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Toyota Corolla is an impressive hybrid car in the UK

Considering getting a used hybrid car? Then the Toyota Corolla is a good option. At AutoUncle, we offer an impressive lineup of 1,776 used Toyota Corolla cars in the UK compiled from different dealership websites and online marketplaces, meaning you get to have nearly a full listing of all available pre-owned Toyota Corolla for sale in the nation.

What is the price of a used Toyota Corolla?

The pricing range for a used Toyota Corolla model at AutoUncle will accommodate a spectrum of budgetary requirements. The listed prices for these pre-owned vehicles presently start as low as £2,695 and extend up to £29,500.

The cost of a pre-owned Toyota Corolla is determined by several factors. Key contributing elements include what year the model is from, fuel consumption, how many miles the car has travelled not to mention equipment.

For instance, a car that is newer and has fewer miles on the clock will typically command a higher price. In the same vein, models at the higher end, replete with luxurious features or more robust engines, generally come with a more substantial price tag.

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Hybrid cars are becoming an increasingly common sight on the roads

In the UK, the appeal of hybrid cars is linked to their efficient fuel use, reduced carbon output relative to conventional cars, and the growing presence of charging facilities, consistent with the nation's ecological ambitions and financial incentives for sustainable travel. The utilisation of hybrid vehicles like the Toyota Corolla is essential in transitioning towards more sustainable and greener transportation methods.

You can find AutoUncle's selection of hybrid cars here

The benefits of buying a used hybrid car

A great deal of upsides come with opting for a pre-owned hybrid car. Such as:

  1. Cost savings on purchase: Pre-owned owned hybrid vehicles tend to be more economically priced than their new counterparts. This more economical initial price can open up hybrid car ownership to a wider audience.

  2. Environmental benefits: Hybrids offer reduced emission levels in contrast to traditional gasoline or diesel cars. Selecting a second-hand hybrid car diminishes the ecological impact compared to acquiring a new car, as the manufacturing process, particularly for the battery, has a carbon footprint.

  3. Fuel efficiency: Hybrids are celebrated for their fuel-efficient nature, blending a petrol engine with an electric motor. This fuel efficiency can translate into major savings on fuel costs as time progresses.

  4. Technological features: Even the older hybrid models are often equipped with modern features, offering a high-tech driving experience.

  5. Government incentives: Lower CO2 emissions from hybrid vehicles often lead to reduced road tax in the UK. Hybrids may receive reduced or no congestion charges in some areas, central London being a prime example, based on their level of emissions.

The hatchback body type is a popular choice for the Toyota Corolla

Hatchback is a favourite among drivers of the Toyota Corolla. Hatchbacks are compact cars that pair great driving with the flexibility of having space. High fuel efficiency makes hatchbacks popular with people living in cities, as does the fact that they’re easy to park.

AutoUncle’s selection of Toyota Corolla available by body type:

The bestselling colour is white

The Toyota Corolla is accessible in the following colours: white, black, silver, blue, grey, red, brown, green and beige.

On AutoUncle, you can currently find an inventory of 353 Toyota Corolla models in the white colour option, presenting a substantial selection to choose from. Black is the second most popular colour with 293 cars available, and silver is the third most popular with 279 cars available.

Strengths and weaknesses of the colour white

White boasts an elegant and timeless charm and the advantages of owning a white car are numerous. For example, white cars tend to reflect heat more effectively, which helps keep the interior cooler during hot weather, white cars are often more visible on the road, especially in low-light conditions or adverse weather and they may require less frequent compared to darker colours, as minor imperfections are less noticeable. On the downside, white cars have a tendency to attract dirt, which means that you need to wash them regularly to keep them looking their best.

Commonly preferred alternatives

The Toyota Corolla is quite well-liked in its segment, with the following cars standing out as commendable substitutes for the Toyota Corolla.

Competing cars for the Toyota Corolla

  • Ford Focus
  • Vauxhall Corsa
  • VW Golf VII

With a selection of 8,467 available models on AutoUncle, the Ford Focus unequivocally positions itself as the leading alternative to the Toyota Corolla. The Ford Focus has an average price tag of £9,990.

The Vauxhall Corsa is another popular car within the segment and you will find 7,288 cars for sale featuring an average selling price of £7,998. The VW Golf VII is the third best alternative. There are currently 5,112 of this car for sale in the UK with an average sales price of £14,490. .

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