Figures released from Cap show that the new Toyota Yaris will retain between 29 and 42 per cent of its original value after three years or 30,000 miles - depending on the grade, marking a 5-7 per cent improvement on the previous generation.
For the Toyota Yaris model fitted with the Touch and Go satellite navigation and connected information and communications package, the residual value is quoted a further two points higher.
The core model, Toyota Yaris TR, features include:
The best selling model is expected to be the Toyota Yaris five door 1.33 litre VVT-iTR, with an on the road price of £13,260. THis model has a 40 per cent residual value from CAP Monitor, up to 42 per cent with Touch and Go.
The Toyota Yaris TR three door 1.0 litre VVT-i model is available for £214 a month on an Access Toyota personal contract purchase (PCP plan). For £10 a month more, thee 1.33 litre VVT-I SR model is available, complete with 16 inch smoked chrome alloy wheels and trim, rear privacy glass, part-leather upholstery and sports suspension.
The top of the range Toyota Yaris T Spirit costs an additional £18 a month over the SR PCP price, and includes a panoramic glass roof, automatic headlights and wipers, Smart Entry and Start and dual-zone climate control.
The Toyota Yaris is backed by the Toyota five year/100,000 mile warranty.
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