Toyota releases a new batch of the Aurion Touring

A special edition of Toyota's most successful large car to date provides $2500 worth of added value

Toyota is offering buyers an Aurion variant with an enhanced specification said by the company to be worth up to $2500.

The Aurion Touring is effectively a continuation of the campaign the company announced back in April (more here).

Based on the entry-level Aurion AT-X, the Aurion Touring adds a six-disc CD audio system, front fog lights, dual-zone climate control, leather-bound steering wheel, leather gear lever knob, front and rear parking sensors and a trip computer.

To distinguish the Aurion Touring from the AT-X variant, the limited edition model is also fitted with 16-inch alloy wheels and a rear spoiler. These alone retail at $1150, according to Toyota.

The recommended retail price for the Aurion Touring is $34,990.

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Published : Wednesday, 1 October 2008
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