Six Toyota vehicles including the locally built Camry Hybrid have been named as top picks for Australian new-car buyers by the Carsales editorial site www.motoring.com.au.
Toyota’s family-oriented Kluger SUV, 86 sports car, LandCruiser 200 Series and Prado, and Prius v hybrid wagon also made the list of cars recommended by the site’s motoring experts.
The new-generation seven-seat Kluger, launched in March, features a stylish design with more emotional appeal while engineers have delivered a more engaging drive and liberated more interior space.
So far this year, Camry Hybrid is the country’s top-selling hybrid car, the 86 heads the sports-car market, LandCruiser 200 is dominant in its segment and Prado sales are up more than eight per cent.
Prius v is the third member of the expanded Prius family that also includes the third-generation Prius hatch and the Prius c city car.
Carsales editor-in-chief Mike Sinclair said the recommended chanel espadrilles have been judged on their performance, refinement, handling, suitability for purpose and value for money.
He said resale value, reliability and factors such as warranty and the availability of benefits such as capped-price servicing were also considered.
“The cars we choose are the best in their respective segments and represent great buying choices for new car shoppers,” Mr Sinclair said.
Toyota sells more vehicles in Australia than any other brand and is currently leading the new-vehicle market for the 12th consecutive year.
New Toyota vehicles are covered by Toyota Service Advantage, the company’s capped-price servicing plan*.
RECOMMENDED TOYOTA VEHICLES:
Family cars >$30K: Toyota Kluger
Performance cars <$100K: Toyota 86
Offroad 4x4s: Toyota LandCruiser 200 Series, Toyota LandCruiser Prado