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
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Photo: The rear of the Etios is quite rectangular, with a crease in the boot lid and a fat chrome strip across the top.
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.
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.
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.
Photo: The multi-directional AC vents are quite effective in directing airflow.
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.
Photo: The Etios has decent legroom and under-thigh support in the front.
Photo: The large, dual-armed, single windscreen wiper on the Etios is quite effective and stays out of the driver’s line of sight.
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.
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