Toyota launches refreshed versions of Etios, Etios Liva

Tags: Toyota, Cars
Toyota Kirloskar Motor today launched refreshed versions of its sedan Etios and hatchback Etios Liva, priced between Rs 4.53 lakh and Rs 8.30 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

The company introduced new grades, VD and VD (Safety Package) as top of the line variants in Etios Liva Diesel, Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) said in a statement.

"This is to cater to the premium diesel customers," it added.

The new versions will now sport features like dual front airbags, tachometer, rear defogger and wiper among others.

"We constantly work towards adding exciting and new features to our product line up with the aim of providing product excitement," TKM Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing, N Raja said.

The company has also brought in interior changes in G and GD grades in Etios and Etios Liva.

The petrol version of Etios sedan is priced between Rs 5.53 lakh and Rs 7.23 lakh while the diesel version carries a retail price tag in the range of Rs 6.82 lakh and Rs 8.30 lakh.

Etios Liva is priced between Rs 4.53 lakh and Rs 6.23 lakh for the petrol version, while the diesel versions are priced from Rs 5.92 lakh to Rs 7.12 lakh (all prices ex-showroom Delhi).

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