The 2019 Toyota Avanza 1.5E insurance price in Malaysia 2023 is RM 2,307, more about 2019 Toyota Avanza 1.5E insurance renewal cost, package discounts, benefits, etc.
The calculation results are based on the conditions: Car Variant, Car Price, Coverage Type (Comprehensive), Penisular Malaysia, Engine Capacity(cc), and No Claims Discount.
In what seems like a blind of an eye, another year has passed and 2022 is now behind us. While we took a look at what SUVs and MPVs that will be coming soon (sedan to follow next), let’s take a look and see which cars were axed last year. Compared to 2021, last year witnessed fewer cars that were discontinued. Regardless, the departure of some of these models leave a void that may or may not be filled in the near future. BMW X2 The F39 BMW X2 was launched in Malaysia back in 2018 as an imported
Rendered image Following the launch of the Toyota Innova Zenix Hybrid in Indonesia, Toyota will be introducing more electrified (HEV) models in the Archipelago in the near future. According to OtoDriver, sources close to the matter told the Indonesian publication that there are more hybrid models planned for Indonesia. Indonesia's Toyota Veloz will be getting a hybrid powertrain in 2024 That being said, Toyota’s hybrid line-up in Indonesia won’t be expanded next year, but from 2024 instead. “Eve
Feast your eyes on this! UMW Toyota has uploaded an interior photo of the all-new 2022 Toyota Veloz’s cabin, giving us a good look at the new premium cabin. From what we can see, the Perodua Alza’s sister model will feature mixed leather and fabric seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a 9-inch infotainment screen, and blue ambient lighting. Other than that, it looks like there will be carbon fibre prints scattered across the door handle for a sporty look. Alongside the photo of the Veloz’s c
The 7-seater / MPV segment in Malaysia hasn’t seen much action over the past couple of years. The Proton Exora and Perodua Alza are the longest-serving models here (and still are), while models like Nissan Grand Livina and Proton Ertiga have came and gone without a respective replacement model. Then in 2017, the Honda BR-V was launched, followed by the Perodua Aruz in 2018, which reignited the segment for a bit. But that was it – for the past three years since the Aruz made its Malaysian debut,
2 variants, Smart and Premium TSS only on the Premium variant Apple CarPlay/Android Auto standard It’s official. The Thais are saying goodbye to the Toyota Avanza and welcoming its replacement, the front-wheel-drive (FWD) Toyota Veloz. Fully imported (CBU) from Indonesia, bookings for the 2022 Toyota Veloz opened earlier this month and the Avanza successor comes with 2 variants in Thailand. Smart variant shown The Smart variant is the base variant and starts from THB 795,000 (~RM 103k) while the
If you’re a carmaker and are looking to enter the Indonesian market, you better put all your chips into 7-seaters as the segment is king in the island archipelago. Leading the way in April 2022 is the Toyota Avanza with 5,040 units sold. In fact, Toyota should be proud as it continues to dominate Indonesia with 6 models occupying the top 10 best-sellers of the month with the Avanza’s upmarket twin, the Veloz taking third place with 4,859 units, and the Innova placing fifth having sold 3,336 unit
The Avanza competes with:
Perodua Aruz - starting from RM 77,900
The Toyota Avanza starts at:
1.5E - RM 77,963
1.5S - RM 80,849
1.5S+ - RM 84,849
LED headlights, Android Auto/Apple Car Play and feels nice to drive.