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Toyota adds summer deal appeal to hybrids

Low emissions and high fuel economy; Toyota’s hybrid cars already have plenty to ensure that running costs are kept to a minimum but now the carmaker is launching summer PCP deals to make owning one of its new car even more affordable.

Toyota Auris Hybrid on the road

Available on both the Yaris and Auris hybrid, as well as the Aygo and Verso ranges, summer-long zero per cent finance is available until the end of September. For customers choosing an Auris Hybrid, there is also a further £1,000 Finance Deposit Allowance, meaning that buyers need provide less up front to secure their car.   

Example finance quotations show that a Yaris Hybrid can be had for just £169 a month, while the larger Auris Hybrid hatch can be secured with monthly payments of less than £200.

With fuel economy as strong as  73.4mpg (combined cycle) for the Auris Hybrid and 80.7mpg (combined cycle) for the Yaris Hybrid, thanks to their Hybrid Synergy Drive (HSD) technology, both cars make efficient and frugal choices.

Matt Harrison, Toyota Commercial Director, said: "With Toyota's global hybrid vehicle sales accelerating past the three million mark, it's clear that the public have confidence in hybrid and appreciate the real-world advantages it delivers.

"It's our aim to make the benefits of our hybrid technology available to as a wide a range of customers as possible. To do this we have already extended our range of models from one - Prius - to six. Now we are adding an exceptional purchase offer that will bring hybrid within the budgets of even more people."

Toyota's summer zero per cent offers are also available on certain petrol and diesel versions of Aygo, Yaris, iQ, Auris and Verso. fOR

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Faye Sunderland

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