May 29 2012
Toyota is expected to rattle the supermini market as they release the new Yaris Hybrid, which is set to offer both high-efficiency full hybrid power technology along with unrivalled savings on ownership costs.
Kwikcarcost rank the Yaris Hybrid among its key competitors for offering the lowest bills over three years for company car operaters and drivers in data just released.
Their analysis shows that companies running the Yaris Hybrid will be paying just 35.2p per mile when measured across standard ownership benchmarks over three years.
All this proves good news for businesses looking at new car leasing options as industry monitor CAP also predict the new Toyota will lead the field in residual value over a three-year or 60,000-mile period, at 38 per cent for the T4 model.
The running costs for the company car driver work out much cheaper than the comparable rivals from Vauxhall and Honda, with the Yaris representing a 44 per cent lower cost than the Corsa and almost 30 per cent less than a Jazz.
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