Toyota’s entry level budget sedan has been given a facelift for a sharper, more classy look.
The hood of the Vios has been beautifully designed as a U-shape to snuggle closely, from the front hood to the front grille, and all the way down to the front bumper. The rear lights have been designed to be a convex curve, with three dimensions, simply unique. The Vios is dynamic and maneuverable, even in a narrow area, with the smallest turning radius of 4.9 meters.
Advanced design of the Vios’ sound system with a vertical LCD panel; graphic-like switch buttons of the air-conditioning system are striking to the eyes; traces of the connecting points between components, as well as the surface of the materials that have been neatly and properly placed, look neat and luxurious. The rear seats are spacious and comfortable, longer than those of previous models by 120 mm while the length of the car has increased by 15 mm.
The 1NZ-FE DOHC 16 valve VVT-i 1497 cc engine churns out a max 109 horsepower (80 kilowatts) at 6,000 rpm. Max torque is 141Nm. at 4,200 rpm. With the light accelerator pedal and the powerful engine of the car coupled with ample torque, the vehicle handles with great maneuverability.
Dual SRS airbags , ABS, Brake Assist are standard for the Vios. The WIL (Whiplash Injury Lessening) seat system is especially designed to help reduce the injury to the neck bone that could result from being rammed from the rear.
Although this 4 door vehicle is designed to carry a maximum of 1 driver and 4 passengers, we recommend the Toyota Vios for a group of 3 passengers or two passengers and a tour guide with maximum two pieces of luggage (suitcase).