News from the Team at Busselton Toyota

  1. 4 October 2010

    Toyota Australia Drives Sustainability Leadership

    The launch of the locally built Hybrid Camry, the V6 Aurion being named Australia's Best Large Car for the third year in a row and the development of new community partnerships highlighted another year of Toyota Australia's sustainability leadership.

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  2. 30 September 2010

    New Model Marks LandCruiser's 60th Birthday

    Toyota is gearing up to celebrate the 60th anniversary of its iconic LandCruiser wagon by releasing a special-edition model. Available for a limited time, the anniversary model provides more than $5,000 of extra equipment compared with the LandCruiser 200 Series GXL on which it is based.

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  3. 27 September 2010

    Australia Participates in Toyota's Global Trial

    Toyota announced today Australia will participate in a global trial of plug-in hybrid concept cars based on the petrol-electric Prius. The plug-in hybrid vehicles, equipped with lithium-ion batteries, will be shared with local partners drawn from government and business.

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  4. 10 September 2010

    Toyota Australia to Invest in the Next Generation Engine

    Toyota Australia will begin manufacturing a new fuel efficient and more environmentally sustainable engine for its Camry and Hybrid Camry sedans at its long established engine plant in Altona, Melbourne.

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  5. 30 August 2010

    Go-Anywhere Hilux Conquers Fire and Ice

    The Toyota HiLux that conquered the North Pole and drove to the heart of Iceland's devastating volcano is now ready to tackle Australia. After proving its exceptional toughness in some of the world's harshest environments, the go-anywhere HiLux will be a feature of the Toyota stand at this year's Australian International Motor Show.

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  6. 9 August 2010

    Style and Substance : FJ Cruiser for Australia

    Toyota Australia today confirmed it will add the rugged retro looks and solid off-road performance of the FJ Cruiser to its range early next year. A pre-production version of the sporty off-roader will make its local debut at the Australian International Motor Show in October.

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  7. 26 July 2010

    RAV4 Altitude Lifts It's Value

    Toyota has released a special edition RAV4 all-wheel drive with a range of value-added features. RAV4 Altitude is based on the AWD RAV4 four-cylinder CV model and available with manual or automatic transmission.

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  8. 22 July 2010

    Toyota Prado is Australia's Top Selling SUV

    Toyota's LandCruiser Prado is Australia's most popular vehicle in the fastest growing segment of the new-car market, according to the latest sales figures. Prado has outsold all other SUVs in the first half of 2010 with a total of 9132 vehicles compared with 6336 at the same stage last year.

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  9. 16 June 2010

    Toyota Launches New Look Corolla Sedan

    Toyota Australia has sharpened its Corolla sedan pricing as part of a comprehensive upgrade that includes the introduction of a new 2.0-litre engine. Despite recent falls in the dollar, Toyota has cut prices on four of the five Corolla sedan variants by up to $400 while adding new equipment along with a sportier exterior and more stylish interior. The starting price for the sedan is once again below $21,000 for the face-lifted range, with the price of the Ascent manual lopped by $400 to $20,990*. Luxury-grade Ultima sedan is the first Corolla in Australia to be powered by the two-litre, four-cylinder engine, designated 3ZR-FE.

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  10. 11 June 2010

    Yaris Awarded for Low Cost of Ownership

    Toyota's Yaris has received two awards for its low cost of ownership as judged by a leading automotive consumer website. US-based Edmunds.com said Yaris won two categories in its True Cost to Own© vehicle awards for 2010. Yaris topped the ratings for coupes under US$25,000 and for sedans under US$15,000. Edmunds determines the "True Cost to Own" of vehicles in 21 categories by calculating ownership costs over five years. Its assessment takes into account projected depreciation, financing, taxes, insurance premiums, fuel costs, maintenance and repairs.

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