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This is an old car model that is no longer for sale by the local distributor since Oct 2012.
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25 submodel(s)
spacer Successor Toyota Estima 2016 (2016-2020)
spacer Predecessor Toyota Estima (2006-2010)
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2.4 X 7-Seater (A)

Facelifted on Oct-2015

- 12.4km/L 170bhp
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- 12.4km/L 170bhp
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2.4 Aeras 7-Seater Moonroof (A)

Facelifted on Jan-2015

- 12.4km/L 170bhp
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- 11.8km/L 170bhp
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2.4 Aeras 7-Seater (A)

Facelifted on Sep-2014

- 12.4km/L 170bhp
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- 12.4km/L 170bhp
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- 10.9km/L 170bhp
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- 10.9km/L 170bhp
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- 12.4km/L 170bhp
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2.4 Aeras Premium Moonroof (A)

Facelifted on Dec-2016

- 10.9km/L 170bhp
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2.4 Aeras 8-Seater Moonroof (A)

Facelifted on Mar-2015

- 12.4km/L 170bhp
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- 12.4km/L 168bhp
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- 12.4km/L 168bhp
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- 9.8km/L 280bhp
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- 9.8km/L 280bhp
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Toyota Estima
4 stars - based on 1 reviews
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CONSUMER REVIEWS
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1 Consumer Reviews

 
MPV...satisfaction guaranteed `
Japanese make. Never went wrong for me. Drove a Wish before this for 8 years, without ONE hiccup..Normal maintenance, sometimes well-overdue...and the Wish never failed me ever, except for blown tyres. Driving the Estima Aeras for 18months now from San Hup Bee. (PI) Have always envied the space, road presence and comfort of this ride, thus the natural upgrade. Decent mileage when driven sensibly, however, it can rev freely, and turns into a mini-guzzler when you're trigger happy. (though far better then most bigger continentals) Is an absolute joy on the freeways, great high end torque, smooth and stable. Mine is still stock, except for a newer 18inch rim. Heavy and sluggish from stop to go, but a monster in disguise when on the highway, on the move. Driving up north, with the cruise control on will be great with a full load of 7 people and STILL TONS OF LUGGAGE space to spare. Knock down the rear seats (mine is a PI without spare tyres, so i can stow down my rear seats) and i can fit 2 kids bikes, and 2 adult bikes (with the front wheels off) Stow down the rear seats, and slide the second row ALL THE WAY BACK, and you've got yourself a limousine, leg rest arm rest and the works. A nice, safe dependable reliable car that i trust will take me through the next decade. Switch to a 245/50 18R tyre right away. Or go slightly bigger on19inch rims if ou don't mind forgoing comfort and harshness.
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