You can’t talk about the Honda City without mentioning the Toyota Vios and likewise.
Remember the new 2020 Toyota Vios facelift rendering from a month ago?
The 2019 Toyota Vios is powered by a 1.5-litre 4-cylinder Dual-VVTi engine with a codename 2NR-FE that
New to the 2020 Toyota Vios facelift is the addition of the GR-Sport (GR-S) variant, sitting on top of
The Toyota Vios has its ups and downs but there is no denying that it is still a hugely popular car.
Shortly after prices for the 2021 Toyota Vios facelift were announced, we heard you ask: Whats new?
3051.91 to maintain a Persona over 5 years/100,000 km Still cheaper to maintain than the Honda City or Toyota
(Toyota Vios 2019 Model | Gallery)The Vios is Toyota’s bread-and-butter model, as the Vios (and
model.If you’re in the B-segment sedan market, you may have noticed a distinct lack of news on the Toyota
to launch a new 2020 Toyota Vios facelift in December.
One of the top contenders in the B-segment sedan category is the 2021 Toyota Vios 1.5 G.
Racing is finally back on the menu as the Toyota Gazoo Racing Vios Challenge kick-started its fourth
If priced right, the Proton X50 can eat into the sedans sales too.This leaves the Toyota Vios (alongside
A less globally-popular car from Toyota would be the Toyota Vios.
limelight, another long-standing competitor is getting ready to fight back - yes, the facelifted 2020 Toyota
UMW Toyota Motor (UMWT) has launched the racy-looking 2020 Toyota Vios GR Sport (GR-S) alongside the
At yesterday’s launch of the Toyota GR Yaris and Toyota Vios GR Sport, UMW Toyota Motor also announced
Toyota unveiled the facelifted 2021 Toyota Vios a couple of months ago in the Philippines, followed by
It doesn’t matter who you ask – both Toyota Vios and Honda City owners both insist that their
previously posted a rendered photo by Indian Autos Blog showing off their vision of the soon to arrive Toyota
/Perodua is its Daihatsu-format D92A codename.The current-generation Toyota Vios has been around since
(2019 Toyota Vios prices and specs | Gallery)To begin with, a full disclosure – my daily is a 2014
on Instagram and YouTube, you’ll be treated with adrenaline-pumping content from the all-new Toyota
the shared IMV-platform Toyota Hilux.Could it be the new updated Toyota Vios and Toyota Yaris then?
UMW Toyota Motor introduced the new Vios earlier this year, refreshing its popular B-segment sedan with
an underrated gem for sure but in terms of sales, it is unmatched compared to the Honda City and the Toyota
Before it was the Vento, it was called the Polo SedanStalwarts of the B-segment sedan scene - the Toyota
Ever since its world debut in Malaysia, the 2021 Toyota Vios GR-S has been making waves around South
Malaysians have only been enjoying the delights of the 2019 Toyota Vios for a little over year.
The 2020 Toyota Vios GR Sport (GR-S) could be the entry-level Gazoo Racing (GR) model in Toyotas line-up
Today is proof that a 1.2 polo can beat a 2.0 Honda Civic fd. And a 10 years old toyota vios still can hit 180kmh no problem! Great night! https://t.co/RnXDRJnESy
Congratulations to Mr Hagen 🥳 Bought a Toyota Vios 1.5G because he need a replacement for his old car. Enjoy your new ride sir 🚘🥰 any of yall still looking for a Toyota, hit me up 😘 https://t.co/9tpIuOnIEN
Seeing my thirteen-year-old Toyota Vios driven off for the last time.. https://t.co/AklBuj4pdN
21-year-old Toyota Vios driver, whose vehicle collided with a Mazda CX-5 SUV on the Penang Bridge, has tested positive for marijuana and alcohol https://t.co/NMa5YPsKtQ https://t.co/Pj1B4Odu08
after driving my mum's 4-yr-old Toyota Vios, my 1-yr-old Proton Saga feels like a clunky heap of metal yang bontot berat.
DRIVEN: 2019 Toyota Vios – old hand learns new tricks https://t.co/Xay9XR8xiI
Almost to 250,000KM on the old chariot (Toyota Vios, since 2006). 2 accidents, easy (& cheaper!) maintenance,... http://t.co/xfk9ZX2xBx
my 8 year old #toyota #vios #grupotoyota # http://t.co/Wc2ZV7Qt
Really ヅ nice!: PVC Auto Logo White Background Light Sticker for Old Toyota Vios - $8.00 http://j.mp/qJCv4M
3. “The 24-year-old driver of the Toyota Vios and his two passengers, aged 23 and 25, escaped unhurt.” The incident is reported to have occurred at around 2.40am today.
Does the tank have a drain plug on the bottom? if so, partially fill the tank with kerosene, heavily bounce your car up an down to stir the liquid, then screw out the drain plug. and drain it. If no drain plug, take a length of garden hose, about 2 metres will do, push one end down the filler pipe, lower the other end below the bottom of the tank, put that end in your mouth and suck hard until whatever fuel you wish to take out comes through, It may taste foul, but it will not harm you if you don’t swallow any, once it comes to your mouthy stop sucking, keep the flow going until it stops. keeping the end of the hose close to the floor, do not raise it once the flow commences. If you cannot do that, then you will need to take the tank from the car, if that is beyond you, you will need a car mechanic to help you. Make sure there is no naked flames, candles etc, cigarettes, matches nearby or you may finish up blowing your garage up, best to do anything with fuel out in the open air and away from nearby buildings. Take especially care of what clothing you wear.
Toyota vios aka Yaris (in India) has been unleashed few months back. I assume that Vios (abroad) and Yaris have almost everything in common. As it is providing 1.5L it certainly means that this model is for providing fuel efficiency and is mainly for cruising. So here the down side is the pick up. You floor the gas and it will scream , the performance is not punchy and at any point of time you will not get the driving thrill which you will get by driving it's competitors(City,Verna). The so called smiling grill (my view on it) is not appealing to me. There was a time when the car manufacturers were obsessed with it but now the trend has changed! The look is simple and not stylish. I had the opportunity to sit in it when it was launched. One main thing which i saw was that it had borrowed rear seats from Camry(old model). Headroom for rear passengers seemed to be a conundrum! Other than that plenty of features have been provided in the car.
The answer is absolutely yes even if it is gross salary before tax deduction. You will have comfortable living provided always: You just live a typical middle income KLite like staying in suburban area afforbable to local with house rental from RM 1,200.00 - RM 2,000.00 per month. This can be easily found at Cheras, Puchong, Old Klang Road, PJ, etc with some within walking distance from MRT/LRT station. Food wise, if you can adapt to local taste, then afforable meal normally range from RM 6.00 to RM 15.00 per meal for hawker or local shoplot restaurants. You have the option of home cook, normally cheaper compare to you eat outside. Transportation is very convenient if you stay nearby MRT/LRT station, or use Grab. Otherwise you have the option of buy private car then flexibility to move around is 100%, you may need to cough out average RM 1,500 to RM 2,500 for decent car like Toyota Vios. Bear in mind that at “middle income locations”, you already can achieve very comfortable lifestyle something like 3R2B, 1,000 sf apartment or landed terrace house. Even if you have family like 4 head, including wife and 2 kids, you are still have some saving if you have “modest” lifestyle. Places of expatriate concentration normally at Damansara, Mont' Kiara, Ampang, surrounding KLCC is for the “rich and famous", I afraid your income may not sufficient if you want to enjoy luxury life. Occasionally you can travel around to visit places of interest by air, car or bus. It is very convenient and low budget is sufficient!
I posted this on my blog on December 4, 2014 If I can help it, I don’t think I will ride a cab ever again. I tried the services of Uber yesterday, and it was just plain awesome. Someone picked me up from my front door. The driver, Enrique, greeted me courteously after asking if I was James, and asked me to jump in. We had a nice little chat after I learned that he knows one of my friends from high school. The drive seemed faster than usual. The radio was even tuned-in to Magic 89.9, one of the few remaining decent radio stations here in Manila after the downfall of the ONLY radio station I have ever listened to when it was still broadcasting—NU Rock. The car, a 2 month old 2014 Toyota Altis, even smelled like lemons—no kidding. Anyway, Enrique asked me for my route preference, in order to make the ride as fast as possible. We diverted from my normal route because of the traffic build-up at MIA road, due to the construction of the airport skyway. This experience is very refreshing, as I've had cabs deliberately going the long way even after specifically telling them the route I want to take to my destination, only to be stuck in traffic because of that simple mistake. We got stuck in traffic again at the Magallanes Interchange, because the DPWH was doing some road work. Afterwards, it was smooth-sailing to Mandaluyong City. For someone who regularly commutes to work via bus, I can definitely say that Uber may seem too luxurious. Imagine being picked up from wherever you are and being taken to your destination, all with the convenience of a driver in a private car. Before the Uber car gets to you, you can see the star rating of the driver, the type of car, and the estimated time for him to get to you. With Uber, luxurious does not always have to be expensive. I will get into this later. One more thing I have realised is that with this service, there would be no more pleading with cab drivers to drive you to your destination because you are late. No more haggling with the price (from, Php 50.00, to upwards of ,Php 400.00, depending on your destination) they WANT to add to the meter because “there are no people to pick up at your destination”. The endless cycle of standing on the street-hailing a cab-opening the door-announcing your destination-being rejected-closing the door-hailing another cab- will be forgotten forever. You just need to pull out your smartphone, request for the service, and sit back and relax while waiting for them to pick you up. The mobile application even shows available Uber cars within your service radius. The best part about this is that I can see the service car en route to my pick up location. The driver who picked me up earlier today, Nestor, had difficulty looking for the way to my pick up location. He called me, and asked me for directions. Because I can see where he was, I told him to turn around, turn right when he sees SN street, and just go straight til he gets to where my house is. I didn’t blame the driver for not knowing the way, since it was a private road, and was made as a short-cut for people living within the immediate area. Let me get to the best part. I have tried their services twice. The first driver was Enrique, driving a red 2014 Toyota Altis, and the second driver was Nestor, driving a black 2013 Toyota Vios, both cars in pristine condition. I have tried using a cab to work once, and it cost me ,Php 210.00,, with minimal traffic on the road. The meter started when I got to the cab a few blocks away from my house, as I have to walk for around 5 mins to get to the main road. Let’s compare this with my Uber experience. This is my receipt with Enrique: With the same route, notice that it costs ,Php 30.00, cheaper than a cab ride. This includes the traffic we experienced at MIA road and at the Magallanes Interchange. Non-withstanding, it still costs cheaper to get an Uber ride. Let’s compare the same cab ride with my Uber ride from earlier today: See the difference? With my second Uber ride, the total was just ,Php 151.17,, because we did not experience any traffic, still a whole lot cheaper than the ,Php 210.00, I have paid the cab for the same scenario. I therefore conclude that Uber definitely costs cheaper then a regular cab ride.:) Speaking of the costs associated with Uber, I did NOT have to pay cash. All transactions were done electronically. Initially, I was given ,Php 300.00 ,Uber credits for joining. (I was referred by a friend from the U.S.). When my Uber credits ran out (please see second diagram, lol), the remainder was charged to my VISA card. How convenient was that. It felt awkward when I got to my destination and pulled out my wallet, thinking he needs to swipe my card. But lo and behold, I just thanked the driver for the service, bid him farewell, and he was off! When I fired up my office desktop, I got an email with the receipt, (just like what you saw earlier), and a survey form to rate my driver. Everything went great so I gave the both of them 5 shining stars. With all that said, I definitely look forward to my next Uber ride. It looks like I have to get back to my normal tricycle-bus routine, but in case I need the services of a cab, Uber definitely takes first dibs (as long as my prepaid card has credit).
Coming from a perspective of a person who studies and lives in the philippines the reason is pretty clear. Most Filipinos buy Toyotas and Hondas because they know that the car will be repaired. The 2 companies have made such an influence that most Filipinos would not buy other car brands. Of course there are other top car brands roaming around like Mitsubishi, Nissan, Ford, etc. BUt the majority still love Toyota and Honda. That is why we see old Toyota Corollas and Honda Civics still running around. MOst people even keep their old Mistubishi Pajero from the 90s and I have seen many of them in pristine condition. Toyotas and Hondas have so many spare parts in my country, that is why other car brands like Chevrolet or Kia are not that well also because there is a lack of spare parts. Also, well at least in Asia, we like Toyotas or Japanese Cars for that matter because they will serve as well. We do not earn as much as those living in Western countries which is why we cherish all that we have in these vehicles. Most homes even those who are rich would own an extra car like the Toyota Innova or the Toyota Vios or and extra Honda CRV When driving, these cars are everywhere and also others include the Toyota Fortuner or the Mitsubishi Montero/Pajero Sport Also, we love Japanese cars because of their amazing resale value. Our Toyota Fortuner from 2015 has already reached 70,000 miles and it is still working very, very well. To conclude, we love Toyotas and Hondas simpky because they are cheap, reliable, economical, and practical!
Because they don't need to. Overtime, Toyota has impressed the Indian crowds of its reliability and low service costs right from the time of the Qualis and the 1st gen Corolla. So they kind of like Maruti have a very Trustworthy image in India and most of their customers are loyal to the brand be it private or commercial. Even if you see sales numbers now, the Innova which is their bread-and-butter model is doing really well inspite of it being overpriced. The Fortuner, their second most popular model here is doing 1000+ units a month when it's closest selling rival, the Endeavour only does about 500 a month On the other end however, the Etios Twins aren't doing well and the main customers are taxi operators. They also aren't exactly of the quality that most other brands on the price range offer and are very boring design and feature wise to appeal to private customers. But Toyota has understood that their main market is higher up so they are focusing on that. The Etios twins are really quite old even with the recent cosmetic facelift now and Toyota isn't bringing an all new model anytime soon. This just strengthens the above point. Although Toyota is bringing the Vios next year, they aren't in a hurry which again shows their low hope for the budget segment So Toyota doesn't need to market aggressively as it isn't needed and people are buying their cars anyways Happy Motoring!!! (Image source: Autocar India and Google)
No, the Toyota Rush will not be launched in the Indian market for atleast the next 2 years. Moreover, Toyota is planning for an Indian specific compact SUV as Toyota Rush will get out-dated quite quickly here because it's an old generation product at the end of its lifecycle. Toyota Motors India is planning to launch the following vehicles in the next three years:- Toyota Innova Crysta Toyota Fortuner Toyota Prius Toyota Vios New Etios and Liva twins
The Philippine shores are being introduced to many subcompact vehicles that are taking the automotive market by storm. ,Toyota Motors Philippines, have been on top of the subcompact class with the Toyota Vios, and with the latest model, They’re still king of the hill. Why is the Toyota Vios so popular? It’s because it’s the number one choice of the younger generation. These aspects made this brand loved by millennials: It is affordable It is fuel-efficient and capable It is the practical choice It has modern styles
In UK we mainly drive small cars. There are several reasons for this - as has been mentioned more than once on Quora - the main ones being small roads, the price of cars and the price of fuel. There’s an old adage “If you can’t afford the fuel, you can’t afford the car”. In a country like Malaysia with subsidised or zero tax fuel, cars abound even though they are expensive to buy. This is partly to try to ensure the success of the local home-grown car economy by Proton and Perodua. People can afford the fuel, so they buy a car over 10 years hire purchase. In UK it’s the same, we have small roads and most can’t afford the fuel, so buy a small car that doesn’t use much. The US however has a vast road system, and towns and cities - unlike English ones built around farm tracks and field boundaries - lend themselves to large vehicles (the American Dream) by being built on the well-known “waffle iron” layout. Driving a massive American car around York or the roads in the South West of England is going to be a trial, for sure. America is also a huge country, and if you travel by car you want something more than a Toyota Vios to do it in - along with power steering, air con and all the other extras that were late coming into the UK car market - like a radio even! Last but certainly not least is the ever cheap petrol (gasoline) available in the US which makes a massive inefficient gas-guzzling engine viable. If you were paying over $2.50 per litre ($9.50/US gallon), would you be able to afford to run a Hummer? People in UK driving about in Ford Focus, Toyota Vios, Nissan Micras etc would far rather be behind the wheel of a Jaguar XF or a Lexus believe me, but the fuel cost tends to obviate it unless you either get free petrol (company car) or are rich… So, you don’t get them because hardly anyone would buy them?
Here are the Body Type and variants of Toyota Vios:
|Variants||2019 Toyota Vios 1.5G||2019 Toyota Vios 1.5E||2019 Toyota Vios 1.5J|
Here are the ASEAN NCAP Rating and variants of Toyota Vios:
|Variants||2019 Toyota Vios 1.5G||2019 Toyota Vios 1.5E||2019 Toyota Vios 1.5J|
|ASEAN NCAP Rating||10||10||10|
Here are the Multi-function Steering Wheel and variants of Toyota Vios:
|Variants||2019 Toyota Vios 1.5G||2019 Toyota Vios 1.5E|
|Multi-function Steering Wheel||Y||Y|