Toyota if offering six months' free fuel with any Toyota Yaris ordered between 1st - 30th April 2011, and registered before 30th June 2011. Worth more than £500 at the pumps, that's enough to cover around 5000 miles with the 1.0 litre VVT-i petrol model, which returns 55.4 mpg on the combined cycle.
New Toyota Yaris customers will receive a pre-paid card, to the total value of £548.15 - calculated on a fuel price of £1.336 per litre, 55.4mpg combined cycle economy and 1,000 miles driven per month. The card can be used with a PIN to pay for fuel at any UK retailer.
"With the highest petrol and diesel prices we've seen for years, it's the perfect time for Toyota to take the initiative and give our customers a benefit that's of real value day-to-day," said Commercial Director, Matt Harrison.
"Thanks to their Toyota Optimal Drive powertrains, Yaris petrol and diesel models are among the most fuel and emissions-efficient in their class, so even when the free fuel has been used up, they will be costing their owners a lot less to run than many of their rivals."
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