The Mobility Roadshow 2000 comes to Donington Park, Derbyshire from 23-25 June when disabled people and their carers will have the opportunity to view and test drive a range of cars from the Toyota range.
The New Toyota Yaris has been declared the best small car in the AA/Good Housekeeping Woman-Friendly Car Awards. It was praised for its low cost of running, high level of standard equipment and nippy performance.
Joining the successful 67bhp 1.0-litre VVT-i Yaris introduced on 8 April this year, a bigger-engined 1.3-litre version will be made available in the UK from October after a debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show on 14 September.
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 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.
The Toyota Yaris is being given added driver appeal with the launch of the Yaris Blue. On sale from 1 April, Yaris Blue offers special styling and equipment specification at a high value for money price.
"A great little car around town" was the verdict of Falklands war veteran Simon Weston OBE, after trying out the new-style Toyota Yaris 1.0-litre T2 for a week in the run-up to the Mobility Roadshow 2003.
Rising prices at the pumps need not concern Toyota owners, thanks to a summer-long free fuel bonus. Anyone buying a new Aygo, Yaris, Auris, Auris Hybrid or Verso can enjoy six months of driving with Toyota footing the fuel bill.
Moving into a new year, Yaris welcomes two new top-of-the range models to its UK line-up, giving customers the option of a version that’s a touch more luxurious, or one that has a bigger dose of sports styling.
Toyota’s top selling Yaris enters 2010 as an even stronger market proposition, thanks to a class-leading combination of fuel efficiency and low emissions, backed up by enhanced equipment specifications and styling details.
Few car makers will look back fondly on 2009, but Toyota has made the best of a bad situation thanks to new models and a well organised, fast starting scrappage scheme offer that had attracted many buyers keen to buy into the quality and strong residual value of the brand.
Take one Yaris. Add highly desirable styling and exclusive equipment features. Price competitively and sell. It is as simple as that. Toyota has comprehensively upgraded the specification of its 1.3 VVT-i and 1.4 D-4D Yaris SR models to create one of the most impressive supermini prospects on the market.
Toyota brings a bit of welcome styling sizzle to Britain’s bleak summer with the timely introduction of the new Yaris Edition and Yaris Trend. Adding a healthy dose of visual pizzazz to Yaris’s sharp appearance, both come with blacked-out C-pillars which, combining with darkened rear privacy glass and contrasting with Tyrol Silver or Cirrus White paintwork, create a floating roof effect.
Emissions from Toyota hybrid vehicles – which mate a conventional petrol engine to an electric motor – contain no particulates, very low levels of nitrogen oxides (NOx), including nitrogen dioxide, and emit lower levels of CO2 than equivalent powered diesel engine rivals.
Toyota announced this week that it will start operating a third production shift at its European Yaris factory from June 2014 in order to meet high demand for its two products, the Toyota Yaris and the Toyota Yaris Hybrid.