Toyota Corolla Saloon Hybrid running costs
|Insurance group||Warranty||Service intervals||2018/19 company car cost (20%/40%)|
|N/A||60 months / 100,000 miles||N/A||£1,038.40 / £2,076.80|
With prices starting from £23,750, the Toyota Corolla Saloon Hybrid looks like a keenly priced proposition in a market where premium vehicles are more prominent. The Ford Mondeo Hybrid costs from £26,395, while the forthcoming BMW 330e plug-in hybrid is set to cost a great deal more.
With CO2 emissions ranging from 77-83g/km, all versions of the Corolla Saloon Hybrid attract a Benefit-in-Kind company-car tax rate of 22% for 2019/20 and 2020/21: in base-spec Icon trim, this translates into annual payments of £1,038.40 or £2,076.80 for 20% and 40% taxpayers respectively.
Fuel economy of 53.9-65.5mpg should ensure that trips to the petrol station are few and far between.
Unfortunately, the Corolla Saloon Hybrid misses out London Congestion Charge exemption.
Toyota Corolla Saloon Hybrid insurance group
Insurance group ratings for the Toyota Corolla Saloon Hybrid have yet to be confirmed for the UK. The old Auris Touring Sports Hybrid featured in insurance brackets as low as group 9, however we expected the Corolla Saloon to attract higher premiums.
As with all of Toyota’s passenger cars, the Corolla Saloon Hybrid comes with a 100,000-mile/five-year warranty.
Depending on how long you expect to own the car and your anticipated annual mileage, only Hyundai’s unlimited-miles/five-year warranty and Kia’s seven-year/100,000-mile warranty offer more reassurance.
Servicing prices for the Toyota Corolla Saloon Hybrid are yet to be confirmed, although they shouldn’t deviate too far from those of the Auris. An ‘Intermediate’ service cost £185 on that particular model, with a ‘Full’ service and ‘Full Plus’ service costing £335 and £395 respectively.
With CO2 emissions between 76-90g/km, first-year road tax for the Corolla Saloon Hybrid stands at £95. Thereafter, it’s £130 per year.