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   Consumer Reviews of Toyota Raize Vin's Auto Edition
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OVERALL RATING
 
4 Reviewers
4 out of 5
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Comfort
3/5 Reliability
5/5
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Handling
3.5/5 Features
3.5/5
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Exterior Styling
5/5 Interior Design
2.5/5
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Value for money
5/5 Engine Performance
4.5/5
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4 Reviews

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Kenneth138
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1 reviews
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0 forum posts Joined on 04-Mar-2012
Good buy with Great power  Posted on 26 Sep 2021
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I have just collected my New Raize last Friday and have been driving for the past 2 days. I must admit I was quite sceptical on this 1 litre turbo engine although I was previously driving an Audi Q2 which was also 1 litre turbo. But however, after driving for 2 days I was quite amazed by the engine power and it takes no effort to pick up speed on the road putting others behind this little monster. Looking forward to the power after break-in !!! Note: I was driving with 3 big adults and it can still take no effort..

AnujKapoor
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2 reviews
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0 forum posts Joined on 25-Nov-2017
Excellent no fuzz Point A to B family Japanese Car  Posted on 21 Sep 2021
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Comfort 4/5 Reliability 5/5
Handling 4/5 Features 4/5
Exterior Styling 5/5 Interior Design 3/5
Value for money 5/5 Engine Performance 5/5
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Let's get one thing out of the way, this car is no Mercedes or a Jaguar. But this car is leaps and bounds ahead of its competitor cars like the Mitsubishi Attrage or even the Honda Jaaz in terms of comfort, space, mileage, and pickup.
The little 1L engine on paper fools everyone who reads it but once you step on the accelerator peddle the car's D-CVT gearbox shows its magic. In the first 0 to 30 kmph it behaves like a conventional torque converter gearbox and then the CVT kicks in, giving the car an acceleration of 0-90 in just 12 sec (tested practically)
I have owned this car now for almost 11 months and it has never disappointed me in terms of performance, space, and overall comfort.

What I like
1. Acceleration 0-90 in just 12 sec
2. Millage 16-18 Km/L
3. Responsive D-CVT gearbox
4. Exterior Looks
5. Good Road Visibility
6. Huge Boot Space
7. Value for money

What I do not like
1. A bit noisy engine @ 3000-3500 RPM range
2. Plasticky interior
3. Lack of higher-spec variants

AnujKapoor
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2 reviews
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0 forum posts Joined on 25-Nov-2017
A very Good Japanese Car with Huge Space for a family  Posted on 21 Sep 2021
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Comfort 4/5 Reliability 5/5
Handling 4/5 Features 5/5
Exterior Styling 5/5 Interior Design 3/5
Value for money 5/5 Engine Performance 5/5
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Let's get one thing out of the way, this car is no Mercedes or a Jaguar. But this car is leaps and bounds ahead of its competitor cars like the Mitsubishi Attrage or even the Honda Jaaz in terms of comfort, space, mileage, and pickup.
The little 1L engine on paper fools everyone who reads it but once you step on the accelerator peddle the car's D-CVT gearbox shows its magic. In the first 0 to 30 kmph it behaves like a conventional torque converter gearbox and then the CVT kicks in, giving the car an acceleration of 0-90 in just 12 sec (tested practically)
I have owned this car now for almost 11 months and it has never disappointed me in terms of performance, space and overall comfort.

What I like
1. Acceleration 0-90 in just 12 sec
2. Millage 16-18 Km/L
3. Responsive D-CVT gearbox
4. Exterior Looks
5. Good Road Visibility
6. Huge Boot Space
7. Value for money

What I do not like
1. A bit noisy engine @ 3000-3500 RPM range
2. Plasticky interior
3. Lack of higher-spec variants

Pauljrdaza
Neutral Newbie
2 reviews
0 points
1 forum posts Joined on 05-Aug-2013
The most un-Toyota Toyota I've ever driven.  Posted on 03 Apr 2021
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Comfort 1/5 Reliability 5/5
Handling 3/5 Features 2/5
Exterior Styling 5/5 Interior Design 2/5
Value for money 5/5 Engine Performance 4/5
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Review
Ah, the PIs have brought in another interesting JDM recently. One of Japan's bestsellers. The Toyota Raize.

I'm leasing one over the year, with much of it being spent driven around as a private-hire vehicle.

It makes for a good conversation starter in the carparks. But, that's as good as it gets. You get to see the points below.

What I like
- DCVT
With the DCVT, there's some saving grace to a ride that's already awful to begin with. Adds a little fun factor.

- Good fuel economy.
I get between 15 to 17.7km/l. 60/40. Don't mind the noisy 3 cyl. engine.

- Surprisingly good storage.
I can fit a wheelchair in the boot in an upright position, thanks to the hidden compartment under the boot floorboard. Also, lots of cubbyholes. The glovebox acts as an inter-dimensional portal, where items just disappear/teleport into the A/C filter area.

- Reverse cam
Adding a reverse cam to a small car that's easy to park. That's a super-win.

- Parking side mirrors
So you don't bua the corners. Very helpful if you seem to keep towards the left on the lane on the expressways. The motorcyclists will definitely be appreciating these.

What I do not like
-Super light body
Strong gusts of wind may rock the vehicle on the expressway.

-Harsh ride
Comparable to a 10 footer lorry. Dampeners, softer suspension setup required. Some popping feel when going over humps.

- Ridiculous amounts of road noise
It's just bad. Really bad.

-No multifunction steering wheel
Unless you get the G spec model I think. Getting the X model is a waste of your credit worthiness and money.

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Toyota Raize Vin's Auto Edition
4 stars - based on 4 reviews