2014(64) Toyota Yaris VVT-I ICON

Price £6,295
Was £6,895
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Overview

Mileage 57,704 miles
Registered 2014(64)
Registration AU64NFP
Fuel Type Petrol
Tax Band C
Tax Cost £30
Engine Size 1.3 l
Fuel Consumption 58.0 mpg
Doors 5
Colour White
Stock Number 7630326
Interior Trim N/A
Previous Owners 1
Bodystyle Hatchback
Exterior Colour White
Transmission Manual
MPG figures are obtained from laboratory testing and intended for comparisons between vehicles. They are unlikely to represent real world efficiency.

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Features

Specification

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Technical Specification

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Emissions
CO2
g/km
Engine
Transmission
Manual
MPG figures are obtained from laboratory testing and intended for comparisons between vehicles. They are unlikely to represent real world efficiency.

Efficiency

CO2 Emissions g/km

A 0
B 1 - 50
C 51 - 75
D 76 - 90
E 91 - 100
F 101 - 110
G 111 - 130
H 131 - 150
I 151 - 170
J 171 - 190
K 191 - 225
L 226 - 255
M 255 +
C ()

Fuel & Tax Costs

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Total Monthly Cost £____
Co2(g/km): N/A
MPG: N/A
Road Fund Licence 6 months: N/A
Road Fund Licence 12 months: £30.00
Tax Band: C
MPG figures are obtained from laboratory testing and intended for comparisons between vehicles. They are unlikely to represent real world efficiency.