Toyota Offers Free Insurance On The Toyota Aygo Range

Toyota Aygo
Toyota Aygo

Toyota is taking the pain out of finding car insurance by offering one year's Toyota Motor Insurance cover for free on its Toyota Aygo range.

The little car with a great reputation is an even better buy thanks to the special deal which applies to new cars ordered and registered by 31st March 2010. And that comes on top of current offers that already provide a £500 saving on the on-the-road price.

There is no requirement for owners to have a no-claims bonus to qualify for the deal, but they must be aged 21 or older. The insurance comes with free no-claims discount protection and the benefit of a double no-claims bonus for any owner who chooses to renew their cover after a year - subject of course to no claims having been made.

The offer applies to the full range of Toyota Aygo three and five-door models. As an example, the three-door Toyota Aygo Platinum, complete with 14-inch multi-spoke alloy wheels, Crystal Silver metallic paint, six-speaker audio system and Alcantara and leather upholstery, costs just £8,995, plus one year's free insurance. Attractive AccessToyota finance deals from 3.9 per cent typical APR are also available, making a new 10-plate Toyota Aygo an even more affordable proposition.

Full terms and conditions on free insurance cover and AccessToyota finance offers are available from Toyota Centres.


Published : 19/02/10 Author : Staff

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