Toyota Hybrid Vehicles
An Eco Responsible Attitude
Take a green turn at the wheel of your hybrid Toyota
Reduce Your Carbon Footprint
Think about the environment by reducing your emissions
To drive green is to make money savings every day all while doing a concrete gesture for the environment!
Join the Movement
Do like many people around you!
Reduce, Reuse and Recycle
Make a concrete action for the planet
Since 1997, Toyota has allowed to avoid the emission of more than 94 million tons of C02 on a global scale.
All-electric mode, fuel mode, or a combination of both without any sacrifice performance-wise.
Toyota constantly innovates to improve its models and make them even more performant.
Configure your Toyota hybrid vehicle. Toyota St-Jérôme and Toyota St-Eustache offer you the complete range of hybrid vehicles on the market.
How Does It Work?
Even though hybrids benefit from the stop of the engine and a superior autonomy in the city (in all-electric mode), the hybrid systems of the new generation Toyotas are equipped with high-efficiency fuel engines for driving on the highway. In certain conditions, these systems can even pass in electric mode during cruise control driving on the highway. Toyota’s hybrid systems can determine and use the optimal combination between the electric engine and the gas engine according to driving conditions.
Toyota hybrid vehicles drive like any other conventional motorization vehicle. The Toyota hybrid system functions in all transparency in the background, one moment using the fuel engine, the other the electric engine, and this, in optimal unison. Moreover, you can refill a Toyota hybrid vehicle exactly like you refill a regular gas vehicle. And it is not necessary to plug it. Rechargeable hybrid vehicles (PHEV) offer the same advantages as hybrid vehicles. They can also be plugged in order to extend their electric autonomy.
Toyota hybrid vehicles never need to be plugged. Since the hybrid system recharges the battery, a hybrid vehicle therefore is driven and used exactly like a conventional fuel vehicle. Rechargeable hybrid vehicles (PHEV) can be plugged, but uniquely to extend their electric autonomy. On the other hand, pure electric vehicles (EV) must absolutely be plugged.