The new Toyota Vios sedan which is already a huge in South East Asia is expected to launch in India by mid-2018. The sedan is likely to challenge the likes of Hyundai Verna and Honda City. The sedan had facelift done to both of its exterior and interior design. The exterior design is inspired by the all-new Camry Hybrid and now boasts projector headlamps, integrated LED lights, and new front grille.

The interior is also changed compared to its earlier iteration. It will continue to receive a 7 inch touchscreen audio system, keyless entry, automatic climate control and have different interior themes depending on the variants. The car is also well equipped in terms of safety features with dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, brake assist and collision safety body. It also gets Vehicle stability control with traction controls.

Toyota Vios is expected to launch in both automatic and manual transmissions in India with a price ranging from INR 7.5 to 10 lakhs. The mid-sized, five seater sedan will instantly appeal to Indian buyers due to its sophistication and contemporary stance with a host of interior advancements and exterior highlights.

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