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LAUNCHED IN INDIA: 2016 TOYOTA PLATINUM ETIOS & ETIOS LIVA

Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) has launched the New Platinum Etios and New Etios Liva in the Indian market. With this launch, Toyota becomes the first in the industry to standardize Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) across all Toyota models & in all grade. Both cars also come with new dual ISOFIX child seat locks for all models & all grades.

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Both new Etios siblings feature heavy cosmetic upgrades like all new front and rear bumper, all new front grille, new fog lamp bezel, new alloys (For Liva), new rear chrome garnish with reflectors (For Etios).  On the inside, the models come equipped with all new foldable rear arm rest with best-in-class cabin space (For Etios), new dual tone Instrument panel, new seat fabric, new Optitron combimeter and foldable rear seats. Apart from the cosmetic changes, the mechanicals remain the same.

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Along with refreshing new features and enhanced appeal, the all new Etios and Liva become the first in the industry to standardize Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) across all Toyota models & in all grades.  New ISOFIX child seat locks for all models & all grades has been added to ensure safety of children.

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In India, the Platinum Etios is priced between INR 6,43,000 – INR 7,83,000 for the petrol variants and INR 7,56,000- INR 8,96,000 for the diesel variants. Similarly, the new Liva comes with a price tag of INR 5,24,000 -INR 6,28,000 for the petrol variants and INR 6,61,000- INR 7,44,000 for the diesel variants.

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