Toyota Motor Corp. Australia Ltd.’s new Aurion family sedan now can be converted to run on Autogas (liquefied petroleum gas). The Aurion is Toyota’s most serious assault to date on the Australian large-car market. It joins the Ford Falcon, Holden VE Commodore and Mitsubishi 380 on the list of passenger sedans now available with an LPG Autogas option. The V-6 Aurion, launched last October, saw its best monthly sales in February of 1,817 units for 15% of the large-car market. The Aurion ...

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