissions and fuel consumption measurements are based on the WLTP test procedure which gives values close to reality.

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Awarded the top score of 5 stars, the Toyota C-HR finished first in the category of vehicles fitted with a combustion engine in the December update of the guide. Only three vehicles obtained 5 stars in this new edition, which takes into account all new models launched since July 2019.
Completely redesigned, the Toyota C-HR will now offer two hybrid engines. The improved hybrid 1.8 l developing 122 hp is offered alongside the new more souped-up 2.0 l Hybrid Dynamic Force developing 184 hp. The C-HR therefore offers a choice of ultra-efficient hybrid engines with CO2 emissions of 109 g/km for the 1.8 l version and 118 g/m for the 2.0 l version (according to the WLTP).