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toyota alphard diesel Q&A Review

What’s more fun to want than to actually own?

Most Cars. In 40 years I have owned 30+ cars. At each point of ownership - I wanted something else. It is having an “Optimizing” mindset rather than a “sufficing” mindset. My wife is happy with a Toyota Landcruiser. Big, old. imposing, reliable. Me: I owned………..………………………I wanted Austin 1300 1977……………Any new supermini Austin Metro City 1984.……BMW 3 Series Mitsubishi Lancer 1.2……….Volvo Estate VW Beetle 1972……………….Porsche 911 (went through 4 Beetles) MG Midget 1100cc…………MG Midget with less rust and working engine Landrover Diesel……………..Landrover Petrol (went through 8 Landrovers) Landrover Petrol……………..Landrover Petrol V8 auto Landrover Lightweight…… Landrover LWB 5 dr Landrover softtop…………….Landrover hardtop Landrover SWB………………..Landrover 109 LWB Landrover 109 LWB………….Toyota Landcruiser Toyota Landcruiser ………….Toyota Alphard Mercedes Vito 109……………VW Transporter SanggYong Musso 2.8………Toyota Landcruiser Suzuki Every 660cc Auto……VW Kombi. Toyota Fortuner 2.8………………..Toyota Landcruier Toyota Corolla 1.6…………………..Mercedes Saloon car Audi TT…………………………….Audi R8 Audi A6…………………………….New Audi A6 Audi A3 1.6………………………..Audi RS3 Mercedes 190D……………….Mercedes C200 Mercedes C200………………Mercedes E200 Mercedes E200……………….Mercedes SLK230 Mercedes SLK230…………..Vintage Mercedes 280SL Pagoda Mercedes C200 Estate…..Mercedes 300CE convertible Mercedes G Wagon SWB….Mercedes G Wagon LWB Yamaha FZR150………………400cc Bike Yamaha FZR400……………..BMW Bike Piaggio 400ie…………………3 wheel Piaggio 400 HD Fatboy ……………………..HD Roadking with panniers HD Roadking ………………….non rusty HD Roadking HD Roadking #2……………..Can Am Spyder Can Am Spyder (Yellow)…Can Am Spyder (Black) Now I dream about my farmhouse barn of vehicles to be kept in Malaysia: 1968 VW Campervan, Split front windows - possibly electric conversion Rolls Royce 1985 on Singapore classic Plate RHD 1985 Corvette on Singapore classic Plate RHD 1985 DMC Delorean on Singapore classic Plate VW Beetle 1303 convertible 1978 triple white Aston Marton iQ - Cygnus Mercedes 300SL convertible - classic registration. Harley Davidson Fatboy - only for show and shine.. not for driving. Modern recreation - Pennyfathing Bicycle. In another 20/30 years - I will be to old to drive safely. So why bother to own them in the first place?

Why are so many taxi drivers around the world using a Mercedes car with a high maintenance cost?

In some place, taxi is an executive transport, it meant to be luxurious. For example, the Japanese consider their taxi to be luxurious mode of transport. Their drivers wear very prim and proper uniform and gloves (it’s Japanese thing), and the fare is expensive. They drive Japanese luxury car Toyota Crown, Nissan Cefiro / Bluebird, and its derivatives. In Indonesia, there are low-end and high-end taxis. The low-end one typically uses Indian-designed Honda Mobilio or Toyota Yaris Sedan (Vios or Belta in some places). The high-end one uses executive sedans like Toyota Camry or Mercedes-Benz C-Class, Mercedes-Benz E-Class, and Toyota Alphard. I even saw BMW 5 series taxi, I’d rather drive the car and let the taxi driver sit in the passenger seat. I understand that people think of the Mercs as expensive to maintain, but they do last very long. Some models like the year 2000s’ W203 C-Class are facing quality problems, unlike the 1990s W124’s E-Class reliable reputation. When they do last long, they’ll feel ageless. So taxi companies expect to run them for about 10 to 15 years, while the usual ones lasts for about a good 5 to 8 years. To save costs further, the Mercs are usually diesel engined.

What are your views on the recently launched Mercedes-Benz V Class model in India?

I think it is a brave move by the company. They were the first one to launch a luxury MPV in India. If you remember they had launched R Class which failed terribly. So this is their second try. They also made other brave move by launching E class based avant in our country. But all of this avant thing was started by Audi when they launched performance avant RS6 avant in India and after that Volvo launched V90 cross country. So what I think is car manufacturers are ready to experiment in our market, which they were afraid of before. I would rather buy this one instead of an S class. It may have less features but it has got presence man!! And it is a cheaper too!! However I would love if they launch bigger and more powerful diesel, because 2 liter 4 cylinder unit is quite small for this big car. It may sound a bit expensive at first, but when you look at it as a whole package, it makes sense to have luxury MPVs in our country too. Now I’m looking for Toyota to launch their luxury MPVs, the like of Toyota Alphard and Vellfire. I have had travelled in an Alphard when I went to Indonesia. I loved them totally.

What are the available/upcoming 7 seater cars under 10 lakhs India?

GUIDE Upcoming 7 Seater Family Cars In India In 2019, 2020 Some of them are more than 10 lakhs but quite impressive. Date- January 9, 2019 If you are looking to buy a 7 seater family car in near future, here are all the options that you can look for. COMMENTS The seven-seat utility vehicles/cars are known for their spacious cabins that are enough to accommodate an average Indian family and their extended family. While such vehicles were around much before the augment of SUV space in India, the contemporary models have intensified the competition. It is no more about the space inside the cabin, but styling, comfort and convenience have further contributed to the popularity of large seven-seat family vehicles. In 2018, we had witnessed the introduction of several new cars including big 7-seater SUVs like Mahindra Alturas G4, New Honda CR-V, New Maruti Etiga etc. For those planning to buy a new car, here’s a complete list of the upcoming 7 seater cars in India in the next two years. 1., MAHINDRA XUV400 The homegrown automaker, Mahindra is planning a seven-seater model based on the Tivoli’s X100 platform that also underpins the XUV300. The 7-seater model will sit above 4 meter in length and will take on the likes of next-gen Hyundai Creta and others in its category. Rumoured to be called XUV400, the new 7-seater SUV will be powered by a 1.5-litre turbocharged diesel engine that churns out 121bhp of power and 300Nm of torque. The petrol version is likely to get a 1.2-litre turbo engine that can be tuned to offer up to 135PS of power. Both manual and automatic options will be on offer. ,Read More Expected Launch – 2020 Estimated Price Range – Rs 10 lakh to Rs 15 lakh Engine Options – 1.5-litre Turbo Diesel & 1.2L petrol 2. RENAULT RBC French automaker, Renault is working on a 7-seater MPV for the Indian market. The MPV has been spotted multiple times while testing on roads. Codenamed Renault RBC, the low-cost MPV will arrive as an affordable alternative to the Maruti Ertiga. It will directly challenge the Datsun GO+ MPV. The MPV will be based on the Renault-Nissan Alliance’s CMF-A+ platform, which also underpins the Kwid. However, this platform has been modified for better structural integrity and to accommodate a larger vehicle. ,Read More Expected Launch – 2018 Estimated Price Range – Rs 8 lakh – Rs 12 lakh Engine Options – 1.99L mHawk 3. ,DATSUN CROSS Nissan’s low-cost brand, Datsun will launch the Cross compact SUV in the Indian market before the end of this fiscal year. This sub-4 meter SUV will offer 7-seat option, similar to the GO+ MPV. It will challenge the likes of Tata Nexon, Honda WRV and Maruti Vitara Brezza. The new model is based on the GO+ MPV, but it comes with significant changes inside and outside. The model gets aggressive styling elements like body cladding, integrated roof spoiler, new front and higher ground clearance to offer a sporty look. Inside the cabin, the 7-seater crossover gets a touchscreen infotainment system, new air-conditioning, dual front airbags and new dashboard. The SUV also gets ABS, stability control, rear parking sensors and seatbelts for all three rows as standard. It is powered by a 1.2-litre, 3-cylinder petrol engine producing 67.06bhp of power and 104Nm of torque. Transmission options include a five-speed manual and a CVT automatic. Expected Launch – 2019 Estimated Price Range – Rs 5 lakh to Rs 7.5 lakh Engine Options – 1.2-litre petrol 4. NEXT-GEN HYUNDAI CRETA The Korean automaker has started working on the next-gen Creta SUV, which will be launched in the second half of 2020. What’s interesting is that the next Creta will be available in both 5 and 7-seat layouts. The 7-seater model will be significantly longer than the 5-seater model. It will be powered by a newly developed 1.5-litre diesel engine that is likely to produce over 115bhp of power. Both manual and automatic versions are likely to be on offer. The company could also opt for a more powerful 2.0-litre diesel engine that currently powers the Tucson. ,Read More Expected Launch – 2020 Estimated Price Range – Rs 13 lakh – Rs 19 lakh Engine Options – 1.5L Petrol & 1.5L Diesel 5. ,JEEP 7-SEATER SUV American SUV maker, Jeep is working on 2 new SUVs – a sub-4 meter Ford EcoSport rival and a 7-seater D-segment SUV for the Indian market. The 7-seater SUV will be based on the heavily localised Jeep Compass’s platform. It will rival against the likes of Toyota Fortuner, Ford Endeavour, Honda CR-V and others in its category. The SUV is expected to be powered by a 2.0-litre MultiJet II diesel engine that produces 173bhp of power and 350Nm of torque. Expected Launch – 2020-21 Estimated Price Range – Around Rs 28 lakh Engine Options – 2.0L MJD II Diesel 6. ,TOYOTA ALPHARD MPV Toyota had launched the new generation Innova Crysta and Fortuner in India in 2016 and is now preparing to bring a new luxury MPV likely to be named Alphard. One must note that the MPV is already available in international markets including Thailand, Japan, Malaysia and Indonesia. In fact, the MPV was showcased at the 2018 Delhi Auto Expo. The premium MPV will come with panoramic sunroof, automated sliding centre door and leather upholstery. While power is expected to be sourced from the 2.5-litre, petrol hybrid engine with maximum power of 157bhp and 213Nm of torque. The petrol hybrid engine is likely to be linked to a 6-speed automatic gearbox. Expected Launch – 2019 Estimated Price Range – Around Rs 50 lakh Engine Options – 2.5L Petrol Hybrid 7. NEW ,MITSUBISHI PAJERO SPORT Another model from the stables of Mitsubishi that is likely to be launched in 2018 is the copiously updated Pajero Sport. The SUV will continue using the ladder-frame chassis, though it will receive radical changes on the outside for a sportier look. Styling bits will include Mitsubishi’s ‘Dynamic Shield’ grille in front, high-set bonnet etc for a bulky look. The seven-seater car will not only be spacious on the inside, but it will pack a large touchscreen with other connectivity options. Engine option on the new Mitsubishi Pajero Sport will include a 2.4-litre MIVEC, four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine that makes 181bhp and 430Nm. The engine will come mated to an eight-speed auto box and Mitsubishi’s updated version of Super Select four-wheel drive system. Expected Launch- 2018-19 Expected Price range- Rs 27 lakh to Rs 32 lakh Engine Options-2.4-litre MIVEC diesel engine 8. ,TATA H7X Tata Motors is gearing up for the launch of the much-anticipated Harrier SUV that debuted as the H5X concept at the 2018 Delhi Auto Expo. The Harrier is a 5-seater SUV, which will challenge the likes of Jeep Compass and Hyundai Creta. Tata has confirmed that it will launch the 7-seater SUV based on the Harrier’s platform. The Harrier is based on the new OMEGA platform, which is basically sourced from Land Rover’s D8 architecture. The 7-seater model will look different from the 5-seater model. It will be powered by a 2.0-litre diesel engine that produces 170bhp of power and 350Nm of torque. Transmission options will include a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed automatic. Both front wheel and all-wheel drive versions will be on offer. Expected Launch-Sometime in 2019 Expected Price range-Rs 18 lakh to Rs 22 lakh Engine Options-2.0-litre MultiJet II diesel 9. ,KIA CARNIVAL Korean automaker, Kia will officially enter into India in 2019 with a new SUV based on SP concept. Besides this SUV, the company will also aiming to enter into the MPV segment. At the 2018 Delhi Auto Expo, Kia had showcased the Grand Carnival MPV which is already on sale in select international markets. The Grand Carnival will be brand’s premium MPV. It is bigger than India’s best-selling MPV – Toyota Innova Crysta. This model is around 380mm longer and has 310mm longer wheelbase than the Innova, which ensures spacious cabin. The India-spec Carnival will be powered by a 2.2-litre diesel engine that produces 200bhp of power and 441Nm of torque. Expected Launch-Sometime in 2020 Expected Price range-Rs 20 lakh to Rs 25 lakh Engine Options-2.2-litre diesel Available 7seater car Toyota Innova Crysta. ... Renault Lodgy. ... Mahindra Xylo. ... Mahindra XUV500. ... Honda BR-V. ... Maruti Suzuki Ertiga. ... Mahindra NuvoSport. ... Mahindra TUV300.

Why don't they make diesel-powered minivans?

In the Philippines the streets are littered with diesel minivans. Part of the reason you don’t see diesel powered minivans in the USA is because diesel vehicles needs costly scr systems that would easily push the price of a minivan north of $50,000US. …and in the USA $50,000 minivans are simply not going to fly. In Asian countries they like people haulers larger the better. Toyota makes the Innova which is a smallish minivan and they make the Hiace which is a bit larger, there’s even a more luxury van called the Alphard which would cost $70,000. Most would in USA would rather buy a large pickup or SUV for that kind of money before buying a minivan.

What is the most popular car in your country?

Indonesia has a love for minivans. You get to see it everywhere you go. It can be dated back in the late 70s when Toyota decided to modify the Kijang pickup into a minivan. It was a huge success. Back then, most people had more than 3 children, so they need a 3 seater car that can carry the whole family, with motorcycles being the private vehicles. 3 decades later, minivans are still the favorite choice among Indonesian consumers. Volkswagen was so enthusiastic about Indonesia’s minivan sales that it opened a factory in Indonesia just for making the Touran minivan. Some of Southeast Asia’s most popular minivans were/are manufactured in Indonesia. This year, Chinese manufacturer Wuling introduced the brand to Indonesian market with its minivan model. Recently, Toyota Avanza holds the title for the best selling car, succeeding the Toyota Kijang’s record. (The Toyota Kijang was the best selling car throughout the 20th century.) (Toyota Avanza is currently the best selling car, surpassing the Kijang.) (Subcompact mpv is the most popular segment.) (Isuzu Panther was a heavy rival of the Kijang. Known for its torqy diesel engine, it attracts many fans.) (The Toyota Alphard is a popular car among the upper class society. Often driven by private chauffeur.) Minivans are often used as public transportations. The color represents the route they go. They are called “angkot”, meaning “carry”, derived from Suzuki Carry, which is the most popular model among the angkots.

Why does the Philippines buy trains from Indonesia rather than from other developed countries?

You want to open tour and travel agency and in need of vehicle for it the route is from manila to rural areas with not so good roads but beautiful place and the best choice is to use vans or minibus there is two choices: the fancy toyota alphard… comfort, luxury, prestige, technologies, best onboard entertainment, etc or utilitarian toyota hiace… rugged suspension, flat, narrow and hard seat, minimum entertainment, noisy and vibrating diesel engine, etc alphard is better in any ways, but why do every tour agency uses hiace?

  • What is the Rear Tyres of Toyota Alphard?

    Here are the Rear Tyres and variants of Toyota Alphard:

    Variants2020 Toyota Alphard 3.5
    Rear Tyres235/50R18
  • Does Toyota Alphard has Seat Features(Passenger)?

    No, Toyota Alphard doesn't have Seat Features(Passenger).

  • Is Toyota Alphard available in Parking Sensor Rear?

    Yes, Toyota Alphard is available in Parking Sensor Rear. The available Parking Sensor Rear variants are: 2020 Toyota Alphard 3.5.

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