Toyota Prius PHEV Expected to Cost Under £31,000 in Britain

Toyota USA recently came out saying that PHEV version of the Prius will cost from $32,760, and now the British one has revealed that the the Plug-in Hybrid is expected to cost less than £31,000.
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The figure doesn’t take the Government funding through the Ultra-Low Carbon Vehicle grant scheme that could reduce the price to customer by up to £5,000.

Official consumption figures are yet to be revealed for the UK market, but Toyota expects emissions to stand at 49g/km of CO2, with economy to sit at about 134.5mpg UK (about 2.1 liters per 100 km).

“Prius Plug-in Hybrid will be an exciting and valuable addition to what is already an industry-leading Toyota range that delivers significant financial benefits to companies and company car drivers with advanced and highly efficient models such as Prius and the British-built Auris Hybrid,” said Ewan Shepherd, General Manager Toyota/Lexus Fleet Services.
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