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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

2013 Toyota Vios Malaysia Official Photos

2013 Toyota Vios Malaysia Official Photos


Paultan.org has just posted the official photos of the 2013 Toyota Vios! From the looks of it, the car does seem to be designed and catered for a younger crowd. The front end is restyled and looks aggressive, which is kind of similar to a Proton Preve. They are also in the same price segment. For new car buyers, would you buy the Proton Preve with its Punch powertrain CVT gearbox and Campro CFE turbocharged engine or the 2013 Toyota Vios with perhaps a less than stellar performance 1.5-Litre engine? Tough choice. 


The 2013 Toyota Vios has a redesigned centre console, which now looks more integrated. The meter clusters has also been changed. Instead of being placed in the middle like in the 2009 Toyota Vios, the 2013 Toyota Vios has a traditional position with a sporty looking meter reading.


With a rim change, the 2013 Toyota Vios would look great. I can just envision car enthusiasts tweaking it with a bolt on turbo kit, perhaps with cosmetic changes like a hood scoop, and flared fender arches. Slick! 


5 comments:

  1. wheel pcd size?

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    1. vios 2013 rim pcd might be same as old version.... 4x pcd100 :D

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  2. Wow, looks like its going to be an incredible vehicle. I would like to know if any can inform me the tyre prices for vehicles in Malaysia?

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  3. Indeed, the new Toyota Vios 2013 is very attractive! It even come with push start button and projector headlamps. The interior and exterior are redesign with better outlook and feel. I like it so much.

    From car story:
    CarreviewsnCare.com

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  4. Of course I will definitely choose Toyota than Preve. I think Toyota is more reliable, engine smooth, less annoying sound, fuel economy, stylish, sporty, value for money, Japanese technology and the most important I never forget Proton which makes all the vehicle prices in Malaysia increased like hell. Top 2 world wide most expensive vehicle to buy is in Malaysia. Congratulation!

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