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  • 2021 Toyota Corolla Altis adds TSS to more Thai variants, can it boost past the Civic?

    In light of poor sales compared to its main rival, the Honda Civic, Toyota Thailand has launched an updated version of the 2021 Toyota Corolla Altis.As the Corolla Altis was only launched in the Kingdom back in 2019, nothing major has been added in terms of design but the refreshed Thai-spec Corolla Altis does gain a few new features and variants.We’ll start with the features of the updated Corolla Altis 1.8 Sport. Previously, the 1.8-litre engine was only available on the GR Sport variant

    CY Foong

    CY Foong

    Jan 12, 2021

  • Losing sales to Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla Altis to be given update in Thailand soon

    The Toyota Corolla Altis stands to see some updates in Thailand this year in an effort to keep up with the very hot-selling Honda Civic there. Thai-spec Altis Hybrid shown.Despite being newer than the Civic, the Altis isnt doing very well in the Land of Smiles. In November 2020, Honda shifted 2,046 units of the Civic - almost triple what Toyota managed to do with the Altis (702 units) in the same period. Year-to-date, Honda sold 17,581 units of the Civic there, giving it a 61.4% market share. To

    Sanjay

    Sanjay

    Jan 08, 2021

  • Pros and Cons - 2020 Toyota Corolla Altis 1.8 G – When you choose comfort over power

    Youthful is not a word one would use to describe the Toyota Corolla Altis. Despite being in the same segment as the Honda Civic, the Corolla Altis is not the go-to car for those with a taste for big wings, fancy aftermarket LED lights, and red emblems.We’ve tried the Toyota Corolla Altis, and it has strengths that we can vouch for. It also lacks in certain departments, but that’s a given. If you’re still on the fence for a Toyota Corolla Altis, here are a few of its pros and co

    Arif

    Arif

    Jan 02, 2021

  • Can the 2021 Hyundai Elantra beat the Civic and Corolla Altis?

    Following last weeks media preview, Hyundai-Sime Darby Motor (HSDM) has announced prices for the all-new 2021 Hyundai Elantra.Starting from RM 158,888 (on-the-road, without insurance), the all-new Elantra is set to add some spicy competition to the C-segment sedan market.In a market dominated by the Honda Civic, how will the Korean sedan heat up? Will it be as fiery as spicy ramen or will it be a watershed moment? In this comparison, we’ll make it a three-way comparison by adding the Toyot

    CY Foong

    CY Foong

    Dec 10, 2020