At the same time that its smaller sibling gets a full model change, the majestic Toyota Land Cruiser Amazon also receives several improvements, aiming to conserve its place as one of the world’s best SUVs.
Toyota not only offers the widest product range in the UK with 16 different model types – 19 if LCV models are included – but it also offers the widest line up of diesel engine derivatives of any manufacturer.
The new Corolla saloon will be available from 1 September completing the line up of five models in the Corolla range. The range now offers three and five door hatchbacks, Verso MPV, estate and saloon bodystyles.
The new Yaris D-4D continues the low cost of ownership trend from Toyota at a time of unprecedented growth in the UK diesel market. Sales of the Yaris D-4D since its launch in March have exceeded expectations with year to date sales at over 1,100 units to the end of July.
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.
From September the popular Yaris Colour Collection range will be available in 1.3-litre VVT-i petrol engine (manual transmission) priced from £8,995 on the road, just £500 more than the 1.0-litre Colour Collection models.