AT A GLANCE
WHAT IT’S GOT
Sunroof, leather-faced and heated front seats, power tailgate, forward collision, lane departure, blind spot and rear cross traffic alerts, radar cruise control, automatic emergency braking, navigation, auto high-beam.
WHAT IT HASN’T
Shift paddles for the automatic, engine stop-start, full-size spare, 12V outlet in boot.
Capped price servicing seems a bargain at $180 a throw but this is every six months or 10,000km, half the interval of some rivals. It’s still a good deal over three years/60,000km. No roadside assist or free loan car, though.
WHAT WE LIKED
Top-shelf safety tech comparable with many $100,000 cars, Toyota quality, durability and reliability, lots of space, practical, comfortable, refined and easy to drive.
WHAT WE DIDN’T
You wouldn’t go for a fang just for fun, dash is ugly and inefficient, needs a full-size spare.