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Toyota Vios 1.5 G Grade (A) Facelift Review

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This is an old car model that is no longer for sale by the local distributor since Apr 2023.
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1.5 E Grade (A)
$137,888 (Mar 2023) spacer
17.2km/L 106 bhp 7-speed (A) CVT
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1.5 G Grade (A)

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$142,888 (Dec 2022) spacer
17.2km/L 106 bhp 7-speed (A) CVT
Specs | Features 
Toyota Vios
3.5 stars - based on 10 reviews
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Toyota Vios 1.5 G Grade (A) Facelift Review
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.
Facelift (What's New)
Longer and wider than before
Sports a refreshed exterior design
Cabin is more spacious, more modern and more refined
CVT replaces four-speed auto
Seven SRS airbags and a range of brake control systems
10 Consumer Reviews

Decent family sedan `
Good family sedan. Large rear passenger leg room and big boot. Good handling. Thought this car would be under power due to low torque and HP but to my surprise the power is decent enough. Service and maintenance will be cheap because not much automation so less things to be faulty. Cons: Plastic or low cost feel everywhere but that's ok since the price difference is a lot compared to Altis or Honda City. Even those also cannot completely avoid plastics.
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Simple car that does the job for a small family `
Brought this car about a year ago. Was not on my shortlist when shopping for one but end up getting it after test driving with my family. Initially wanted to get Altis but the extra cost saving on getting Vios is more worth it. Reason for getting this car is the simple interior with lesser electronic function which will be easier and cheaper to maintain in the long run. Between the E and the G variant, the lacking of specs is indeed quite a hugh difference but to keep thing simple, E grade is actually sufficient for a point A to B car. Coming from a Honda MPV to this car, i can feel the car underpowered especially when moving off from traffic light but it't not a big deal as it's sufficient for our local road and changing lane on expressway might be slightly lesser power then ideal. Fc for full city drive is around 8.6km/l while full expressway can clock around 14km/l. I feel this car is good for someone who wanted a simple car and suitable for small family.
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Good compact car that does the job `
Seen and drove the Vios. Have driven all the generation Vios from 2006 till now. This one is the best, hope the agent will still carry this model in the future. Between E and G, E seems lacking in features such as drum brakes, no led light but G feels more like the old Altis from 2006, where has digital aircon, folding seats and all disc brakes which is the deal breaker for me. Performance is quicker with the cvt, rev band stays within limit and does not drop rpm like the older Super Ect transmission. Steering is light, could do better but it's fine.
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Better options elsewhere `
Test-drove the Vios as we were in the market for a compact car. Was not in my shortlist but my family member wanted to try.
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