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UMW Toyota Motor (UMWT) ended September 2023 with 9,020 units of Toyota and 208 units of Lexus vehicles sold, totaling 9,228 units. The figure is 10 percent lower than in August. Cumulative sales from January to September 2023, is still 8 percent higher than last year, totaling 76,511 units. Last month, UMWT launched an improved 2023 Toyota Yaris. The improved model, referred to as the Yaris IMP, is the second update for the No.1 selling non-national hatchback, which has sold 60,300 units since
UMW Toyota Motor (UMWT) has quietly updated the 2023 Toyota Yaris (NSP151) on its website for the second time this year. Like the first update which was introduced in May, the evergreen hatchback receives mainly small quality-of-life changes rather than a massive facelift that was introduced in Thailand. While the first updates on the locally assembled (CKD) Yaris this year saw no changes in price, the latest update sees a price bump across the two variants currently offered: Yaris 1.5 E – RM 88
UMW Toyota Motor (UMWT) has confirmed that it has two more models to launch this year. In a press statement released by its parent company UMW Group regarding its automotive division’s April 2023 sales performance, it was also said that “UMWT expects demand and sales to be sustained throughout the year, supported by the introduction of new and facelift models.” The new model is clearly referring to the 2023 Toyota Innova, which in some markets like Indonesia, is marketed as the Innova Zenix. UMW
The phrase “never judge a book by its cover” doesn’t seem to apply to the Toyota Yaris which has been given a conflicted-looking makeover recently in Thailand. Beauty can be subjective but it doesn’t really strike much to the 2023 Toyota Yaris facelift as it became the Kingdom’s best-selling B-segment hatchback in April. According to sales data published by Autolife Thailand, 2,288 units of the refreshed Toyota Yaris have been sold that month which translates to nearly half of the total hatchbac
While the Toyota Vios has undergone an all-new generation in the form of the DNGA-based AC100 Vios, its hatchback twin, the Toyota Yaris seems to be soldiering on in its current generation with a fourth facelift. Making its world debut in Thailand, the updated Toyota Yaris has a look that resembles that of the second-gen Toyota Prius C/Aqua. Even with the new look, the XP150 Yaris has been around for ten years with the model launched way back in 2013. Like many updates, the new Yaris’ changes ar
New USB-C ports, paddle shifters, interior aesthetics Basic J variant dropped Priced from RM 83k to RM 88k UMW Toyota Motor has refreshed the 2023 Toyota Yaris (NSP151) for this year, an update which mostly spans quality-of-life changes instead of a total facelift. The hatch keeps its same sharp look, and prices thankfully haven't gone up too, starting from RM 83,300 for the Yaris 1.5E, to RM 87,600 for the Yaris 1.5G. This also means that the base Yaris 1.5J has been discontinued. The breadth o