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New Toyota Prius Greenest - Cleanest & Biggest Seller

2-11-2009
The new Toyota Prius has been voted Japan Car of the at the Tokyo motor show in 2009. The third generation Toyota Prius, which delivers more power and has better fuel efficiency than its predecessor the Generation 2 Prius also produces lower CO2 emissions from its full hybrid powertrain. Quite and accomplishment and the reason we here at Click4Gap.co.uk are happy to provide gap insurance to new Toyota car buyers. 
More great news is that Toyota was also hailed as the “greenest manufacturer” because Toyota is also the first major car manufacturer to reduce the average CO2 output of its model range to less than 130g/km some 4 years earlier than the target set by the European Union of 2013. On the back of these accolades its little wonder then that 2009 was the years we saw the introduction of its new Prius and the ultra-compact iQ, both of which boast sub-100g/km emissions!
Prius’s advanced but eminently user-friendly technology is straight out of a Sci-Fi program. The new Prius boasts feature such as heads-up display across its range, keyless entry and a new Atkinson Cycle VVT-i engine which is more responsive and more fuel efficient than previous 1.5 engines in the range. In Japan the new Toyota Prius has spend the last 5 months at the top of the new car buyers list having sold in excess of 31,000 cars in September alone, close to an 11 per cent share of the Japanese new car market.
Here in Britain also the New Prius is also making a big impact on our new car buyers with more than 4,000 customer orders received since its launch in August 09. September has seen the Third generation Prius move in to third place on the Toyota best-sellers list behind the Toyota Yaris and Auris.
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