Toyota has become one of the three marques specified for UK staff of the British Standards Institution (BSI). The agreement was concluded in May and the first vehicle, an Avensis pool car, was delivered in July.
A comprehensive product range, diesel efficiency and competitive whole life costs have led the UK arm of BASF, the world’s leading chemical company, to switch to Toyota as one of the two marques specified for its company car fleet.
Six months after award-winning IT solutions company Croft plc switched its service fleet from Rover to Toyota, a survey has revealed overwhelming driver satisfaction – and management is delighted by the low fuel bills.
The news that Tower Bridge is to be closed for six weeks for maintenance is sure to cause a traffic nightmare for motorists who use the surrounding roads – except for those driving a 2002 Toyota Avensis*.
A fuel consumption figure of 58.12mpg has been recorded by a Toyota Avensis diesel GLS four-door saloon 2.0-litre D-4D in the 2001 RAC/Fleet World MPG Marathon, an annual on-the-road competition to test the economy of cars in real conditions.
To celebrate a major production milestone achievement, Derbyshire based car manufacturer, Toyota Manufacturing UK today pledged to give its one millionth car to leading medical research charity the Arthritis Research Campaign.