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Pricing & Offers Revealed for New 2019 Toyota Hybrids


Toyota Ireland have revealed pricing information for four of its five all new self-charging hybrid cars which are set to land on Irish shores from January. With prices starting from €203 per month on P.C.P., drivers looking to make the switch from diesel to the more environmentally and economically friendly hybrid will find it very affordable to do so.

Their pricing is as follows:


Marking the new generation of the incredibly popular C segment car, the all new Corolla Hatchback boasts a visually distinctive look with a lower stance and more appealing proportions. Corolla Hatchback boasts a new dynamic exterior design and a brand new 2.0 litre full hybrid powertrain, which joins the 1.8 Hybrid and 1.2 petrol engine variants.

Priced from €203 monthly on P.C.P., Corolla Hatchback hybrid is available from €26,370, and the 1.2 petrol Corolla hatchback is priced from €25,995. Corolla Hatchback can now be pre-ordered with deposits being taken now to avoid disappointment given the heavy demand.

Corolla Touring Sports

The new Toyota Corolla Touring Sports features a strikingly dynamic design with sleek lines and eye-catching LED headlamps. With a wheelbase of 2700 mm and 4653 mm in length the Touring Sports has best-in-class rear seat passenger legroom and was built for people looking for practicality and style without compromise. The Corolla Touring Sports is available as a 122 hp / 1.8 litre hybrid, 180 hp/2.0 litre hybrid, or 116 hp/1.2 litre conventional petrol powertrain.

Available to pre-order now, with prices starting from €28,420 or €234 monthly on P.C.P.

Camry Hybrid

After a 14 absence from Ireland, the new 8th generation Camry returns in early April 2019 with a newly developed 2.5 litre hybrid engine, a power output of 218hp, best in class fuel economy and an expected best in class CO2 output, all of which is sure to make it a very popular choice for business executives.

Camry hybrid is available across three grade options with prices starting at €39,750 or €300 per month on P.C.P. With pre-orders now being taken, we expect to have sold our full 2019 allocation before the Camry arrives, such is the unprecedented expression of interest we’re seeing.

RAV4 Hybrid

Available to order now, the stunning, ruggedly styled all new RAV4 Hybrid with a new 2.5 litre engine is 10mm wider and 30mm longer wheelbase than its predecessor and offers a more spacious and comfortable cabin combined with an increased luggage space of up to 580L.

RAV4 Hybrid is priced from €35,900 or €278 per month on P.C.P.

With APR’s from 2.9% on passenger cars and 1.9% on commercial vehicles, it’s never been more affordable to buy a Toyota.

Essentially you have a lower monthly payment for a hybrid over a petrol. So although a Hybrid car has a higher retail price to a petrol equivalent, the monthly repayments over a 37 month P.C.P term on a Hybrid will be less due to a higher guaranteed future value (GMFV), coupled with a lower APR for a Hybrid.

This means you have a lower monthly payment on a higher-grade hybrid, rather than a lower grade hybrid. This is possible by having a lower APR rate on our Luna grades and higher. A customer for example can upgrade from a RAV4 Aura grade to a RAV4 Luna grade for a lower monthly payment

We are also offering trade in boosters up to €3,000 on select passenger and commercial models.

All Toyota passenger cars now come standard with 3 years servicing, offering customer’s peace of mind for future planning.

Commenting on the pricing announcement, Steve Tormey, CEO of Toyota Ireland said, “We’re delighted to announce four dynamic next generation Toyota models at such competitive prices. The recent budget announcement that the government’s €1500 VRT rebate on hybrids is remaining for 2019 is welcome news and means that more people can afford to take the progressive step out of diesel into hybrid which represents a much cleaner and more cost-effective driving solution.

Given the level of enquiries on the new models that we’ve had so far there are early indications that we may be facing a situation of demand outstripping supply in Q1 2019, so we are encouraging interested parties not to delay and talk to their local Toyota dealer now to avoid disappointment.”


For full pricing across all model grades, interested customers should speak with their local Toyota dealer.