Changes to the Central London Congestion Charge announced today open the way for even more Toyota vehicles to travel in the capital for free. From 27 October, cars in bands A and B for Vehicle Excise Duty – those emitting less than 120g/km of carbon dioxide – will receive a 100 per cent discount.
As a master of small car design and clean engine technology, Toyota is well placed to benefit from the adjustment. All Aygo and diesel-powered Yaris models will join the hybrid power Prius as charge-busting vehicles.
In all there are 35 Toyota models that are charge-exempt, when different body styles, transmissions and specifications are taken into account. And the even better news is that Toyota’s product strategy promises more low emissions models in the not-too-distant future.
|MODEL||EMISSIONS (g/km)||VED BAND|
|Toyota Aygo (3 and 5-door)||109||B|
|Toyota Aygo+ (3 and 5-door)||109||B|
|Toyota Aygo Blue (3 and 5-door)||109||B|
|Toyota Aygo Platinum (3 and 5-door)||109||B|
|Toyota Yaris TR 1.4 D-4D (3 and 5-door)||119||B|
|Toyota Yaris T3 1.4 D-4D (3 and 5-door)||119||B|
|Toyota Yaris T Spirit 1.4 D-4D (3 and 5-door)||119||B|
|Toyota Yaris SR 1.4 D-4d (3 and 5-door)||119||B|
|Toyota Prius T3||104||B|
|Toyota Prius T4||104||B|
|Toyota Prius T Spirit||104||B|
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