Toyota Ireland has been awarded another impressive title at the 2021 What Van? Awards, with the Toyota Proace City named as the Compact Van of the Year.
With the support of Toyota Ireland, the Arts Council and KPMG, a total of 8,000 Irish books will be gifted to children and young people in centres of direct provision, hospitals, the Travelling community and homeless services nationwide.
Toyota announced today that it will preview a brand-new model for its Battery Electric line-up -- a mid-sized battery-electric SUV based on the forthcoming e-TNGA platform.
Second generation of Toyota’s ground-breaking, zero emission hydrogen fuel cell electric saloon.
AUTOBEST has awarded Toyota with the SAFETYBEST 2020 prize for the development and fitment of centre airbags in the new Yaris, a first in the European B-segment.
Since its launch in 1968, the ‘indestructible’ Hilux has proved its invincibility time and again, having conquered the North Pole, Icelandic volcanoes, the Antarctic and a win in the Dakar Rally in 2019.
Toyota, together with Hydrogen Mobility Ireland (HMI), is proud to announce the arrival of the world's first Toyota hydrogen fuel cell powered bus, to Ireland for the first time.
Following on from the launch of the new Yaris petrol earlier on this year, the brand new Yaris self-charging hybrid has arrived to Irish dealerships and is available from €23,055* or €143/ month** with Toyota Financial Services.
Dealerships open for servicing; customers encouraged to contact their dealers or check out Toyota’s virtual sales experience
Ireland’s new motor tax system announced in today’s budget will see new car buyers who opt for more sustainable vehicles such as hybrid electrics and EVs benefit with better value through lower VRT, while petrol and diesel cars with higher emissions will be more expensive.