Toyota is the number one car brand in Ireland following on from the July sales period where Toyota sold 3,456 cars in the past month.
There has never been a better time to make the shift from diesel to a Toyota Self-Charging Hybrid Electric car.
Toyota adds battery electric to self-charging hybrid and hydrogen powertrains as central components of the company’s 'beyond Zero’ strategy towards zero, and negative, emissions.
After a strong start to the year, Toyota has maintained its position as Ireland’s best-selling car brand as of March 31st.
At Toyota we talk about how we build for a better world. And part of this mission is to create the ultimate environmentally friendly vehicle. One that in the future will have absolutely no impact on the environment at any point during its lifecycle.
Toyota has taken the lead as Ireland’s best-selling car brand with a 15% market share in January 2021, a key selling period for the car industry.
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.
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.