Toyota is well placed to hit the front again

Don’t bet against the Japanese powerhouse climbing back to the top of Ireland’s automobile hit parade

23rd December, 2018

It’s almost a decade since a Toyota model took the top place in the new car sales charts in Ireland. Back in 2009, the Avensis was the Japanese company’s champion, and just a year on from the big motor taxation change based on emissions, some 62 per cent of the Avensis models sold were powered by a diesel engine. Fast forward to today, as we accelerate rapidly towards the end of the year and the...

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