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Europcar adds Toyota Kluger to Fleet in Australia

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Monday, 1 September 2008

Lauded for its spacious interior and strong list of safety facilities the Toyota Kluger 2WD five-seat is Europcar Australasias newest addition to its fleet.

The popular Kluger will be progressively added to Europcars growing national fleet from September through to December this year.

The 2WD Kluger features power steering, ABS brakes, a 72 litre fuel tank, dual airbags, side airbags, traction control, vehicle stability control plus a rear view camera for reversing, all of which provides the ultimate protection for loved ones travelling on the road.

Below the bonnet Europcars new Kluger has a 3.5 litre, all-alloy V6, which delivers over 200kw of power to tackle the country or city roads with ease.

It is longer and wider than the model it replaces and is highly rated for its roomy interior, comfortable seats and flexibility.

The popular people mover which is the two-wheel drive version of the second generation Kluger, will join Europcars Ford falcon station wagon option in the FWAR class.

The Kluger is available at selected Europcar locations around the country for a special introductory rate of $69 per day.

Europcar Australasia Group Marketing Manager Ashley Jurberg said the company was excited to be expanding its fleet with the award winning Toyota Kluger.

Toyotas two-wheel-drive version of its popular Kluger vehicle is a great option for families and group travellers. It has the passenger and cargo versatility of a four-wheel drive but without the off-road capability and extra weight which means it needs less fuel, Mr Jurberg said.

Europcar has had a number of new additions to its fleet this year including the Jeep Patriot. The larger people movers are often the popular choice for car hire customers looking for a more relaxed and comfortable driving experience whether its for leisure or business purposes.

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