Toyota Corolla Altis Lauched! Details! Prices!

As said, on 5th September, Toyota had launched its 10 generation Corolla Altis. The new Toyota Corolla Altis hopes to give a good competition to the segment leader Honda Civic! By launching the Corolla Altis, Toyota makes its first step of gaining atleast 10% market share by 2015. The launch of the Toyota Corolla Altis took place at the Noida Expo Ground and it is available in the showrooms now.

The Toyota Corolla Altis comes with a 1.8L, 4 cylinder gasoline engine which produces 132bhp @ 6000rpm and torque of 170Nm @ 4200 rpm.. The new Corolla comes with MacPherson Strut suspension in the front and Torsion Beam at the rear. The front is equipped with ventilated Disc brakes and solid disc at the rear along with 15″ Tubeless tyres. The Corolla comes in standard 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmission.

The Corolla comes in 3 variants – 1.8G (manual), 1.8GL (manual) and 1.8VL (automatic). The new Corolla comes in 5 colours – Silver Mica Metallic, Light Blue Metallic, Dark Red Mica Metallic,Champagne Mica Metallic and White Pearl Mica.

Priced between Rs 10.83 Lakhs and Rs. 12.86 Lakhs (Ex-Showroom Delhi), the Corolla Altis competes with the recently launched Volkswagen Jetta and segment leader Honda Civic.

The top-end version comes with world class features like HID Lamps, 8-way power adjustable driver seats with electric lumber support, Auto Dimming inside rear veiw mirror, headlamp washers and cruise control. Along with these features the car is said to have 22 storage areas for comfort and convenience.

Variant Prices

1.8 VL (automatic) Rs. 1,286,000
1.8 GL (manual) Rs. 1,209,000
1.8 G (manual) Rs. 1,083,000

The corolla is priced very well. The new Corolla is bigger and wider than the previous generation, which increases the legroom and headroom in the interior. The comfort in further increased by creating a flat rear. The car comes with audio controls in the steering wheel too.

For safety, the new Corolla is equipped with ABS and dual airbags in front for the driver and co-driver. An advanced seat called WIL concept seat protects your body from extra strain and impact.

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