Yaris Hybrid: the new low-cost company car

The new Toyota Yaris Hybrid’s low emissions, brilliant fuel economy and on-the-road price won’t just benefit private car buyers – there are huge benefits for company car and fleet operators, too. Let’s take a closer look…

Toyota Yaris Hybrid

Yaris Hybrid, the first European full hybrid supermini, is expected to cost no more than £25 a month in Benefit-in-Kind tax for business motorists.

Although full UK list prices and specifications are yet to be announced, the Yaris Hybrid will start from less than £15,000 on-the-road and attract a Benefit-in-Kind tax rating of just 10%.

Toyota Yaris Hybrid

Thanks to 79g/km CO2 emissions, there’s also no annual road tax (VED) charge and the 80.7mpg combined cycle fuel economy means lower fuel bills, too.

The benefits extend to small business owners too. Yaris Hybrid qualifies for a 100 per cent capital write down against corporation tax in year one of ownership, meaning a company could save £3,900 on their corporation tax bill – details below:

Yaris Hybrid BiK table

Yaris Hybrid will debut at the 2012 Geneva motor show. It is available for pre-order from Toyota Centres now, with customer deliveries from 1 July.

To see our Yaris Hybrid image gallery, click here.

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