Founded by Kiichiro Toyoda in 1937 Toyota has produced more than 200 million vehicles (1) – passing that record breaking figure in 2012. Producing cars at a rate of 10 million per year is achieved maintaining the highest standards in quality assurance. Toyota is a brand name synonymous with reliablility and value for money and with no compromise on quality. The two cars most sought after by new drivers looking for their first car are the Yaris and the Aygo.
The Toyota Yaris was released in 1999 and is still being produced now in it’s 4th generation. The Yaris is available as either a 3 door or 5 door hatchback with a variety of engine sizes from 1.0L to 1.8L in both Diesel and 16V petrol formats. The most popular version for a first car is the 3 door version in either the second generation (2006 to 2008) or third generation (2008 to 2011). The three door 1.0L VVT-i T2 is the perfect car for the new driver being a lowly insurance group 2. However, be certain to check the insurance group of a specific model as some Yaris, like the 1.4L D-4D T Spirit 3d are rated insurance group 10.
The Toyota Aygo is a popular city car for new drivers looking for something compact and cheap to insure. The Aygo is currently produced from Toyota’s factory in Kolin (Czech Republic). The factory is owned by Toyota, Peugeot and Citroen. Unsurprisingly therefore that the Aygo is basically a rebadged Peugeot 107 / Citroen C. The Toyota Aygo is available in two body styles, three and five door hatchback. A majority of Aygo such as the 1.0L VVT-i (09) 5d come under group 2 and group 3 insurance.
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