Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Aurion Still Best Big Car

Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Aurion Still Best Big Car

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TOYOTA'S Aurion AT-X has been judged the best large car in the country by the nation's motoring clubs, claiming the title at Australia's Best Cars Awards in Melbourne.

Aurion AT-X won for the third time in four years by scoring highest in the hotly contested category, defeating its more established rivals that included the Ford Falcon XR6 and Holden's Commodore Omega.

Judges praised Aurion AT-X for its overall value for money, safety, build quality and "silky" 3.5-litre V6 engine.

"The Toyota Aurion delivers a remarkable value for money package," the judges said.

"With the best list price in the class and sound resale values that ensure minimum dollars lost to depreciation, as well as fixed-price servicing, it beats all comers on ownership and operating costs.

"Aurion's inherent large car space and practicality are complemented by a healthy swag of standard features, good fuel economy resulting in a four-star green vehicle guide ranking and a full complement of safety equipment, ensuring a five-star ANCAP crash safety rating. …

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