Happy days - the Toyota Yaris Edition 1.0 VVT-i is available with 0% finance and free insurance. How? Via the AccessToyota Personal Contract Purchase Plan. Example terms include the £2,238.40 deposit which is followed by thirty-five monthly payments of £149. At the end of the term the motorist has three options. The first is to settle the £4,341.60 final payment to own this three-door supermini outright. This totals £11,795 which includes the registration fee, delivery, number plates, and tax disc. Option two is to return the vehicle. There should be nothing else to pay assuming it is in reasonable condition and not exceeded its 10,000 mile annual allowance. Excesses are charged at 8.0 pence per-mile. Option three is to part exchange via a second Personal Contract Purchase Plan. If the Toyota Yaris Edition VVT-i is worth more than the final payment - perhaps because it has low mileage or very little wear - the difference contributes toward the replacement's deposit. This 0% finance plan is available between April 1st and June 30th 2013 to drivers aged twenty-one plus. However, guarantees/indemnities may be required.
Toyota Yaris Edition 1.0 VVT-i Flexible Finance
Happy days - Toyota's Personal Contract Purchase Plan
can be tweaked to suit the motorist's requirements. As such the deposit – that for our example is £2,238.40 - can be increased up to £3,050. This reduces the first monthly payment to £125.86 and the subsequent thirty-four to £125.81. The optional final payment is £4,341.60 so the total remains £11,795. In contrast, a deposit of (say) £100 significantly increases the regular payments. The motorist can also shorten the length of the contract from thirty-six to twenty-four months. Furthermore, the mileage allowance can be raised from 10,000 per-year to: 12,000, 15,000, 20,000, 25,000 or £30,000. But whatever the finance terms the Toyota Yaris Edition VVT-i is a capable car. It therefore feels more robust than most of its rivals so it should be reliable both short and long term. The Yaris also has a spacious cabin and a 347-litre boot. The latter is very large for the class and capacity can be increased to 768-litres by folding the rear seats flat. This workhorse also has confident handling that makes driving virtually effortless - although its 1.0-litre 68bhp petrol engine could arguably benefit from a little more power. After all, this sharply-styled hatchback takes 15.3 seconds to hit 62mph. On the plus side, the running costs are low as this Yaris averages 58.9mpg and sits in insurance group three of fifty. Standard toys include the: front fog lights, electronic stability program, electric windows, rear privacy glass, central locking, power mirrors and CD player so it has nice specification for the price. Happy days.
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