GREAT DEALS . . .Pat McCaffrey from Western Cars
The highly popular and successful Western Cars annual event is back for another year.
This weekend the great deals are helping motorists switch to cleaner driving with a new scrappage scheme. The weekend of offers opens on Thursday 14th and flies right through to Saturday 16th September.
There are some amazing offers on new cars including 0% on selected new models and up to £1,500 finance deposit allowance. There are great deals on used cars too with a minimum reduction of £515, or save save £9,685 on an Auris diesel, £6,385 on an Avensis diesel, £5,000 on a demo Isuzu and up to £6,000 on a Subaru XV.
Great deals are available to people who take up the chance to change their older, higher emissions vehicles for a brand new Toyota, including the widest range of petrol electric hybrids on the market. For some customers it will be a great first-time opportunity to move into a new hybrid car.
At a stroke, they can cut their carbon footprint and help protect air quality – Toyota hybrids have extremely low NOX emissions – while also enjoying significant savings.
And, of course, today’s Toyotas are quieter, more comfortable and come with many more sophisticated safety and equipment features, plus a peace-of- mind five-year warranty.
OFFERS GALORE AT WESTERN CARS . . . Pat McCaffrey from Western Cars
Toyota’s national retailer network is ready to welcome scrappage customers now and explain the wealth of new vehicle options open, right across the current range of cars and light commercials – not just hybrids – from the Aygo city car to the mighty Land Cruiser and Hilux. The new scheme adds to a wide choice of attractive consumers offers across the Toyota line-up, including zero per cent finance on a number of models.
Toyota’s unmatched hybrid range includes the new Yaris Hybrid, the only car in the supermini class to offer the low emissions and fuel economy of hybrid power. Also available are the hugely successful new C-HR Hybrid crossover and the British-built Auris Hybrid hatchback and Touring Sports wagon.
New Prius is the preeminent example of Toyota’s latest full hybrid technology, while the hybrid RAV4 has quickly become the best-selling version of the popular compact SUV.
Of course Toyota’s cleaner engine technology is not confined to hybrid.
Customers can also take their pick of some of the best-performing petrol and diesel engines on the market, benefiting from Toyota’s significant advances in efficiency, ensuring more energy is captured from every drop of fuel and that exhaust emissions are kept to a minimum.
Both cars and light commercial vehicles are covered by the scheme.
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