Several days ago, Toyota has officially revealed the Toyota Avanza 2019 facelift in the Indonesian market.
In general, the new Avanza facelift comes with a fresh appearance which seems to be inspired by bigger vans like the Vellfire, Alphard and Voxy. The facelift features a split headlamp design with a thick single grill slat. Meanwhile, the bumper’s lower part gets a big center intake. Thanks to additional defined edges. The flanks look almost the same as the ongoing model.
Moving to the rear, the Toyota Avanza 2019 facelift comes adorned with Veloz-like L-shaped tail lamps which were specially designed for the Indo-spec models.
Toyota has officially revealed the Avanza 2019 facelift in the Indonesian market
The flanks look almost the same as the ongoing model
The Avanza 2019 facelift comes adorned with Veloz-like L-shaped tail lamps
Stepping inside, the interior gets just a few minor changes. The biggest change is an all-new center stack which includes a new touchscreen interface and comes with a glossier design. Additionally, the Avanza 2019 now receives blue dials, instead of an orange cover.
Under the hood, the Toyota Avanza 2019 facelift is powered by the same engine range like the previous model, consisting of a 1.3L and 1.5L engines. However, the 1.3L’s output is now slightly improved with 95 hp while the 1.5L is up one more horsepower at 102 hp. Transmission options still remain as in the current model, which contains a 4-speed automatic and a 5-speed manual gearbox.
Higher-level versions are pampered with advanced options such as a factory alarm, push start/stop and power folding mirrors.
The interior gets just a few minor changes
The biggest change is an all-new center stack
According to the latest car news, there hasn’t any revelation about the arrival of the revised version for the Toyota Avanza in the Philippines but it is expected to be launched in our shores in late 2019.
Photos of the updated Indonesian-market Avanza leaked online a few weeks ago:
Know more about Toyota Avanza 2023
The 2023 Toyota Avanza is a seven-seater MPV, which is now in its third-generation model. Locally, there are four trims for this MPV. These include the Avanza J 1.3 MT, the Avanza E 1.3 MT, Avanza E 1.3 CVT, and the Avanza G 1.5 CVT. Toyota Avanza 2023 Price Philippines starts at ₱833,000 for the entry-level J 1.3 MT, while the top-of-the-line Toyota Avanza G 1.5 CVT is priced at ₱1,059,000
Under the hood, the new Avanza either gets a 1.3-liter inline-4 gasoline, or a larger 1.5-liter inline-4 gasoline engine. At max, the 1.3-liter mill can make up to 97 horsepower and 122Nm of torque. Meanwhile, the 1.5-liter can produce up to 105 horsepower and 138 Nm of torque.
There are two transmissions available to the 2023 Toyota Avanza. Depending on the variant, it either gets a five-speed manual gearbox, or a continuously variable transmission with a gear lever manual mode. As of this new third-gen version, the Avanza is now a front-wheel-drive vehicle.
Size-wise, the new Avanza has a length of 4,395mm, and a width of 1,730mm. The Avanza G comes with the tallest height at 1,700mm. The E meanwhile comes next with its height of 1,690mm, while the J is the shortest at 1,665mm. All comes with a wheelbase length of 2,750mm.
Locally, the Avanza rivals the likes of the Suzuki Ertiga, Mitsubishi Xpander, Honda BR-V, among others.
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