Toyota 2012 Avensis hits the market
Toyota Ghana Company Limited, a subsidiary of Toyota Motor Corporation has introduced a new Toyota Avensis onto the Ghanaian market to provide safety and comfort to its various customers in the country.
The new product, 2012 Toyota Avensis, which is being born out of cutting-edge technology, received a five-star rating under the latest Euro NCAP rating scheme noted for high safety performance in all markets worldwide.
Launching the vehicle in Accra over the weekend, the Managing Director of Toyota Ghana, Mr. Takohiko Takabayashi, noted that the introduction of the 2012 Avensis was motivated by the current rapid changes in the technological advancement which had resulted in customers always looking out for new inventions.
He said the new Avensis had been lifted to a level aimed to achieve smooth ride and comfort to outclass competitors in the global market. Mr. Takabayashi said Toyota was committed to offer customers with world-class products and services.
'We have principle philosophy of customer first and a policy of KAIZEN, meaning continuous improvement. Through these, we are always ensuring to provide our customers with high level satisfaction,' he said.
Making a presenting on the new Avensis, the General Manager of Toyota Ghana, Mr. Eric Darko, said the new Avensis has been designed with an improved aero-dynamics to reduce co-efficient of drag and efficient fuel consumption for improved performance. It also maintained same level of quality, durability, reliability standards throughout its generations.
The newly introduced Avensis has radiator grille with continuous flow to the headlamp to express a wide feel and an assertive lower grille to ensure aero-dynamic, cooling and pedestrian protection performance, he added.
The 2012 Avensis, has an expanded width of 60mm for wider space and a three dimensional unified door trim and instrumental panel design, Mr. Darko indicated.
There has been a change with the fuel and speed metres of the 2012 Avensis to enhance appearance, and an introduction of multi-information display on the metres for easy access to information such as days of the week, outside temperature, current and average fuel consumption, rear seatbelt reminder and average speed.
Other feature of the vehicle he mentioned include 2.0 petrol litre, four speed automatic, audio control in the steering wheel, Bluetooth, radio CD player with six speakers, wireless door lock with answer back, side impact beams on all doors, multi-reflector headlamps, and automatic light control. The car maker used the occasion to introduce new versions of Toyota Prado and Fortuner.