The Toyota Aristo II V300 S161 Sedan 2000 is an iconic sedan from Toyotas highly praised lineup of vehicles. It features an attractive exterior design, boasting a sleek, aerodynamic silhouette that turns heads wherever it goes. The car sports an attractive, two-tone color scheme with burgundy and platinum highlights, creating an attractive, eye-catching look. Under the hood, the Aristo II V300 S161 is powered by a powerful 3.0-liter V-6 engine, producing 210 horsepower and 220 lb-ft of torque. The engine is paired with a five-speed manual transmission, providing smooth, crisp shifts, making for a comfortable driving experience. The Aristo II V300 S161 also features an Independent Double wishbone suspension, which is not only highly responsive but also provides excellent ride comfort and handling. The interior of the Aristo II V300 S161 feels luxurious and inviting, featuring leather upholstery and plenty of wood accents. The cabin offers plenty of headroom, thanks to the well-designed seating, complemented by power-adjustable front seats and lumbar support. Audio entertainment is handled by a high-end sound system, complete with a CD player, AM/FM radio, and cassette deck. There is also a multifunctional display that provides instant information about the cars performance. Finally, the Toyota Aristo II V300 S161 features an impressive list of safety features, including ABS brakes, traction control, and side airbags, making the car safe and reliable.
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