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All new Toyota Yaris hybrid on the way

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New Toyota Yaris hybrid on the way

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The new fourth-generation Yaris hybrid hatchback is on the way in the next couple of months. It is built on Toyota’s newest platform, which also underpins the latest Corolla, C-HR and RAV4 models.

Toyota unveils new Yaris Cross hybrid

Toyota has given a global launch to its new Yaris Cross, and it will be exclusively a self-charging hybrid when it goes on sale in Ireland in the second half of 2021.

Toyota unveils their all-new Yaris Cross Hybrid

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Toyota has given a global launch to their all-new Yaris Cross, and it will be exclusively a self-charging hybrid when it goes on sale in Ireland in the second half of 2021.

Hybrid success as Toyota is best-selling car brand in Galway

Tony Burke Motors is delighted to announce Toyota is the best-selling car brand in Galway for January 2020.

Toyota announces incentives for going hybrid in 2020

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Toyota Ireland is hosting a Hybrid Advantage event in local dealers Tony Burke Motors, Ballybrit, to display its range of driving self-driving hybrids, and a range of offers available for 201.

Toyota Corolla will be hybrid engine only from 2020

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From 2020, Toyota Ireland says that it will remove the 1.6 petrol Saloon and 1.2 petrol Hatchback versions of the Corolla from its offering, with the latter model only available only in hybrid form.

Toyota Corolla to be exclusively hybrid from 2020

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"Unprecedented demand" for the self-charging hybrid version of the world’s best-selling car, the Toyota Corolla, has eliminated the need for petrol options.

Toyota Corolla returns to the top

Toyota Ireland has announced its Corolla has returned to the number one spot in the Irish market.

Toyota Corolla returns to the top

Toyota Ireland has announced its Corolla has returned to the number one spot in the Irish market.

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