6 December 2004

Toyota will give buyers of its popular RAV4 an early Christmas present this year by boosting equipment levels across the range and introducing a new range-topping XT5 model.

Toyota’s soft-roader now includes electric windows, air-conditioning, a CD player, front fog lights and 16in alloy wheels, while five-door models also get an electric sunroof. As of 1 December, buyers of the new XT5 will also get heated front seats, satellite navigation, cruise control and a leather interior. The XT5 comes in £23,445 2.0-litre petrol or £24,445 2.0-litre diesel versions.

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