The Toyota Motor Corporation has been building cars since 1936 and today is the largest vehicle manufacturer in the world. The company’s current product range begins with the Aygo citycar, which slots into the brand’s range just below the successful Yaris supermini – a favourite with those looking for Toyota finance deals. The Yaris is available with conventional petrol power or as a petrol/electric hybrid. Plus the Japanese maker also offers the Yaris ‘GRMN’ hot hatch. If you want something still compact but a bit bigger, Toyota wants you to look at its Auris model, available in five-door hatch or ‘Touring Sports’ estate guises and a favourite with those looking for Toyota lease deals. Next up in size is the Mondeo-sized Avensis, available in saloon and ‘Touring Sports’ estate bodyshapes.
For business buyers looking at Toyota finance, the range often starts with one of the brand’s SUVs - the compact fashionable C-HR model, the slightly larger RAV and the large Land Cruiser. All three are good value as part of a Toyota lease. There’s also the GT86 sports coupe and the van-based Proace Verso super-large MPV. The brand’s cleverest car though, is the Prius. Here, a Focus-sized design can offer buyers the choice of parallel hybrid or plug-in hybrid motoring. There’s also a Prius+ 7-seat MPV model – or the mid-sized seven-seat Verso if you want a more conventional People Carrier.
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