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New Toyota Avensis takes connectivity to next level

Across the board, equipment specifications have been raised for the new, British-built Toyota Avensis. Foremost among the improvements is the provision of Toyota’s innovative and affordable Touch and Go integrated multimedia and navigation system as a standard feature on all models bar the entry level T2 grade.

Taking in-car connectivity to an even higher level, new Avensis also marks the introduction of the latest development of Touch and Go, Touch and Go Plus. A standard feature of the top-of-the-range T Spirit models, Toyota Touch and Go Plus broadens the functionality and versatility of the system to include features such as access to email, advanced traffic data improved mapping, and voice recognition.

Having the ability to keep connected to key communications channels while on the move will further strengthen the appeal of new Avensis to business customers, in addition to the attractive company car tax position enjoyed by the new 119g/km 2.0 D-4D diesel engine, which makes its debut in the 2012 Avensis.

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