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1.5 E Grade (A)
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$9,200 /yr 17.2km/L 106 bhp 7-speed (A) CVT
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Price updated 07-Oct-2021

Toyota Vios
3.5 stars - based on 6 reviews
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Facelift - Toyota Vios 1.5 G Grade (A)
A refreshed face, a more modern cabin, improved refinement and a slew of standard safety features make the Vios even more of a value proposition.
Review after 1 year of ownership
As we had a new baby on the way, it was time for a car to help us get out and about. We compared with the usual Japanese brands, and finally settled on the Vios. This was the car both my wife and I learned to drive with, and it felt like home to us. The fuel mileage is pretty decent - I top up a full tank ever 10-14 days, and get about 450KM with 1/4 left (that's in the COVID period, so I drove less, obviously). While it lacks in acceleration, and gets noisy above 90KMH, its still decent value for a no frills family car. Its not the sexiest of cars, but for a A to B car, it gets the job done.
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Most Affordable and Reliable Car To Own!
Have been driving my ride for over a year now and feel it is time to leave my personal feedback. Last year my family of 4 said YES! After viewing the car and did a thorough test drive loading the car with 5 adults! The engine has so far been performing quietly yet responsively to my touch with it's new 7-speed sport sequential shiftmatic gearbox delivering power whenever needed and never feeling under powered. External noise isolation is on par with other makes that I have owned before (Subaru, Suzuki, Honda, Hyundai, Mercedes, Citreon, Chevrolet) and the sound system sounded exceptionally good after some adjustment to the entertainment system settings. It is our family's first Vios and we are totally enjoying our ride.
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Just enough if you want a no frills car
Took this car up and down Melaka for 4 days. More spacious then older versions. Seats are fine, rear leg room enough for an average adult. Interior looks basic, with head unit also looking average (imagine an older version entry level smart phone, it's basic). Speakers are bad. The drive - Wind noise and road noise is intruding at 90kmh and above. Beyond 110kmh, the steering does not provide good feedback and you can feel the car drifting side by side. Fuel economy is really average. Engine is loud and weak. If you are looking to accelerate off, it is impossible. It will take its time to rev till the desired speed before settling down. Overtaking is bang average. Not one I would want to spend tens of thousands as my car. This is coming from an ex Vios owner.
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Reliable drive
Settled on the Vios E grade after checking out several other alternatives in the same category (city, accent), hatches (note, jazz). The E series does not come with leather seats, nor with GPS. Drive is smooth and predictable. Gas pedal is responsive. For its size, its an easy drive. Steering is rather light though. Fuel economy is good (14km/l) on first pump (mix of 70% Highway), and I expect it to improve after the initial servicing and run-in.
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