The new Toyota Avensis is primed for strong performance against its leading market rivals in terms of holding its value and costing less to run for company car drivers.
Figures released by CAP Monitor show the new Toyota Avensis outperforming both the Ford Mondeo and Vauxhall Insignia when it comes to value retained after three years/60,000 miles, making the Toyota a compelling proposition to fleet managers when it goes on sale on 1st January 2009.
|Avensis TR 2.0 D-4D 130||35%|
|Vauxhall Insignia SRI 2.0 CDTi||31%|
|Ford Mondeo Zetec 2.0 TDCi||29%|
|Avensis TR 2.0 D-4D 130||36%|
|Vauxhall Insignia SRi 2.0 CDTi||33%|
|Ford Mondeo Zetec 2.0 TDCi||31%|
|Avensis TR 1.8 Valvematic||32%|
|Vauxhall Insignia SRi 1.8||30%|
|Ford Mondeo Zetec 1.6i Duratec||27%|
|Avensis TR 1.8 Valvematic||33%|
|Vauxhall Insignia SRi 1.8||31%|
|Ford Mondeo Zetec 1.6i Duratec||29%|
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