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I'd love to debadge the C-HR and simply leave the Toyota emblems on it. I'm reluctant to do it until I know if they're going to reveal bracket holes underneath or not; but struggling to find anyone who's actually attempted it.

All searches have only turned up how to remove the emblem and change the background and even these aren't for the C-HR.

Has anyone here attempted to remove the any of the badges themselves?
 

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just had a look and they all look to be stuck on with 3m tape, personally i will be leaving the badges on as HYBRID says the future is here and im in it ;)
a good soak with wd40 will soften the glue,
 

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I just took the dealer/toyota decals on the glass off.

Albeit being a pain to wax or polish around I'll be leaving my badges on, typically when I see an unbadged car I always assume they've the lowest in the engine range and want it to look like one with a larger lump. :)

Usually a hair drier and some dental floss does the trick if you're keen?
 

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MarkyMUK said:
I just took the dealer/toyota decals on the glass off.

Albeit being a pain to wax or polish around I'll be leaving my badges on, typically when I see an unbadged car I always assume they've the lowest in the engine range and want it to look like one with a larger lump. :)

Usually a hair drier and some dental floss does the trick if you're keen?
lucky the dealer only put their name on the number plates so no messy badges for me,
 

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The hybrid badges above the front arches do my head in. A car designed to have big sweeping curves doesn't deserve badges to detract from those curves. I can appreciate that Toyota will obviously want them there to promote the hybrid tech but I feel the tailgate badges are ample for that.

I've debadged a few cars in the past so doing it's not a concern, revealing holes and having to reapply them is the ballache I'd rather avoid.

If anyone finds out for certain down the line, I'd appreciate the heads up.
 

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I have thought about carbon fiber wrapping the Toyota badge or if I can find a decent price already carbon looking badge to swap I may do that... still interested to know how they are attached to the car though.
 

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Exept for the "C-HR" badge on the tail i took all "Hybrid" and the "Toyota" badges off.. all badges have only sticky 3M tape.
 
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