Toyota will be continuing its support for the Mobility Road Show for the fourth consecutive year. With a total of 16 vehicles, on both static display and trackside demonstration, there is a chance for all to view and drive some of the exciting line up of Toyota cars from 17-19 June at Donington Park race circuit.
The ride and drive line up includes a Yaris T3 and T Spirit, Yaris Verso T Spirit, Corolla T3, the all new Corolla Verso, RAV4, Avensis and Previa. Visitors will be able to book a test drive of these vehicles during the show around Donington Park’s race circuit. These vehicles have been adapted to allow as many as possible to experience the different Toyota products available and the excitement of driving around a race circuit.
On the static display, Yaris and Yaris Verso, Corolla (both estate and three door) and Corolla Verso, Previa, Land Cruiser and Avensis T4 Tourer will all be easily accessible to those visiting the stand with plenty of friendly help and advice readily available on the Toyota product range.
For the racing fans, there will also be a chance to see close up the Panasonic Racing Toyota Formula 1 car static display model.
The all new Toyota Corolla Verso had its official European launch at the Geneva Motor Show in March. On sale from beginning of May, the many features of this model include a number of firsts such as Easy Flat 7™ System. This allows both rows of rear seats, including headrests, to be folded and leave a flat floor without the need to remove seats from the vehicle. Other segment firsts on this model include nine airbags as standard on all model grades including a driver’s knee airbag, plus the most sophisticated DVD based navigation system (available as an option) with in-car DVD entertainment system fitted as standard fit on the T Spirit grade.
Priced from £14,495 the Corolla Verso is available in three trim grades and three engine options.
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