Toyota to Launch a New Car for India Named ‘Yaris’ | Check Launch Price & Bookings Details

Toyota is all set to re-enter the well known mid-size car section in India with the launch of the Toyota Yaris. Dealers in India have begun accepting bookings in select areas like Delhi. The new Toyota Yaris of India was first showcased a month ago, at the 2018 Auto Expo in Delhi. The car is expected to arrive in showrooms of India by the second half of April.

Toyota Yaris Booking Open

Toyota dealers in India in selected cities have begun the advance bookings for the new car Toyota Yaris with the booking amount of Rs 50,000. Conveyances are being guaranteed in the first half of May 2018. With the Yaris, Toyota will enter a segment which is at present ruled by the Honda City, the new Hyundai Verna and the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz.

Toyota Yaris Sedan Launched In The UAE

Toyota’s nearby arm in the UAE, Al-Futtaim Motors has launched the India-bound Toyota Yaris car at a cost of AED 59,900 which is approximately equal to ₹ 10.59 lakh. While the Yaris hatchback is as of now is available for sale in the UAE, Toyota is calling this as Yaris sedan. Like the India-spec variant, the Yaris launched in the UAE additionally accompanies the same 1.5-liter double VVT-I oil engine. Stylishly, there are no progressions from the Indian model and the UAE form.

Design of Toyota Yaris

Regarding the design and outline of Yaris, the 2018 Toyota Yaris vehicle looks, particularly like the Corolla Altis. The front of the Yaris is like different models from the Toyota worldwide line-up. In any case, the bumper embeds in the front ascent into the thin grille, which lessens the car’s width. In addition, the Yaris likewise accompanies LED DRLs and a sharp line plan on the LED parking lights inside the headlamp cluster. Toyota has fitted the Yaris with a couple of 15-inch alloy wheels.

Toyota Yaris accompanies just a petroleum engine, while the organization has just that diesel engine isn’t under thought at the present time. The 1.5-litre double VVT-I petroleum motor with transmission alternatives 6-speed manual or 7-speed CVT auto. Without a diesel motor could cost Toyota, as its adversaries, Hyundai Verna, Honda City and Maruti Suzuki Ciaz all come with diesel engines. Maybe Toyota will announce the diesel engine of Yaris soon.



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