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Toyota Etios Liva

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Performance
Engine 1197 cc
Mileage 17.71 kmpl
 
Safety
Anti-Lock Braking System No
Driver Airbag Yes
 
Engine
Turbo Charger No
 
Entertainment
USB & Aux No
Integrated 2DIN Audio No
 
EMI
Duration 60 months
EMI Rs 10,519.00 /mo.
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Recent Updates of Toyota Etios Liva

Toyota Etios Liva gets a special add-on package for the V and VX trim. Toyota calls the Liva with the new package as the Dual-Tone Etios Liva. The package includes Front Grille with black finish, Chrome Fog Lamp Bezel, Electrically Foldable ORVMs, Roof Spoiler, Piano Black Instrument Panel, Rear Removable Headrests, New Optitron Combimeter. The Dual-Tone Etios Liva is priced at a premium of Rs 15,000 over the standard V trim and Rs 10,000 over the standard VX trim.

Price List of Toyota Etios Liva

Variant Price Specifications  
1.4 GD Rs 6.71 Lakh*
OTR Price
1364 cc, 67.04 bhp, 23.59 kmpl, Diesel
1.4 VD Rs 6.88 Lakh*
OTR Price
1364 cc, 67.04 bhp, 23.59 kmpl, Diesel
1.4 VD Dual Tone Rs 7.02 Lakh*
OTR Price
1364 cc, 67.04 bhp, 23.59 kmpl, Diesel
1.4 VXD Rs 7.29 Lakh*
OTR Price
1364 cc, 67.04 bhp, 23.59 kmpl, Diesel
1.4 VXD Dual Tone Rs 7.38 Lakh*
OTR Price
1364 cc, 67.04 bhp, 23.59 kmpl, Diesel
1.2 G Rs 5.44 Lakh*
OTR Price
1197 cc, 78.9 bhp, 17.71 kmpl, Petrol
1.2 V Rs 5.67 Lakh*
OTR Price
1197 cc, 78.9 bhp, 17.71 kmpl, Petrol
1.2 V Dual Tone Rs 5.82 Lakh*
OTR Price
1197 cc, 78.9 bhp, 17.71 kmpl, Petrol
1.2 VX Rs 6.17 Lakh*
OTR Price
1197 cc, 78.9 bhp, 17.71 kmpl, Petrol
1.2 VX Dual Tone Rs 6.26 Lakh*
OTR Price
1197 cc, 78.9 bhp, 17.71 kmpl, Petrol

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User Reviews of Toyota Etios Liva

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Based on 57 review
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Toyota Etios Liva

Popular Reviews

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    Pardeep Jul 22, 2017

    I purchase etios liva in feb. 2017 . The pickup of this car is very low . More difficulty are there when we want to overtake any vehicle. 1197cc bas kahne ke liye h Read More

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    Rajkannan Jun 22, 2017

    I have booked this car after a detailed research. I was having swift, punto , i 10 grand in m y mind. i 10 grand was as good as Liva but in terms of pick up and fuel efficiency, I think LIVA is having an edge. The showroom people were good enough and were very helpful in explaining things and Read More

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    Gaurav Jun 22, 2017

    Hello All, I bought this car on 30th Dec 2013. I was very confused at time of buying this car. I also had Swift, Figo in my mind. I took feedback from people who already using Liva. Almost everyone advised me to buy this car. Initially i had some problem with engine noise so i took it to dealer and Read More

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Videos of Toyota Etios Liva

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Colors of Toyota Etios Liva

  • Celestial Black

  • Classic Grey

  • Harmony Beige

  • Silver Mica Metallic

  • Super White

  • Ultramarine Blue

  • Vermilion Red

Toyota Etios Liva Mileage

The claimed ARAI mileage of Toyota Etios Liva Diesel Variant is 23.59 kmpl and for Petrol Variant it is 17.71 kmpl

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Diesel 20.32 kmpl 23.59 kmpl
Petrol 15.1 kmpl 17.71 kmpl

Review of Toyota Etios Liva

Overview

 Toyota recently introduced the new facelifted Liva and the TRD Sportivo variant is the sportier variant of the Liva having a powerful petrol engine. Due to the popularity, the TRD Sportivo is now being added into the regular line-up instead of being a limited edition. From the designwise it is easy to spot this as the sportier one with all the design upgrades done. You get 15” Smoked alloys and the TRDAero Kit. From the front you notice the sporty bumper and then you see the side skirts plus rear spoiler which makes it much better looking than the standard Liva. We feel the smoked alloys look the best. Majorly it still is the Liva but just more aggressive. Inside it more sporty with the black dash and TRD Sportivo logos all over which remind you what you are driving all the times.You get  all the equipment that you need and want in form of two-din audio system, USB and all more features plus the sporty touches that we have earlier talked about. Just like the standard Liva it is very spacious and practical too.Now to the main talking point which is the engine and here there is the addition of the Etios sedan's bigger petrol engine. The petrol is the best in class 1.5-litre unit which is basically Toyota’s 2NR-FE unit but does without the VVTi technology to keep costs low. It not only puts out a very healthy 90PS of power, but at the same time, the car being as light means it’s power to weight ratio is better than the competition. The engine has good amounts of power and feels great to drive. The diesel version continues to have the 68 ps engine and feels good to drive with a more than average torque delivery. Fuel economy wise the despite more power this hot TRD Sportivo with petrol model will give 16.78 kmpl which is great. The diesel on the other hand will give a fantastic 23.59 kmpl. When it comes to ride despite the bigger wheels it just gives brilliant ride quality and just devours bumps with ease. Refinement is also pretty good though the diesel could be better. This TRD Sportivo has bigger wheels and its handling talents are quite neutral and cornering is flat. The 5-speed manual has a poistive if a bit heavy shift actions. The petrol version has dual SRS Airbags plus all versions have ABS.

The Liva TRD Sportivo petrol is priced at Rs 6.13 lakhs e-showroom. For a detailed analysis read below.

  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety

Interior

 Inside it more sporty with the black dash and TRD Sportivo logos all over which remind you what you are driving all the times.You get  all the equipment that you need and want in form of two-din audio system, USB and all more features plus the sporty touches that we have earlier talked about. Just like the standard Liva it is very spacious and practical too.

 

  • What we like

     Has more sporty bits and is also well equipped plus spacious

  • What we dislike

     Lacks style

Exterior

 Toyota recently introduced the new facelifted Liva and the TRD Sportivo variant is the sportier variant of the Liva having a powerful petrol engine. Due to the popularity, the TRD Sportivo is now being added into the regular line-up instead of being a limited edition. From the design wise it is easy to spot this as the sportier one with all the design upgrades done. You get 15” Smoked alloys and the TRDAero Kit. From the front you notice the sporty bumper and then you see the side skirts plus rear spoiler which makes it much better looking than the standard Liva. We feel the smoked alloys look the best. Majorly it still is the Liva but just more aggressive.

  • What we like

     Looks more sporty

  • What we dislike

     Basic design is still same

Mileage Running Cost

 Fuel economy wise the despite more power this hot TRD Sportivo with petrol model will give 16.78 kmpl which is great. The diesel on the other hand will give a fantastic 23.59 kmpl.

 

Comfort Suspension

 When it comes to ride despite the bigger wheels it just gives brilliant ride quality and just devours bumps with ease. Refinement is also pretty good though the diesel could be better.

  • What we like

     Has great ride quality

  • What we dislike

     Lacks refinement in diesel

Engine Performance

 Now to the main talking point which is the engine and here there is the addition of the Etios sedan's bigger petrol engine. The petrol is the best in class 1.5-litre unit which is basically Toyota’s 2NR-FE unit but does without the VVTi technology to keep costs low. It not only puts out a very healthy 90PS of power, but at the same time, the car being as light means it’s power to weight ratio is better than the competition. The engine has good amounts of power and feels great to drive. The diesel version continues to have the 68 ps engine and feels good to drive with a more than average torque delivery.

 

  • What we like

     Petrol now offers more power and is great to drive

  • What we dislike

     Diesel needs more power

Braking Safety

 This TRD Sportivo has bigger wheels and its handling talents are quite neutral and cornering is flat. The 5-speed manual has a poistive if a bit heavy shift actions. The petrol version has dual SRS Airbags plus all versions have ABS.

  • What we like

     Corners flat and good steering

  • What we dislike

     Not as fun as Swift

News of Toyota Etios Liva

Toyota Etios Liva Sportivo discontinued

Toyota Etios Liva Sportivo discontinued Toyota has pulled the plug on the Etios Liva Sportivo in India. The ‘Sportivo’, as the name suggests, was a dialed-up version of the regular Etios Liva hatch Read More

Posted On | Oct 08, 2015 | 456 Views
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