Toyota Etios VX photo gallery

Here’s a pictorial review of the various features of the Toyota Etios VX petrol. The car is powered by a 90PS, 1.5 litre engine that is very drivable in the city. It also is quite spacious on the inside, but its looks are subjective. You can also read our full road test
or visit our Etios sedan and Liva hatchback resource to stay in touch with the latest on the car.

Toyota Etios Review
Photo: The Toyota Etios looks like a well-proportioned sedan overall, and not like a hatch with a boot.Photo: Toyota has tried to add some character to the Etios by using subtle creases in the doors and blacking out the B-pillar.Photo: The front of the Toyota Etios has a large, smiling Toyota family grille. Note that the headlamps have the indicators towards the centre. The VX gets in-built fog lamps in the bumper.

Photo: The rear of the Etios is quite rectangular, with a crease in the boot lid and a fat chrome strip across the top.

Toyota Etios boot space photo
Photo: The Toyota Etios has one of the largest boot spaces among sedans, at 590 litres, and can swallow a lot of luggage. The boot lid though feels thin - an area where Toyota has shaved off some weight.

Photo: The Etios 1.5 litre, 16-valve, DOHC petrol engine is peppy and has a flat torque curve, making it very drivable in the city.

Toyota Etios interior photo
Photo: The dashboard of the Toyota Etios has a unique design, with a centrally-mounted instrument panel and offset AC vents.

Photo: The centrally mounted instrument panel is angled towards the driver. The needles of the tachometer and speedometer sit behind the labeling, and there’s a digital fuel gauge in the odometer LCD. There is no temperature gauge.

Toyota Etios audio system photo
Photo: The VX version of the Etios gets a DVD-based audio system with steering controls and a separate remote. There are four speakers located only in the front.

Photo: The huge glove box of the Toyota Etios engulfs an AC vent as well. It can store up to seven 500ml water bottles inside.

Toyota Etios glove box vent
Photo: The glove box has an AC vent opening into it to keep it chilled. Ideal for storing chocolates, soft drinks or bottled water.

Photo: The multi-directional AC vents are quite effective in directing airflow. Etios leg room

Photo: The rear seats in the Etios can easily seat 3 abreast and legroom is the best among its competitors. The front seats get integrated headrests and are slim in profile.

Etios bottle holder
Photo: All doors get 1-litre bottle holders.

Photo: The Etios has decent legroom and under-thigh support in the front.

Pic of 12-spoke alloy wheel on Toyota Etios
Photo: The VX version gets 12-spoke alloy wheels, shod with 185/60 R15 tyres.

Photo: The large, dual-armed, single windscreen wiper on the Etios is quite effective and stays out of the driver’s line of sight.

Image of cable-type headlight adjuster on toyota etios
Photo: The headlamp-levelling device in the Etios is cable-operated. The bonnet lever situated next to it looks quite old school.

Photo: The roof of the Etios is ribbed to add rigidity, as thinner gauge steel has been used to reduce weight in non-structural areas.

Image of single reverse light on right side for Toyota Etios

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