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Wednesday 29 November 2023 Dublin: 1°C
Ploughing 2018

Here's a chance to win a new Toyota C-HR Hybrid Sport worth €30k

If you’re down at the Ploughing Championships, will be raffling the car at its stand.

THE NATIONAL PLOUGHING Championships 2018 is kicking off today and runs until Thursday 20th of September. If you are heading down to Screggan, Tullamore, Co. Offaly for all the agricultural fun be sure to head to the area as you could win a brand new Toyota C-HR midsize SUV, which is worth €30,000.

The raffle is free and easy to enter, just come to the area located at Block 3, Row 1, Stand 20 and follow the instructions.

The car up for grabs is a Toyota C-HR (Coupe-High Rider) Hybrid which is a mid-sized crossover. It comes in Sport trim and features 18-inch black machined-face alloy wheels, a chrome door belt moulding and privacy glass on rear windows.

It is built on the Toyota New Generation Architecture (TNGA) platform, which also underpins the new Prius. It is powered by a 1.8-litre four-cylinder VVT-i petrol engine with two AC permanent magnet synchronous electric motors and it is mated to an electronic continuously variable (E-CVT) transmission.

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The Hybrid runs off it electric motors at lower speeds and around town, before the petrol power kicks in at higher speeds and on the motorway. This give the Toyota C-HR Hybrid a claimed fuel economy of 3.8 litres/100km (74.33mpg) and CO2 emissions of 86g/km giving it an annual motor tax bill of just €180.

The competition runs from Tuesday 18th until Thursday 20th September 2018 and is open to all attendees of The Ploughing Championships who are aged 18 years or older. What’s more, it is free to enter.

The winner will be announced on Tuesday 25th September 2018.

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