Toyota Motors mass market cars, the Etios and Etios Liva have just undergone a facelift seeing the slow sellers the cars have been. Both the cars get changes on the interior as well as exterior to make them slightly more appealing. What the facelift brings with it is the improvement in the quality of the materials used on the inside of the car which have been the achilles heel in the sales figures of these two cars. What Is New In New Toyota Etios And Liva? 2013 Toyota Etios and Etios Liva now come with additional models the NVH levels [Read more...]
Recently we shared with you a detailed post on the most practical and best entry level diesel hatchbacks / small cars under Rs. 5.50 Lakhs for new buyers and talked in detail about the pros and cons of the diesel choices available below the Rs.5.5 lakh price tag. Today we will move towards the premium diesel hatchback segment comprising of cars such as Swift, Punto, Polo, Liva, i20 etc. In this article, we share with you Top 5 Premium Diesel Small Cars in India which is the segment most new buyers are buying these days in India.
Toyota India has launched limited edition of its popular small car Toyota Etios Liva in New Delhi India on 31 July 2012 to marks its one year launch anniversary. The special edition is called – Liva TRD Sportivo, the special special edition of Liva will be available only in a limited number (1200 units) till October 2012 (or till stocks last) and will be available for and ex-showroom Delhi price of Rs. 5.23 lakhs for the petrol model and Rs. 6.32 lakhs for Diesel variant. The bookings and deliveries of the limited edition Liva TRD Sportivo starts from 31 July 2012 [Read more...]
Toyota Etios series has gradually become the frontrunners in the Indian sales of Toyota cars with increasing sales volumes and popularity of these cars. Sometime back, Toyota started export of Etios and Liva to South Africa and now this global car is all set to hit Brazilian roads by September 2012, but the interesting fact here is that the Brazilian Etios and Etios Liva is a facelifted new model or lets say its new 2012 Toyota Etios And Etios Liva with many small cosmetic elements on the exteriors and interiors which have been improved over the initial model launched in [Read more...]
Toyota India has been quite optimistic and aspirational about the Toyota Etios series (Etios Sedan and Etios Liva Hatchback) of cars right from the time they showcased Etios duo at the Auto Expo 2010. Officially launched in India in December 2010, Toyota Etios sedan and the Liva hatchback which was launched later in June 2011, have together clocked a sales milestone of 1 Lakh (100,000) units. This is a considerable achievement for Toyota India which has gained significant sales volume after the launch of this duo in India. The Etios and Etios Liva both come with petrol and diesel engine [Read more...]
On 4th of April 2012, Toyota Kirloskar Motor Private Ltd. (TKM) announced the start of exports of its ‘World First, India First’- Toyota Etios Series to South Africa. The first consignment of 247 units of the Toyota Etios series left Ennore Port near Chennai to cater to the demands of the South African market. The cars exported to South Africa include both Toyota Etios Sedan and Toyota Etios Liva Hatchback small cars. The export model of Etios are built on the same platform as Etios and Etios Liva, manufactured and sold in India. However, the export models are customized to suit the [Read more...]
Yesterday we reported how popular Etios is becoming in the luxury cab segment. Today we have another regarding regarding Toyota Etios according to which, Toyota is planning to start the exports of the car to a new market. Toyota is all set to export the its Etios to South Africa from May 21, 2012. Last year the manufacturer unveiled the South Africa specific models at the Johannesburg International Motor Show and now the time has come to launch the Etios brand in the same market. Obviously when a car heads to a new market it is definite to come across [Read more...]
In 2006 Toyota started the Toyota Etios project for which it had deployed Japanese engineers to take a thorough tour of our country so that they understand the needs of the consumers and road conditions here and develop a vehicle specifically for India. The outcome was Toyota Etios sedan which was projected as an ideal family vehicle but opposite to what Toyota thought, the car is becoming more popular in the commercial vehicle segment than personal vehicle one. This is quite confusing as Toyota was targeting a different segment and now the car is getting more attention in another segment [Read more...]