We are now well into the New Year but many will still be feeling the pinch after an expensive festive period.
Therefore it makes sense to get the most out of your car – fuel efficiency is the under the microscope here.
The price of fuel is a constant concern for many motorists so finding that new car that can squeeze every last mile out of a tank of petrol or diesel is of massive importance.
Picking a car with great fuel economy will mean you save money over many miles of driving and today’s car buyers have even more economical models than ever to choose from.
Here at Toyota we understand the concerns of the modern motorist – our technologies enable our cars to do more, using less.
Since 2012 – Toyota has been recognised as the most fuel-efficient automotive manufacturer – this is achieved not just by utilizing some the latest engine technologies, but also by keeping every aspect of every car we build under the microscope.
Electric Power Steering and advanced aerodynamic efficiency are just some of the techniques we use to keep emissions low and economy figures high.
Take a look below as we outline some of the most frugal models in our range.
Toyota Yaris Hybrid
Now onto its third generation – the Toyota Yaris feature a spacious cabin that jam packed with equipment along with a strong range of engines and low running costs.
Throw in some great looks, advanced safety ratings and this Toyota Yaris is a great choice for anyone after a well-priced hatchback.
The most economical model in the line-up is the 1.5 VVT-i Hybrid with manages a super-frugal 85.6mpg.
As we have noted, standard equipment on the Yaris is impressive with climate control, power steering, MP3/iPod connection, alloy wheels and Bluetooth all included.
Prices for the Toyota Yaris Hybrid start at £16,195.
A joy to drive and equipped with an interior that’s both comfortable and easy to use – the Toyota Avensis is a practical saloon that won’t let you down.
With more driver assistance and safety as standard than ever – the Toyota Avensis is more than prepared to keep you safe, whatever the weather.
The Excel trim offer an advanced multi-media system, Touch & Go Plus, which makes its debut in the Avensis.
Most economical of the powertrains available with the Avensis is the 2.0-litre D-4D which is capable of 62.8mpg.
Prices for the Toyota Avensis start at £17,700.
Arguably the world’s most popular hybrid- the Toyota Prius combines the space and practicality of a family saloon with the money-saving fuel economy of a supermini.
Armed with the world most advanced full hybrid system – the 1.8-litre Hybrid Synergy Drive (HSD) – it pairs a 1.8-litre VVT-i petrol engine with twin electric motors which work together to offer a smooth and efficient driving experience.
Inside and out, the Prius looks like a car of the future. It comes packed with advanced technology that makes your life easier and your drive more comfortable and enjoyable.
The 1.8-litre VVT-i Plug-In is capable of a massive 135mpg - meaning you can travel for miles without it costing you a fortune.