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The marketing for the C-HR is aimed at 'hip young urbanite's'

I'm defo not one of those :eek:

Age: 52
Location: UK Rural Somerset
Children: 2 x young teenagers
Weight: 11st 5lbs/72kg (this one's optional!) :D
 

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50 in a few months but going on 25 , 3 grown up kids a dog and cat and last but not least the wife
 

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Man 73 year + partner.
 

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Female.
Age 50.
Busy town, rush hour driver weekdays.
One grown up child not at home and married.
One grandchild.
Husband has a Kia Sportage.
We have 2 cats.
My 12th car since driving and only my second with 4 doors. Wanted to move from a 2 door car and loved the look of this.
Never been interested in a Toyota before.
 

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View attachment 36 63 yr old retiree (used to work for Fujitsu designinig software for post offices).
Love golf (18 handicap)
Had 2 Toyotas before (both Prius)
Fancied a pumped up body shape wihile retaining Prius technology.
Wife drives a Fiesta.
 

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51 and was wondering when I ordered it if it was "too young" for me, but clearly not, I seem to sit slap bang in the middle of the demograph
 
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67 in October. No photo- but imagine Tom Baker as Dr.Who crossed with a svelte Santa Claus and use your imagination!
 

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50 years old, married with 1 grown up son,
Same as many others on here sold my beloved GT86 to buy this C-HR.
No regrets, looks great, drives great, makes me smile every day :D
 
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