Buy, Sell or Value a 2018 Toyota Aurion

Buy, Sell or Value a 2018 Toyota Aurion

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The 2018 Toyota Aurion came in the following variants and we’ve recorded 31 prices that people paid when buying new. The biggest discount achieved in 2018 on a new Toyota Aurion was about $12,968 or 26.64% off. If you’re trying to sell and would like to calculate the market value of a 2018 Toyota Aurion today, simply submit a free valuation request.

Toyota Aurion AT-X Price Australia

2018 Toyota Aurion AT-X

  • 4 Door Sedan
  • Front Wheel Drive (FWD)
  • 6 Speed Automatic
  • Petrol
  • RRP on-road $36,490
  • Typical Discount $11,007 or 26.43%
  • Average Paid 30,638
Toyota Aurion PRESARA Price Australia

2018 Toyota Aurion PRESARA

  • 4 Door Sedan
  • Front Wheel Drive (FWD)
  • 6 Speed Automatic
  • Petrol
  • RRP on-road $50,440
  • Typical Discount $12,743 or 22.47%
  • Average Paid 43,963
Toyota Aurion SPORTIVO Price Australia

2018 Toyota Aurion SPORTIVO

  • 4 Door Sedan
  • Front Wheel Drive (FWD)
  • 6 Speed Automatic
  • Petrol
  • RRP on-road $43,990
  • Typical Discount $11,773 or 23.58%
  • Average Paid 38,161

Toyota Aurion Specifications

  • Toyota Aurion Details

    Price Ranges from $ 36,490.00 to $50,440.00
    Body Style Sedan
    Release Date From June 2015 to June 2016
    Drive Type FWD
    VIN Plate Location Driver Side Front Floor
    Compliance Plate Location Upper Pass Side C-Pillar
    Country of Origin AUSTRALIA
    Safety ANCAP Rating 5
    Number of Doors 4
    Seating Capacity 5
  • Toyota Aurion Features

  • Toyota Aurion Engine Specifications

    Size 3456 (3.5L)
    Power 200kW @ 6200rpm
    Torque 336Nm @ 4700rpm
    Cylinders 6
    Number of Valves 24
    Compression Ratio 10.80
    Bore/stroke 94.00x83.00
  • Toyota Aurion Drivetrain and Wheels

    Transmission Automatic
    Drive Type FWD
    Turning Circle 11.00
    Brake (Front) Type DISC - VENTILATED
    Brake (Rear) Type DISC
    Front Tyre & Wheel Size 215/60 R16 - 6.5x16 | 215/55 R17 - 6.5x17 | 215/55 R17 - 7x17 | 225/45 R18 - 7.5x18
    Rear Tyre & Wheel Size 215/60 R16 - 6.5x16 | 215/55 R17 - 6.5x17 | 215/55 R17 - 7x17 | 225/45 R18 - 7.5x18
    Front Suspension Type MacPherson Strut / CS / GD / ARB
    Rear Suspension Type MLS / CS / GD / ARB
  • Toyota Aurion Fuel Specifications

    Fuel Type Petrol
    Fuel Tank Capacity 70.0L
    Fuel Consumption Combined (Average) 4.7L/100km
    Fuel Consumption City (Average) 9.3L/100km
    Fuel Consumption Highway (Average) -
    Emission Standard -
  • Toyota Aurion Dimensions

    Length From 4,835mm to 4,855mm
    Width 70mm
    Height 1,470mm
    Wheelbase 2,775mm
    Front Track 1,575mm
    Rear Track 1,565mm
    Ground Clearance 145mm
    Gross Vehicle Mass 2,100kg
    Gross Combination Mass -
  • Toyota Aurion Towing Capacity

    Braked Towing Capacity 1,600kg
    Unbraked Towing Capacity 500kg

PMC Says...

6.8 / 10
Toyota Aurion
With the Toyota Aurion now bowing out of production and replaced with upgraded variants of the Camry, there is an excellent opportunity for buyers to snap up run-out stock of this smart, accomplished sedan. This model was always pencilled into the Australian market as an up-market alternative to the Camry, featuring a bigger engine and a more empowering appearance. Even inside the cabin, there’s always been a luxurious feel complete with elegant leather and a sleek dash. With none of the Aurion’s feature strengths diminishing in recent years - including a roaring 3.5L V6 engine producing 200kW, rewarding handling and ample boot space - the model still represents exceptional quality. In many ways its replacement is only recently playing catch up and focusing more closely on price, something less likely to be an issue now for the Aurion. Reliability is something you can always depend on when looking at a Toyota, yet alone a higher-spec variant, so it scores high marks here against the likes of other mid-to-large size sedans. What you may have been required to pay a premium for in the past is now very likely to be available for a discount, in which case, the Toyota Aurion is a productive, satisfying choice.

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