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What cars on the market are currently twinned?

From where to begin: Chrysler 300C 2nd gen - Lancia Thema Chrysler Delta - Lancia Delta Ford Fusion (US) - Ford Mondeo (EU) Suzuki SX4 - Fiat Sedici (EU) - Maruti Suzuki SX4 (India) Volkswagen up! - Skoda Citigo - Seat Mii Opel Agila - Suzuki Wagon R+ Cadillac Escalade - Chevrolet Tahoe - GMC Yukon Cadillac Escalade ESV - Chevrolet Suburban - GMC Yukon XL Chevrolet Cruze - Holden Cruze - Daewoo Lacetti Premiere Chevorlet Volt - Opel Ampera - Honden Volt (AU) Opel Astra - Chevrolet Astra - Holden Astra (AU) Chevrolet Aveo (EU) - Chevrolet Sonic (US) - Holden Barina (AU) Chevrolet Captiva - Opel Antara - Holden Captiva Chevrolet Spark - Holden Barina Chevrolet Zafira - Opel Zafira - Vauxhall Zafira Acura MDX - Honda MDX Acura TSX - Honda Accord Sedan (EU) - Honda Spirior (China) Acura TSX Sport Wagon - Honda Accord Tourer Acura NSX - Honda NSX Mazdaspeed3 (US) - Mazda 3 MPS (EU) Toyota Aygo - Peugeot 107 - Citroen C1 Fiat Freemont - Dodge Journey Toyota iQ - Aston Martin Cygnet - Scionn iQ Toyota Rush - Daihatsu Terios - Perodua Nautica Lexus LX - Toyota Land Cruiser 200 Toyota Matrix - Pontiac Vibe Subaru BRZ - Toyota GT 86 - Scion FR-S Subaru Trezia - Toyota Verso S Toyota Corolla (US) - Toyota Auris (EU) Subaru Dex - Daihatsu Materia - Toyota bB Scion xD - Toyota Urban Cruiser Toyota Land Cruiser Prado - Lexus GX Toyota Vitz - Toyota Yaris Renault Sandero - Dacia Sandero Stepway Renault Duster - Dacia Duster Renault Fluence - Samsung SM3 Renault Koleos - Samsung QM5 Renault Latitude - Renault Safrane - Samsung SM5 Ford Galaxy - Volkswagen Sharan - Seat Alhambra ... And the list goes on ... I'll update it later. :-)

How good is the Toyota Urban Cruiser in India?

Toyota known for cars like Innova, Fortuner , Etios which all have strong build quality and great reliable engines. They have a ,partnership with Maruti suzuki and they are launching cars using their brand name,. Toyota Urban Cruiser is nothing but ,Maruti suzuki vittara brezza with some cosmetic changes,. It comes with same 1.5 l engine, same build quality but there is a big change that is Toyota badging. Due to this Toyota badging you have to pay a premium for that. The ,Toyota glanza was a big failure, and Toyota Urban Cruiser will also have the same fate. Instead of doing these type of stunts , Toyota should bring cars which they sell in international market like ,Toyota Yaris hatchback, Toyota Corolla hatchback ,Toyota C-HR ,at some aggressive price . ,Kia is doing the same and Kia Sonet received almost 7k booking on the first day itself. They have so reliable car like ,Toyota Etios but it didn’t receive even a facelift forget about new generation,. They are just focusing on cars like Innova and Fortuner but they don’t understand that most of the car sales in India are from cars priced below 10 lakhs. Hope we’ll see some Toyota own build cars in future. Thanks!

With sky-high fuel prices largely to blame for the proliferation of small cars on UK roads, will electrification finally allow British consumers to afford to run larger vehicles?

This is Dowanhill in Glasgow. This is one of the wealthiest postcodes in Scotland and in the top few percent in the UK, outside of London. The cars in this photo aren’t the tiniest available but they’re not especially big. They’re not like the huge SUVs you can see in the USA. The people who live in these flats are probably pretty damn wealthy - when they were originally built they had butler’s quarters and the particular demographic who live there hasn’t changed much. These people can obviously afford big cars if they wanted to, so why don’t they? In my opinion, it’s a mixture of practicality and culture. The practicalities of the UK urban landscape,. Although the architecture of a tenement suburb like Dowanhill, instantly marks it out as Scottish and not English, it is some ways quite typical of a central suburb in a major UK city. Even some of the most fashionable neighbourhoods are still quite high density, especially compared to the USA, unsurprisingly given we have a much higher population density. Affluent neighbourhoods are often also older neighbourhoods because these are seen as more desirable because they’re more attractive but also often closer to the action - the bars, the restaurants, the shops, than modern peripheral suburbs. Note the lack of garages - this was not a design feature when these flats were built. Many of these blocks have stables, now converted into houses, but space for horseless carriages? Not so much. Parking is strictly street only and this means that a larger vehicle is a liability, not an asset. My last car was a Toyota Yaris. Parking THAT was often a major pain in the arse in the West End of Glasgow, never mind some monstrous SUV. Obviously, the UK has many more modern neighbourhoods, some of which look superficially like a US one, but we have some of the oldest houses in the world and it is often the case that neither the homes themselves nor the street layout favour big vehicles. Most of my friends and family live in houses or flats that are over 100 years old. Aspirations are different in the UK and USA. ,It’s easy to look at another culture and assume that if they do things differently to the way your own does them, it’s because something must be stopping them. Either it’s economics - they’d be like us if they had more money, or maybe it’s just because they don’t know how amazing your way of life is because nobody has yet sat them down and patiently explained it to them, allowing them to see the light. It’s not just Americans who do this. British people in Spain complain endlessly about the Spanish way of doing things and wonder why the Spanish just don’t do things in the right (ie the British) way. Spanish people living in the UK complain endlessly about the British way of doing things and speculate about why the British don’t do things in the Spanish way (the weather is often mentioned). It’s a universal phenomenon because deep, deep down, none of us want to face the fact that our entire system of cultural values is ultimately as arbitrary as anyone else’s. It’s not just about practicalities, I think it’s also a cultural thing. Let’s look at a lower density neighbourhood, where the practical aspects don’t matter so much. This is from a property website and it’s a house in Pollokshields, another rich part of Glasgow, but with lower density housing: Clearly folk here have space to park a bigger car and they can afford one. Generally, folk in this part of town are often millionaires . So what was the first picture I saw in this neighbourhood which featured a car? This one. Hell, it’s not even bigger than my Yaris was and I’m pretty far from being able to afford a house like this. Even if electric cars meant that running costs were lower and even if we all had bigger houses and garages, a lot of British people just aren’t that bothered about cars. Just going anecdotally, none of my friends really care about cars. I have friends who earn large salaries in their 30s and 40s who never even learned to drive. They don’t need to - Glasgow has a subway (and yes it’s called the Subway here, not the Underground - the New York one was named after ours, not vice versa), and 50+ railway stations and buses. They’d also rather spend their money on holidays and eating out or a new sofa or whatever. Sure, there are plenty of places in the UK where a car is more useful or even necessary and not everyone is the same - my aunt and her husband love cars and drive around the land in their SUV off-roading but they are literally the only people I know who view cars as anything other than a not very interesting mechanism for transferring your body and possessions from point A to point B if neither A or B have a train station. I’m not knocking car enthusiasts or saying they don’t exist in the UK. Cars are fascinating machines and I can well understand the love for them but as a general trend across the population, we don’t really have the love affair with cars that the US has - they don’t have this mythic place in our culture as a symbol of freedom. I didn’t learn to drive until I was 29. I sold my car over a decade ago and I haven’t bought another one just because I don’t need one. The only time I’ve ever felt the need is for hillwalking or photography expeditions and then I can just hire one. If you don’t care about cars, why bother getting one which is bigger than necessary if it’s just going to be a pain parking it anyway? It’s like when some Americans say that British houses are too small - and they are small - and here’s a picture of Leicester, where I currently work, to horrify you: It’s missing the point. I don’t want to live in a US-style suburb. Architecture reflects the values of a society. Here is an American suburb from the internet: I don’t know the place in question but it looks like walking five minutes to the supermarket or walking 30 minutes to work are not options. Here they are and cars are simply less necessary. The layout of the American suburb reflects different priorities - people who want a sense of space or more isolation from others. The pics of Glasgow and Leicester on the other hand, for me, reflect valuing the ability to walk around and be close to the bars and shops and all the action of a big city, it reflects a sense of community more than the first picture. We are just a more densely packed society and our world view reflects it. American style suburbs exist here of course, for folk who want that, but in general, distances are smaller, facilities are more local and driving in a dense and urbanised country is less pleasant. It has literally never occurred to me in my life to buy a car bigger than the ones in the pics above. A new guitar? An American original series Fender Jazzmaster? That’s a bit of consumerism I can get behind. An SUV? Meh.

Now that Toyota has officially launched their compact SUV 'Urban Cruiser' at ₹8.40 lakhs. Do you think the car will be a success in the Indian market?

Can we please please stop calling anything that has slightly more ground clearance than a sedan as a SUV? For reference this is what a real SUV does: And this is wannabe SUVs call “wading” If I am looking to buy a SUV, the questions I will ask the dealer is - does it have diff locks? give me wading depth. Give me approach and departure angles. Can I shift between 2H and 4H on the fly? I am unlikely to get an answer for this for Brezza or its clone Urban Cruiser. Now I love Toyota, have one, my daily runner, about 1.3 lac km, 16 years old. Nothing ever happens to it. It is a boring car but is a very reliable car. And it is pure Toyota. And what I like about Toyota India is they are extremely smart, super smart. Their market segmentation is very simple but effective. Do not get into the “plebeian” segment with thin margins and where you are likely to be killed by Maruti and Hyundai. For appearance sake, create cars like Etios, rebadged stuff like Glanza and make people believe we are active in all segments. While people are delusional about our presence in the entry segment, let us make a killing in the “politician” segment, i.e. Innova and Fortuner. Let the moolah roll in. Fat fat margins. Let us create an aura around the Toyota name and make the suckers believe that Corolla Altis is a premium sedan while we sell the same thing as “pleb class sedan” in USA. While we are at it, let us also introduce Yaris and price it higher than Vento TSI. What do you mean Vento is turbocharged petrol with more torque and has better DSG AT? Indian customer does not need those “things”. If I am looking for a no-fuss cars below 10 lakhs, I will go with Tata or Volkswagen.

What new vehicles is Toyota planning to launch in India?

Upcoming Toyota Cars: Toyota Urban Crusier Rs 11.15 Lakh Expected Price Expected Launch Sep 23, 2020 Toyota Fortuner 2021 Facelift Rs 30.0 Lakh Expected Price Expected Launch Jan 10, 2021 Toyota Yaris 2021 Facelift Rs 9.0 Lakh Expected Price Expected Launch Feb 10, 2021 Toyota Corolla 2021 Rs 15.0 Lakh Expected Price Expected Launch Mar 15, 2021 Toyota C-HR Rs 17.0 Lakh Expected Price Expected Launch Jun 06, 2021 These are some of the cars that Toyota is planning to launch in India.. Thank You…

Which sedan would be the most optimal in terms of style, performance, fuel efficiency and cost for driving in urban India (Kolkata and Bengaluru)?

1. Maruti Suzuki Dzire. 5.83–9.58 lacs 2 . Honda Amaze. 5.93 - 9.79 Lakh. 3 . Ford Aspire. 5.88 - 9 Lakh. 4 . Honda City. 9.81 - 14.16 Lakh. 5 . Hyundai Verna. 8.09 - 14.05 Lakh. 6 . Maruti Suzuki Ciaz. 8.20 - 11.38 Lakh. 7 . Hyundai Elantra. 13.82 - 20.05 Lakh. 8 . Toyota Yaris. 9.29 - 14.07 Lakh. 9 . Skoda Rapid. 6.99 - 14.26 Lakh. there are many others but you need to choose as per your requirement

I don't care about looks, what's the best affordable car that runs well and is low maintenance?

You should probably look into the stalwarts of quality long term, maybe Toyota, Honda, Hyundai and Kia are excellent as well. The american supply chain is a little less reliable but can be good. Look for extremely well maintained vehicles that are just a few years old and have maybe 50,000 miles or so, since much of the depreciation is gone by then, by 100,000 miles cars are really cheap usually sub-$10K but you risk a lot more maintenance work. Even very low mileage 3 year old cars can be excellent purchases for a 10 year hold period. Toyota Yaris for me was probably the most reliable low cost vehicle that existed in my 25 car + lifelong fleet. If you drive a ton of miles you should consider a hybrid vehicle both for fuel costs which are a big part of a vehicle’s running cost, and yes let’s try to save the planet, we are heading towards 2 Billion cars people. Supposedly the cheapest vehicle to run long term at many miles is the Toyota Prius. They are super-practical vehicles. I know many people that love the Prius, and a number of variants exist. If I was on a super-tight budget, had to get around a lot, I would and totally did not care how the vehicle looked, it would be a Toyota Yaris, or if I was doing a ton of miles, it would electric or a hybrid, most probably a Hyundai or Toyota Hybrid, from Toyota that means Prius, from Hyundai that means Ioniq. The Chevy Bolt is a more acclaimed vehicle than either of these if you really want an “electric” which for city movers could be a better choice. Depends on your habits, I live in the country and can’t depend on electric power charging. But in cities this will soon be the norm. And in many cities it already is… All electric is the way to go especially for the heavily urbanized world we continue to evolve to. We just need the $10,000 electric that basically tons of us will buy. I hope soon!

Which cars are best to use in Pakistan?

If you need a car that is good in bumpy roads and flooded roads then get a Toyota Landcruiser, Toyota Fortunner or Toyota Hilux. The Ford Raptor is too much of a show off car attracting attention. In poor urban neighborhoods of Karachi you might attract car thiefs and very prone to your car being stolen. If you are driving mostly in Karachi in different class neighborhoods from poor to rich and forfeit driving when it’s raining, I would recommend a Suzuki Swift, Suzuki Cultus or a Toyota Yaris or Honda Jazz (the Honda and the Toyota are called by different names as they are directly imported from Japan) was to keep a low profile. In Karachi, if you want to go premium but remain low profile, Toyota Corolla and Honda Civic are the cars to get.

Which is the safest family car in India?

Hello, Here are few of them:— Tata Altroz (5 stars Global NCAP Rating) Tata Nexon (5 stars Global NCAP) Tata Tiago (4 stars Global NCAP) Tata Tigor (4 stars Global NCAP) Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza/Toyota Urban Cruiser (4 stars Global NCAP) Maruti Suzuki S Cross (5 stars EURO NCAP Rating) Maruti Suzuki Ciaz (4 stars Adult Protection 2 stars Child Protection in ASEAN NCAP) Mahindra Thar (4 stars Global NCAP) Mahindra XUV300 (5 stars Global NCAP) Mahindra Marazzo (4 stars Global NCAP) Mahindra Alturas G4 (5 stars Korean NCAP, most strict standards in the world) Ford Figo/Aspire/Freestyle ( 4 stars Global NCAP) Ford Ecosport (4 stars EURO NCAP, although the test mule was the Euro specific one, not the Indian Ecosport) Ford Endeavour (5 stars Australian NCAP) Toyota Yaris Sedan (5 stars ASEAN NCAP) Toyota Innova Crysta (5 stars ASEAN NCAP) Toyota Fortuner (5 stars ASEAN NCAP) Hyundai Tucson (5 stars EURO NCAP, this car is available in India only as a CBU) Hyundai Venue (4 stars Australian NCAP, although the test mule was the US specific one, not the Indian Venue) Honda Jazz (5 stars Australian NCAP) Honda City 5th Generation (5 stars ASEAN NCAP) Jeep Compass (5 stars EURO NCAP) Volkswagen Polo(4 stars Global NCAP) Volkswagen Vento(4 stars Global NCAP) Volkswagen T-Roc (5 stars EURO NCAP, available as a CBU) Volkswagen Tiguan/Tiguan All Space (5 stars EURO NCAP available as a CBU) Skoda Rapid(4 stars Global NCAP) Skoda Superb (5 stars EURO NCAP) Skoda Octavia (5 stars EURO NCAP) These are some of the safest family cars available in India. Now here is a funny fact :- The current generation Mahindra Scorpio is the most popular Body on Frame SUV in India, used by Ministers, IPS Officers, Government officials and in different Bollywood Action movies. This is the most unsafe car, because it scored 0 stars in Safety, in a Crash Test which was conducted by Global NCAP. Now there are few other cars as well from other manufacturers which also scored 0 stars in Safety in the different crash tests. I'm not in any way mocking the Mahindra Scorpio. It is a great car in every other ways.

Which car suits for lawyers in the price range of 10 to 12 lakhs?

The law profession is among the busiest professions around. As such, a lawyer needs to travel around in comfort to always be at the top of his game. Lawyers in urban areas)don’t have to subject their cars to bad road conditions, so they don’t need SUVs or crossovers, like everyone they talk to will suggest them (I hope this is true for you too). So, your options come down to sedans. Among them, you have two options - Hyundai Verna and Toyota Yaris. Both are immensely safe cars with modern features, some being segment-first features (Verna gets cooled seats up front which are not available even on a Rs 22 lakh+ Octavia. The Yaris comes with seven airbags as standard features (across all variants). Moreover, it has frown and rear parking sensors to help you maneuver and park your car with ease. Yes, they are not exactly cheap, but they both are the kind of products you can buy and live with for years to come. A thin to note is that while Hyundai offers three engine options (two petrol and one diesel), the Yaris offers one (a petrol). Take them both for a spin and decide. However, if you must have an SUV, opt for either the Ford EcoSport, the Tata Nexon or the Jeep Compass. Take them for a spin and decide. In all the cases mentioned above, do not forget to research the latest offers and bargain hard for a good deal on your purchase. Happy buying!

  • Is Toyota Yaris available in Bluetooth?

    Yes, Toyota Yaris is available in Bluetooth. The available Bluetooth variants are: 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5E, 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5G, 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5J.

  • Does Toyota Yaris has Taillamps?

    Yes, Toyota Yaris has Taillamps, which are: 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5E, 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5G, 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5J.

  • Is Toyota Yaris available in Navigation?

    No, Toyota Yaris isn't available in Navigation.