Toyota New Year news in brief
The motor industry has made huge advances in safety in the past few years, but it’s Toyota that’s built the safest MPV, according to Euro NCAP’s test results for 2010.
Toyota is celebrating the delivery of its 20 millionth vehicle in Europe, a landmark reached just 10 years after recording its 10 millionth sale here.
There is no need to take our word for it, the Toyota Prius and Verso are “best buys”. That’s the verdict of Which?, Europe’s largest consumer organisation.
The Toyota Verso has been awarded a maximum, 5-Star rating in the 2010 Euro NCAP safety performance test programme.
Toyota today announced it has identified exactly which vehicles are the subject of its accelerator pedal safety recall in the UK.
Toyota Motor Europe announced today the recall of 8 Toyota models in Europe, to solve a potential accelerator pedal issue.
Toyota’s seven-seat Verso gains added dynamic appeal with the introduction of a 2.2 D-CAT 150 clean diesel engine with a slick, smooth and intelligent six-speed automatic transmission.
The new 2009 Toyota Verso continues the winning streak of its predecessor, taking the title of Best Small MPV at the Fleet World Honours awards for the third consecutive year.
Toyota’s rapidly expanding UK model line-up gains another new member this week with the sales launch of new Verso, bringing more style, space, safety and advanced equipment features to the compact MPV segment.
Full UK-specific media resources are now available for the new Toyota Verso at Toyota’s press web site, www.toyotagb-press.co.uk.
The new Toyota Verso brings high levels of safety to the compact MPV segment, providing better protection for all those on board and using intelligent design to cut the risk of injury to pedestrians.