Wednesday, 7 September 2011

Etios twins to come powered with 68 BHP diesel engines

Toyota Motors is a multinational Japanese company and the world's largest automaker. Toyota India was established in 1997 by collaboration with Kirloskar group. Toyota India has brought many new brands of cars in India. Toyota previously has launched only the petrol versions of Toyota Etios and Toyota Etios Liva. Toyota Etios is a sedan whereas Toyota Etios Liva is a hatchback. Toyota India has planned to launch the diesel version of Toyota Etios and Toyota Etios Liva on 9th September.

Toyota Etios Liva

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The petrol version of the Toyota Etios has been launched last year. The car gave a very good response and people liked it very much. Recently Tata Etios Liva was also launched with only petrol version but it has not got the response similar to Tata Etios sedan. As the price of petrol has risen too much, Toyota India has planned to launch Toyota Etios diesel and Toyota Etios Liva diesel. Toyota Etios and Toyota Etios Liva will be powered by 1.4 litres D-4D engine which will produce the power of 68 BHP and will deliver a mileage which will be close to 22 kmpl.

Toyota Etios Liva

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Speculations say that mostly the hatchbacks are bought by people under the age of 25 to 35 years and Toyota Etios Liva is not appealing to the youth. Indian car market has a major growth of hatchbacks as compared to other segments. So the companies are now trying to manufacture and sell the hatchbacks. The launch date of the twins is 9th of September 2011. As per our sources, the looks and design of the diesel variants of Toyota Etios and Toyota Etios Liva is same as that of their petrol versions. Toyota India has much expectations from the twins as the Indian market is inclined to diesel models due to rise in the price of petrol. The sales of cars has been slowed down due to rise in the price of petrol. So the companies are trying to manufacture and sell the diesel cars.

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