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Models no longer being sold by local distributors.
Model unavailable since Jun 2013
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(launched 2007, facelifted Mar-2010)

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1.5 E LX Classic (M)

Facelifted on Mar-2010

$125,988 (Dec 2012) spacer spacer
14.3km/L 109 bhp 5-speed (M)
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1.5 E LX Elegance (M)

Facelifted on Mar-2010

$127,988 (Dec 2012) spacer spacer
14.3km/L 109 bhp 5-speed (M)
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1.5 J Sports (M)
$52,788 (Jun 2007) spacer
14.9km/L 109 bhp 5-speed (M)
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1.5 E Sports (M)
$60,488 (Jan 2010) spacer
14.9km/L 109 bhp 5-speed (M)
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1.5 J Sports (A)
$60,488 (Jan 2010) spacer
14.2km/L 109 bhp 4-speed (A)
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1.5 E Sports (A)
$61,488 (Jan 2010) spacer
14.2km/L 109 bhp 4-speed (A)
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1.5 G Sports (A)
$64,488 (Jan 2010) spacer
14.3km/L 109 bhp 4-speed (A)
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1.5 E LX Classic (A)
$93,988 spacer spacer
14.3km/L 109 bhp 4-speed (A)
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1.5 E LX Elegance (M)
$94,988 spacer spacer
14.3km/L 109 bhp 5-speed (M)
Specs | Features 
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1.5 E LX Classic (A)

Facelifted on Mar-2010

$104,988 (May 2013) spacer
15.1km/L 109 bhp 4-speed (A)
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1.5 E LX Elegance (A)
$106,988 (May 2013) spacer
15.1km/L 109 bhp 4-speed (A)
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1.5 E Sportivo (A)
$109,988 (May 2013) spacer
15.1km/L 109 bhp 4-speed (A)
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1.5 J LX (A)

Facelifted on Mar-2010

$128,988 (Dec 2012) spacer
14.3km/L 109 bhp 4-speed (A)
Specs | Features 
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1.5 G LX (A)

Facelifted on Mar-2010

$134,988 (Dec 2012) spacer
14.3km/L 109 bhp 4-speed (A)
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Toyota Vios
3 stars - based on 57 reviews
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Car Review - Toyota Vios 1.5 G LX (A)
Always known for its affordability, the Vios is back again with its 2nd generation. We take a drive to see what's new in the latest Vios...
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Comparison - Mazda2 Sedan 1.5 (A) vs Toyota Vios 1.5E (A)
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CONSUMER REVIEWS
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Good basic car that is hampered by its price
Previously owned the Vios J spec It is a good car to drive, but it is not suitable for a family of five as the backseat is only good for two, not three if the family wants to ride in comfort. Many cubby holes for the hoarder Overall, it is a good car for city driving in a urban setting like Singapore But it is hampered by its price The car cost us over $33000 for one that can be used for two years or so When we bought it two years ago.
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1st Gen Vios = Savings
I have been driving the 1st Gen Vios.. different color, different registration plates, but same design. The speedometer in the middle is no issue to me. My only concern is the fuel consumption. As it is kinda old, the fuel consumption will not be that fantastic, even though it has all along been known to consume less fuel than cars in the same range. Coming from a Kia Carens 2007, this car is a real life saver. On my carens, $30 was probably adequate for 1 day of intensive drive. With vios, $30 actually doubled the mileage. Give me a vios anytime! With the current COE prices, it's wiser to pick up a 8 or 9 year old vios. You will not lose too much :) As always, I look back at my vios with a smile everytime I leave.
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Best FC and Great handling. Value for money (minus the bloody COE)
My first car that I drove during my Driving lesson is none other than VIOS from CDC. I'm a tall guy and at first I thought I going to have difficult time to drive the car due to my height. But surprisingly, it fit me nicely and I still have a good view at the front and rear of the car. The model that I'm currently driving is a new 2012 VIOS. There some changes but it not a great different as compare to the previous 2012 model. Interior is still remain the same as previous 2010 model. The front grill no change, the HID, a dark color on the side vs transparent on the 2010 model.On the back of the car, some minor change on the car plate side. So I'm not sure why BM want to list as new 2012 VIOS. Overall, when driving this car, it really suit me as I'm not those that like to zoom zoom ..the car is good enough for family and point A to B. Great FC and handling is good too.
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Fuel Saver & wonderful car
Its extremely fuel saving with the car being able to clock about 14.6km/l almost everytime. It is a wonderful car to drive and with a nice look especially with its bodykit. Reliable car and powerful when you need it to be.
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