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Thanks to their growing popularity, high resale values and range of competitive finance and leasing offers, Toyota Hybrids are no more expensive to buy than comparable petrol or diesel cars. In fact, you can buy Toyota Hybrid from as little as 205 per month. 

Toyota Hybrids not only save you money by using less fuel but are also more affordable to service than you may think. With parts like brake pads wearing less, as well as convenient service plans, maintenance costs are up to 5% lower.

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