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Ireland is experiencing a significant growth in self-charging hybrid cars.
Toyota will phase out diesel engines from all its passenger cars except the Land Cruiser (+ HiLux and Proace) in 2018, and will focus on what it describes as more environmentally sustainable vehicles, led by self-charging hybrid electric cars.
Toyota Ireland has kicked off 2018 as the best-selling car brand in the country, thanks to significant demand for its hybrid range. The Japanese carmaker closed out January with a 11.83 per cent market share, garnered through the sale of 4,393 passenger vehicles, 48 per cent of which were hybrids.
Toyota Ireland’s chief executive, Steve Tormey has predicted a bright 2018 for hybrid sales, and a negative future for diesel.
Toyota Ireland has been announced as the official partner to Paralympics Ireland and to the 2020 and 2024 Irish Paralympic teams. The announcement builds on Toyota’s worldwide Olympic and Paralympic partnerships in the mobility category.
Toyota says that their new Yaris sees significant improvements to the outgoing model’s design, performance, and styling.
In a year that saw the Irish motoring market experience growth of 17.5 per cent, Toyota enjoyed 18.5 per cent year on year growth, becoming the best-selling car brand in Ireland with sales of 15,530 passenger vehicles and an overall market share of 10.6 per cent.
Toyota Ireland has launched its new Avensis with 'premium style and comfort' and advanced safety technology. Prices start from just €25,870 for the entry-level 'Aura' petrol, and €27,710 is the starting price for the 'Aura' diesel versions.
Toyota Ireland is proud to announce it has donated a state-of-the-art microscope to Temple Street Children’s Hospital. The microscope, worth €18,000, will be used to provide diagnoses and investigate illnesses such as meningitis, urinary tract infections, respiratory infections and other bacterial infections among children. The new microscope, which will be used in the Microbiology Department, will be instrumental in processing patient samples from A&E around the clock and allows for important consultation between laboratory and medical staff. It will also help facilitate vital staff training, making a significant positive impact on the services provided by microbiology.