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Ireland's best-selling hybrid electric cars

Toyota is Ireland's best-selling car brand in 2021 and 2022. Figures correct as of June 2022. Source SIMI

Available To Deliver Now:

Currently, we have stock available for delivery in May, June and July, if people order now. There is limited availability. Source - Toyota Ireland

How Toyota cut down on harmful emissions.

Toyota led the way with the world's first mass-produced hybrid electric vehicle in 1997 which was the Toyota Prius.

Toyota hybrid electric vehicles have lower CO2 than petrol cars. Source: SIMI Stats

Toyota hybrid electric vehicles have up to 90% lower NOx than diesel cars. Source: JATO

Hybrid cars emit less CO2 then petrol and diesel as seen in the following article.

Cumulative global sales of electrified vehicles (HEV, PHEV, FCEV, BEV) reached 20 million units as of the end of February 2022. Toyota estimates that the use of Toyota's electrified vehicles has resulted in approximately 160 million fewer metric tons of CO2 emissions and has saved approximately 65 million kiloliters of gasoline as of the end of February 2022. Going forward, Toyota will continue to create ever-better cars with a full lineup of electrified vehicles for the realization of a carbon-neutral society. Source: Toyota Global

How Toyota has a world-leading Hybrid Electric range.

Toyota have led the way by producing their first hybrid electric car 25 years ago in 1997. In 2020, Toyota passed 15 million hybrid electric vehicle global sales. Source: Toyota Europe

Toyota has also been the worlds best selling car brand since 2010 and continues to be the worlds best selling car brand in 2021. Source: Focus 2 Move.

SUV Range:

‘Ireland’s largest range of self-charging hybrid SUVs’
Number of self-charging SUV’s according to SIMI
‘best-in-class electric driving range up to 75km.’

Substantiation: The RAV4 PHEV has a higher EV range than any of the other Plug-in Hybrid SUV's in its segment, including the VW Tiguan, Ford Kuga, Hyundai Tucson, and Peugeot 3008.

Car Model EV Range (km)
RAV4 PHEV 75
Volkswagen Tiguan 47
Ford Kuga 56
Hyundai Tucson 50
Peugeot 3008 50
Aygo X "Cross over to better"

Aygo X Pulse (New Gen)
All power trains, except pure electric vehicle, under regulation 2017/1151

WLPT Values CO2 emissions Fuel consumption
Low 121 g/km 5.4 L/100km
Medium 99 g/km 4.4 L/100km
High 95 g/km 4.2 L/100km
Extra High 123 g/km 5.4 L/100km
Combined 109 g/km 4.8 L/100km
Weighted Combined NA g/km NA L/100km

Aygo x-play (Last Gen)
All power trains, except pure electric vehicle, under regulation 2017/1151

WLPT Values CO2 emissions Fuel consumption
Low 134 g/km 5.9 L/100km
Medium 104 g/km 4.6 L/100km
High 98 g/km 4.3 L/100km
Extra High 127 g/km 5.6 L/100km
Combined 114 g/km 5.0 L/100km
Weighted Combined NA g/km NA L/100km

These tables show when moving from the last gen Aygo to the new Aygo X, you are crossing over to better.

UCD Study

Study by UCD academics reveals Toyota Hybrids drive over 50% of the time in zero emissions mode.

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