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Rs. 15.00 lakh
Discontinued Model since 3 Apr 2020

About Toyota Corolla Altis

The Toyota Corolla is one of the most popular cars in the world, and in India, the story is no different. When the second gen Altis was launched in India, it caused quite a stir in the market and reclaimed the coveted status that had been slipping from its grasp. The facelift was launched just last year and the Corolla Altis is currently priced between Rs 15.7 and Rs 19.64 lakh, ex-showroom Delhi.

Toyota Corolla Altis Overview

The era of BS6 emission norms began on April 1, 2020. In response, Toyota has removed the BS4-only Corolla Altis sedan from its India website.

Previously, sources close to Toyota had confirmed that the next-generation Corolla will be launched in 2020. We had expected the Japanese manufacturer to showcase the sedan at the 2020 Auto Expo and launch it soon after. However, the carmaker has pulled the plug on the Corolla Altis, and by extension, any updates in the near future.

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Corolla Altis

Q. Is it worth to go for Corolla Altis or Civic diesel?
  • When you talk about "worth"...the ALTIS takes the cake any day....here are my reasons…PRICE (or capital expenditure) is lesser on the Altis than Civic MAINTENANCE (or operational expenditure) can be broken down into 2 parts COST OF SERVICING - this is a no brainer…buying a honda is like raising an elephant.…very high cost of servicing and parts on honda as compared to toyota. Not to mention a much higher rate of failure of parts. overall attitude of service centers, typically governed by company policies, is to extract much money from buyers to mitigate their failure. as opposed to toyota altis, hardly has any failure of parts (at least until 100k kilometeres) service is brilliantCOST OF RUNNING - ends up becoming much lesser for Corolla since a diesel engines will typically have higher maintenance compared to a petrol. so ultimately higher maintenance at higher price vs lower maintenance at lower price. even though price of fuel may look like it evens things out, but you can do a simple distribution of rate of inflation of fuel rates vs. overall OpEx over 5 yrs (typical)Resale value of Hondas are much lesser than that of corolla…worldwide…period.
  • I have not drived new civic, i have corolla altis. I can share my experience about altis , corolla altis is very reliable car, Toyota's service is also very reliable, rear seats are very comfortable , i have petrol automatic version which is very comfortable to drive, also it has excellent mileage it gives 14 to 15 km/lit . But if u drive properly with constant speed it gives mileage upto 20 km/ liter, looking at Toyota s reliability i will prefer corolla altis
  • If you are looking for performance and trust with low maintenance cost in the segment go for corolla altis
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Q. Does any variant offers sunroof - Corolla Altis?
  • No this feature not available with Corolla Altis. Please Note sunroof or moon roof feature is Good for european countries not for sub continent roads. More over .None of the Toyota vehicle have this feature .
  • No, Toyota Corolla Altis isn't equipped with Sun-Roof.
  • Top of the range offers sunroof and cruise control.
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Q. What is the difference between Toyota Corolla Altis 1.8 G CVT and 1.8 VL CVT
  • There are four variants in Corolla altis G , G - CVT and GL and VL (CVT). The VL CVT is the top end variant with CVT transmission . To understand both you should know the features in GL also . The features available with G CVT are in addition to the Features in G variant which are keyless entry with jack knife key, leather wrapped steering wheel, 6 speakers, Tilt & Telescopic adjustable steering, reverse camera with sensors with display in audio screen.Illuminated entry, Cup holders, Electrically operated mirrors , power windows, jam protection , 12 v power sockets about 3 nos, Rear seat recline 60/40 the special of Altis and Auto air conditioneretc. However The GL variant is offered in manual variant it offers a good pic of safety features like Hill start assist, Super amazing VSC vehicle stability control , Bi beam LED head lamp, Auto leveling head lamps, smart entry key, auto folding mirrors , Rain sending vipors, navigation in audio system, leather seats, power adjustable driver seat which is a good feature in this. It is also offered in 16" alloy wheels. The best part of GL version .Now coming to VL- CVT features it offers all the features in 1.8 GL version + additionally comes with features of 7 speed super smooth CVT, Paddle shifts , Cruize control and sport drive more and Eco drive indicator. Many auto pundits Suggest And rate G-CVT,GL and VL CVT as choice to select as per budget .The best pic is 1.8 GL.. Hope the question is answered
  • 1.8G CVT is better than 1.8VL CVT
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Q. Does Toyota Corolla Altis have pre collision feature?
  • No, India Spec. Toyota Corolla Altis isn't equipped with Pre-Collision Assist feature.
Q. What is the launch date of Toyota Corolla Altis?
  • As per the latest update, Toyota will launch the new twelfth generation Corolla in India in 2020. However, there is no official announcement from the brand's side on its launch date so we would suggest you wait for the next update. Stay tuned
Q. I want to buy this car but the problem is Toyota Corolla Altis is going to be stopped from 2020. What will be the availability of spares? Is it really worth buying this car knowingly?
  • Yes, Toyota is best in service.It will furnish you with the spare parts.I have a Corolla Altis 2010 and a 2019 one.I get services for both of them
  • Yes it’s a amazing car with good mileage and feature and design and speed
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Toyota Corolla Altis User Reviews

4.5 /5
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  • 5.0

    Have been using the petrol version for last 6 months. It"s a great feeling. The quality of ride is very good. Great suspensions for city ride. Very less cabin noise. Good infotainment system. Spacious and very comfortable for long drives. An average of 18kmpl in long drives and 12 kmpl in city.

  • 4.7

    My 2009 Altis is a car that was build with quality in Mind, the doors and leather used in general is top notch .....there are no issues at all. All the electronics work fine. Even the headlamp washers are still in action. beautiful car overall.

  • 4.7

    Amazing car, cost of owning one is negligible. Very reliable and long lasting machine, owning that Toyota has been a lovely experience all through out.

  • 5.0

    It is best, very reliable , low maintenance, very comfortable, Toyota's service is also very good. After all it's world's largest selling car.

  • 4.7

    A very well equipped car and fantastic. All controls are equipped. Can't switch over to another car as driving this car is very smooth.

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  • 3.7

    Excillent car on road safety also good

  • 5.0

    Excellent drive,perfomance,comfort,style,pick

  • 4.7

    I'm happy with my car.

  • 4.7

    Value for money and safety of family

  • 4.7

    A very well equipped car and fantastic. All controls are equipped. Can't switch over to another car as driving this car is very smooth.

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