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Wednesday, 29 February 2012

toyota wish 7 seater

Toyota have launched the new Wish in the Japan market not too long ago, with a new front look. It comes either 1.8 or 2.0 variant. I guess the protruding concept is also being brought over to the Wish as well, as you can see the front headlights is like coming out of the body.The new Wish is fitted with the new generation engine with “Valvematic” technology, i guess they renamed VVTL-i to this name, since the technology is variable valve and lift.
 In Japan, the Wish receives Toyota’s new Valvematic engines. Valvematic is a continuously variable valve timing and valve lift mechanism, while VVT-i which affects timing. The engines are the 2ZR-FAE for the 1.8L model and the 3ZR-FAE for the 2.0L.
 The Wish also adds an improved version of VSC called S-VSC, which also uses the electric power steering system to apply appropriate steering torque to help stabilize it. High spec models get features such as keyless entry and start via a push button starter. The Wish has a parking assist system that tells you when to turn the steering wheel and when to back up during parallel parking, but doesn’t turn the wheel for you itself. There is also a 10-speaker Wish Panoramic Live Sound System for surround sound audio.

The WISH interior looks great, with the triangular window at the side so that you have more view of the road.
This baby also comes with Super CVT-i transmission which gives better fuel economy. Also mentioned is that the 1.8L gives 16Km/L while the 2.0L gives 15.2Km/L. I would say these are pretty impressive figures for the MPV class.

Sunday, 26 February 2012

2011 Toyota Yaris

The 2011 Toyota Yaris has a host of features that make it one of the most well equipped vehicles on the road today. It also has the quality and reliability you have come to expect from a model made by Toyota. Because the Yaris is a sub compact car Toyota decided to give buyers a range of options to make it as attractive as possible. They did not want to force drivers to give up certain features just so they could drive a small car and save some money on gas. They wanted to give buyers a great deal in a tidy little package.

Toyota Yaris options include satellite radio or blue tooth capabilities so you can have a fully integrated hands free environment. Despite its small size the Toyota Yaris has a large interior cabin-as large as they could fit in the small size of the frame, but enough to make riding comfortable. Up to five adults can ride comfortably inside the Yaris.
 The Toyota Yaris gets about 32 miles per gallon, meaning you get a host of features, all the upgrades you want for just a few dollars a day. Not a bad trade.
The 2011 toyota Yaris has just about every available safety feature as an option. Drivers say the Toyota Yaris handles like a sports car and has acceleration unmatched when it comes to a sub compact economy car.
Owners Love It

Unlike some sub compact vehicle owners, people who have driven and owned the Toyota Yaris say they like the way the car rides. They enjoy the ability to fit into just about any parking place, have speed and agility on the highway and pay a lot less to fill up at the gasoline pump.
The 2011 Toyota Yaris has front wheel drive which gives it superior handling. The motor is a little 1.5 liter engine with enough zip to zoom through city traffic and yet still get decent miles to the gallon.
The peppy little engine is also very quiet and so is the cabin. With your blue tooth headset plugged in you can easily carry on a conversation with friends and family while tooling along in your little Toyota Yaris. There is no substitute for a reliable car that is great on gas and looks good in the driveway!
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