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2016 TOYOTA C-HR S 1.8L Hybrid


Year: 2016
Model: C-HR S 1.8L Hybrid
Mileage: 7,000
Trans: Automatic
Colour: Blue
Price: $25,300

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This 2016 Toyota CH-R S 1.8L Hybrid was sold at USS HAA Kobe on 18 April 2020 for 1,345,000 YEN FOB, and is listed as an example. Grade 5 A, new condition with 6,336 km. Total price in Australia at the time would have been approx. $25,300 complied plus tyres and ORC's (calculated at a rate of 75 yen to the dollar). This should be used as a guide as prices naturally vary over time depending on condition, kms, specification level, supply, demand, exchange rates and other factors. Please note that this vehicle is an EXAMPLE only and is not available for sale. It is intended to provide a good indication of prices at the date listed. We can source for import another 2016 Toyota CH-R S 1.8L Hybrid or other model to your requirements - simply contact us to discuss the specific vehicle you are looking for and current pricing. To see what's available and research prices you can browse past and upcoming Japanese auction vehicles of any model and add yourself to our free email auction alerts trial.

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