Toyota unveils its cheapest new hybrid - the Yaris Active

Published 04 August 2015

Toyota has unveiled two new versions of the Yaris Hybrid, called Active and Sport, with the £14,995 Active becoming the cheapest new Toyota Hybrid on sale.

The Sport model is priced at a fiver under £17,000, but comes with kit including rear tinted windows, 16-inch alloy wheels, a rear spoiler plus a unique rear pillar that Toyota says gives the roof a ‘floating effect’.

The entry level Active model isn’t badly equipped either, coming with dual-zone climate control, electric front windows and split-folding rear seats.

The real allure of both these cars, though, is the claimed fuel economy - 85.6mpg average and 75g/km CO2, or 78.5mpg and 82g/km on the bigger wheels. An extra inch really does make a big difference.

Both cars are available with zero per cent finance, and are available to order now. 

Click here to read our review of the Toyota Yaris and Yaris Hybrid

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