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Toyota has today unveiled its 192 offers ahead of the New Generation event taking place in dealerships nationwide from Wednesday June 5 to 8. For the first time, all of Toyota’s new generation self-charging hybrid and petrol vehicles will be on display together. The Corolla Hatchback, Saloon, and Touring Sport will all be on show, as well as the Camry, RAV4, Prius, Yaris, and not forgetting Ireland’s best-selling hybrid, the Toyota C-HR.
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) issued the new vehicle registrations statistics for April.
After a 14 year absence, the Toyota Camry is back on sale in Ireland with an entry level price of €39,750 for the base ‘Hybrid’ model.
The legendary Toyota Land Cruiser new five-seater Business model is now available to order with limited first arrivals in July.
A new study carried out by University College Dublin academics has revealed that in typical Irish commuting conditions, Toyota’s hybrid powertrain system drives in zero emissions mode (ZEV) for significantly more than half (62 per cent ) of the time and more than 40 per cent of the distance covered.
Toyota and Suzuki have agreed a new co-operation in Europe.
After a fourteen year absence, the Toyota Camry is back on sale in Ireland with an entry level price of €39,750 for the base ‘Hybrid’ model.
Toyota tells us the new 2019 Prius marks further advances in the driving capability and appeal of the world’s most popular self-charging hybrid car.
Toyota has announced that the new Prius marks further advances in the driving capability and appeal of the world’s most popular self-charging hybrid car. Ever since the European launch of the original model in Brussels in 1997, the Prius has been a leader in technical innovation, making ever-greater progress in efficiency, refinement and driving pleasure through four generations. It has been a consistent pathfinder for advanced, useful new technologies.
Bridgestone tells us it has been chosen to provide some 120 new original equipment tyre fitments to car manufacturers for Europe, the Middle-East and Africa. This represents an increase of more than 30 per cent. The fitments are spread across more than 40 different models from 15 different manufacturers.