2014 Toyota Corolla Altis Bookings Open In India - Overdrive
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2014 Toyota Corolla Altis bookings open in India

31 Mar 2014 / 0

Toyota will be launching their 2014 Corolla Altis in India likely by the end of April. Toyota dealers are already started taking bookings with a Rs 50,000 down payment. The petrol will come in five trims — J, G, G CVT, GL and the top VL, while the diesel will be available in four — J, J(S), G and GL.

Features added to the new Corolla Altis include eight-way powered driver’s seat,  reclining rear seats, 7-inch touch screen infotainment system with navigation,  reverse camera with parking sensors, push button engine start/stop, rain sensing wipers, rear reading lamp and LED headlights. The interiors are covered in a dual tone theme and the car has leather seats. The new Corolla Altis will be available in seven colours.

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The petrol will come in five trims — J, G, G CVT, GL and the top VL, while the diesel will be available in four — J, J(S), G and GL

Toyota will offer the new Altis with both petrol and diesel engines that are available in the current-generation Altis in India. The petrol variant will be powered by the 1.8-litre dual VVT-i engine which makes 140PS and is mated to a choice of either 7-speed CVT gearbox with paddle shifters or a six-speed manual box. The diesel gets a 1.4-litre D-4D engine capable of generating 88PS with only a six-speed manual transmission on offer.

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Toyota will offer the new Altis with both petrol and diesel engines that are available in the current-generation Altis in India

 



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