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Toyota offers six months free fuel

Toyota offers six months free fuel

Rising fuel prices will be less of a concern for new Toyota owners, thanks to this summer's offer of six months worth of free fuel on selected models.

Anyone buying a new Aygo, Yaris, Auris, Auris Hybrid or Verso can enjoy six months of driving with Toyota picking up the fuel bill.

Each new car will be sold with a pre-loaded Visa card covering the cost of 5,000 miles of motoring – about the distance covered on average in six months of driving.

According to the model purchased, the equivalent saving is up to £635, calculated using a benchmark combined cycle fuel consumption figure and pence-per-litre fuel price. Owners simply use the card to pay for each fill-up until the credit is exhausted.

The offer is open to retail customers and applies to all versions of each model purchased between 1 June and 30 September and registered before 31 December.

With prices so high at the pumps, the national average today being 135.9p for petrol and 139.6p for diesel, this will offer becomes particularly attractive. The Auris Hybrid is the most fuel efficient out of the qualifying models, meaning that by choosing it will guarantee continued low running costs even once Toyota's summer offer is over.

More affordable motoring from Toyota is made possible by the low emissions and high fuel efficiency delivered by Toyota Optimal Drive petrol and diesel powertrains, and by Toyota's world-leading Hybrid Synergy Drive full hybrid system.

Free fuel is just part of the packages available on new Toyota cars this summer. Customers can also qualify for two years' free servicing when financing their new car through Access Toyota and further savings are on offer in a range of current models: the new Aygo Go!, Yaris T Spirit and Auris Edition all deliver a high specification at a high value price.


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