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Welcome to Johnsons Toyota Wirral

Whether you're looking for a new or used car, or would like to use our professional, competitively priced after care services, we can help you meet your motoring needs.

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Docks Link Road
Wallasey
Merseyside
CH44 3EQ

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  • The Toyota Motability Scheme

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Toyota strengthens Yaris with new style and extra content

Toyota is to deliver a significant programme of revisions for Yaris this summer, including refreshed styling, an improved interior, better vehicle dynamics that together will position the car as one of the strongest contenders in the super-mini market.
Yaris follows the example of new Aygo, adopting stylish looks that will make it stand out from the crowd. Developing themes from Toyota’s current design language, it integrates a distinctive cross shape, centred on the front emblem, which separates the new-look upper and lower grilles.
At the rear there are restyled light clusters fitted with LEDs. The car’s overall stance has been improved through detailed changes, including the integration of a diffuser in the rear bumper and a reshaped licence plate surround.
Toyota has invested a lot of work in enriching Yaris’s cabin, to increase its appeal in a fast-changing market. Customer feedback has inspired improvements in three principal areas: a greater feeling of roominess and dynamic appeal; higher levels of perceived quality; and more choice in terms of colours and equipment.
Under the skin, the suspension has been revised to improve both comfort and handling. Noise levels have also been reduced. The range of powertrains is unchanged, with 1.0 and 1.33-litre petrol and 1.4 D-4D diesel engines, and Yaris’s flagship full hybrid system.

The New Toyota Verso

The Toyota Verso has been updated for 2014, bringing with it a host of new features and upgrades. The Verso now comes with a choice between three exteriors – the Active (five or seven seats), the Icon (seven seats), or the Trend. The Skyview panoramic roof extends the sense of space within the cabin, while heated and electric door mirrors beat the freeze in colder temperatures.
Toyota Touch 2 comes as a welcome new addition to the Verso, providing an all-new interface to keep the driver informed and the passengers entertained, no matter what the length of the journey. The multimedia system features Bluetooth, MP3 and iPod connectivity, creating extended personalised options over the included DAB radio. Taking advantage of the Toyota Touch 2 with Go also provides motorists with full map navigation, as well as speed limit and speed camera warnings. There is even access to online applications with the mobility pack, displaying the weather, localised fuel costs and available parking places – bringing all the information a driver could need to their fingertips.
The 2014 version of the Verso has also been designed to create a quieter drive, with sound damping protecting the cabin and an active reduction of wind noise from the streamlined exterior features. The engineers have given careful thought to the quality of the ride and comfort throughout the driving experience, adding reinforcement to the suspension mountings and revising the damper settings.
The previous model’s 2.0-litre engine has been replaced with a 1.6-litre diesel this year, which is a first for the Verso and expected to make an appearance in future Toyota models. It boasts a reduction CO2 emissions and improved fuel economy, providing greater peace of mind for customers considering their next car.
You can contact your local Johnsons Cars dealership to explore your options with the new Toyota Verso today. Our trained members of staff are ready and waiting to answer any questions you might have, and will help arrange your test drive at a convenient date and time.

The New Toyota Aygo

The new Aygo, revealed at the Geneva motor show, is another example of Toyota’s commitment to build ever-better cars that catch the eye and are genuinely fun to drive. A characteristic and stylish design – dubbed J-Playful in reference to Japan’s hip youth culture – and a wealth of customisation options show how Toyota has made fun a key element in crafting its new city car.
At the same time new Aygo builds on the qualities that made the original such a success throughout its lifetime, keeping the car compact, nimble and reliable, with genuinely low running costs. The latter are supported by revision to its award-winning three-cylinder 1.0-litre VVT-i petrol engine to secure class-leading fuel economy and CO2 emissions.
Exterior design
Compact packaging was fundamental to the design new Aygo to maintain its town-friendly handling. The length increased by just 25mm to 3,455mm, which means it keeps the class-leading compactness of the previous model, and although front headroom has been increased by 7mm, vehicle height has actually been reduced by 5mm to 1,460mm, supporting the car’s aerodynamic efficiency. Both front and rear tracks have been widened by 8mm.
New Aygo may be compact and characterful in appearance, but it’s robust and has real street presence too. Its solidity comes from a strong form which gives the design its core volume. But, to introduce a playful element, the designers used the concept of a soft object breaking through the hard shell of the design, creating break lines and giving Aygo its distinctive frontal X-graphic. This spreads outwards across the surface of the bodywork, and takes in all the vehicle’s main external features, including upper and lower grilles, headlamps, fog-lamps, and even mirrors and side glazing.
In profile, the roof has been lowered and the front header moved forwards. As a result, the cabin’s centre of gravity also shifts to the front, creating a more balanced and forward leaning posture. This is further emphasised by a sloping beltline which terminates in the forward leaning rear light clusters. The roof itself has a new pagoda-style profile and an integral rear spoiler. The shape of the side-glazing differs between the three and five-door models, the latter extending its window graphic into the rear light clusters, giving an impression of extra length.
Interior design
The shape of the centre console – trapezoidal – sets the theme for new Aygo’s interior and is reflected in details such as the air vents, door trims and gear shift surround. The console supports a wide dashboard with a matt, anti-glare finish, set between slim A-pillars. The new instrumentation features a meter made of up concentric rings which are permanently lit. It incorporates an easy-to-read central multi-information display.
Customisation
One of new Aygo’s defining qualities is a wealth of affordable customisation options that will allow customers to create a car that’s truly individual. On the outside the X-shaped front grille, rear bumper insert, enhanced front bumper and alloy wheels can all be specified to suit, while in the cabin the instrument panel, centre console, air vents, shift knob and gear lever surround can easily be changed, even after years of ownership.
To make life simple, customers can also choose from a range of exterior and interior styling packs if they prefer, rather than selecting piece-by-piece customisation.
Multimedia x-touch system
New Aygo will be available with Toyota’s new x-touch multimedia system, operated using a fully integrated seven-inch touchscreen. It’s the first system in its segment to come with a rear view camera as standard.
It uses a five-function main menu, giving easy control of audio, phone (including sending and receipt of texts), connectivity, vehicle and journey information functions. Customers will also be able to access a wide choice of navigation and social media applications.
Powertrain
New Aygo features a comprehensively revised version of Toyota’s award-winning three-cylinder 1.0-litre engine. The unit has been re-engineered to run with a higher, 11.5:1 compression ratio, and has an improved combustion chamber design for better efficiency. Friction losses have also been reduced, notably by using a new low-friction timing chain. And although it’s still one of the lightest engines on the market, more weight has been saved by introducing a cylinder head with a built-in exhaust manifold.
In making all these improvements, Toyota has been careful not to sacrifice the engine’s famous sprightly character. It will still rev happily to high speeds and although sound insulation has been improved, its sporty note is still there when pushed hard.
Together these changes reduce combined cycle fuel consumption from 64.2 to 68.8mpg* and bring CO2 emissions down to 95g/km*, below the 100g/km threshold for annual road tax (VED) exemption.
New Aygo will be offered with a five-speed manual transmission or optional new x-shift, a much-improved automated manual transmission that can be used in fully automatic mode, or with manual gear selection using paddle shifts or the shift lever itself.
When equipped with x-shift, new Aygo returns 67.3mpg* combined cycle fuel consumption and 97g/km* CO2 emissions.

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