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  • Q. How is the performance and maintenance cost - Platinum Etios?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    What's particularly impressive about the Platinum Etios is the improvement in NVH levels. The thick insulation under the bonnet keeps the noise at bay. The motor is as tractable as ever, and has a tremendous amount of shove low down the rev range. Output remains unchanged at 68PS and 170Nm, which seems just about adequate for the saloon. Toyota has been marked with the best after sales service network & their products are by Toyota dependable quality, service network and affordable parts. The Toyota Etios makes sense for those who prefer space and practicality over everything else. The 1.5-litre petrol is smooth and the 1.4-litre diesel is dependable. As experts we have no doubts about the Etios being a comfortable family road-tripper & it definitely knows how to keep the wallet happy.

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  • Q. I want to buy a Platinum Etios VXD model, will it be a good decision. Will the brand continue to manufacture this model or discontinue any time soon
    Yoga
    Yoga | 9 months ago

    Platinum Etios is a very good car, famous re-sale value car, and good quality car.

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  • Q. Is 67bhp and 170 nm torque enough for Platinum Etios? It is not having much power than its compatitors, does it feels powerful?
    Premnath
    Premnath | 5 months ago

    Its felt to be under powered with full complement of passengers and luggage with AC. But you can always drive in low gears and tap the engine power around 2000 rpm then it will be ok. You need to understand the vehicle and its engine characteristics to have a satisfactory drive, In short you need to be patient and then you can get good results without much of engine noise.

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  • Q. Is the Toyota Etios Platinum (petrol) an under powered car?
    NISHANTH
    NISHANTH | 8 months ago

    No way. Its 90 horsepower engine has loads and loads of torque ( 130 Nm ) which even makes overtaking a brezze in 4th gear. Ive even climbed up the Nilgiris hills in 4th.

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  • Q. How's your experience with this car - Platinum Etios?
    Prabhas
    Prabhas | 1 month ago

    Till now after driving it for 3k its more than good I would say in terms of experience

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  • Q. I want to buy Etios, please tell me pros n corns.
    Premnath
    Premnath | 5 months ago

    Low maintenance.Great riding comfort of sedanRugged built as suspension and steering assembly can take a little bit of offroading yet remain undisturbed.Tyre wear is nominal.Slightly underpowered when AC is on.Very reliable and sturdy engine for gruelling hill drives. Advice: Upto 10,000 Kms engine heat will be there so after a drive or if time permits in long drives allow good to be opened for rapid cooling of engine block. This helps in proper annealing of engine parts thereby allowing for proper setting which will result in higher mileage than what company states as 16.70 km/lit if petrol. Mileage in long drive including mild hilly terrain with engine at not more than 2000 rpm using Indian oil "Xtrapremium" or HP "Speed" was 19 km to the litre. Air filter should be regularly checked and replaced for good results and performance. Good roomy vehicle. Comfortably seats three at the rear.

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  • Q. Is Etios VD diesel worth the price?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 6 months ago

    While the updates do make the Etios a more compelling package, the biggest talking point this time around is safety. Dual airbags and anti-lock brakes are now standard across the Etios range, which is a welcome move. It also gets ISOFIX mounts on the rear bench for the child seat. Toyota has gone a step ahead and reinforced the chassis; so it will fare better in a crash too as it scored a four-star rating in a crash test conducted by the Global NCAP. Yes, there's a lot missing on the feature list when you compare it to, say, an equivalently priced compact sedan. But, in exchange, you get a full-sized saloon that can accommodate five and their luggage, an efficient motor, and the backing of Toyota's fabled reliability. The selection here completely depends on one's choice and preference, do take the test drive of the car in order to clear all your doubts.

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  • Q. It is said that in humps the body touches, is it true in Platinum Etios and why?
    Andrew
    Andrew | 2 weeks ago

    Ground clearance is low, so it may hit the belly sometimes,but that is not too low, it is as usual to this class of sedans like Ciaz & Verna.. Not so low

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  • Q. I used to travel 4000 km per month. I need a sedan having good engine warranty and low maintainence. I shortlisted Toyota Etios and Honda Amaze. Which one can I buy. At present I am having Toyota Etios Liva diesel which is hazzle free with over 3lac km and still it's good. I am going to upgrade. Kindly suggest.
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 4 months ago

    Talking about the maintenance, the estimated maintenance cost for Honda Amaze diesel for 3 years is of Rs. 31,153 whereas, estimated service cost of the Toyota Platinum Etios for 6 years is Rs. 18,196. Clearly, in terms of maintenance, Etios is a better pick. Moreover, Honda Amaze is available with a 1498 cc i-DTEC diesel engine which churns out 98.6bhp@3600rpm and 200Nm of peak torque with the fuel efficiency of 27.4 km/l. Platinum Etios, on the other hand, has a 1364 cc D-4D Diesel engine which generates 67.05bhp@3800rpm and 170Nm of peak torque with the fuel efficiency of 23.59 km/l.​If you want a car with good power and good mileage, Honda Amaze is a better option for you. However, if you require a low maintenance car with decent performance then you can opt for Toyota Platinum Etios.For further comparison, click on the below link: https://www.zigwheels.com/compare-cars/honda-amaze-vs-toyota-etios

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  • Q. How is it performed in village roads - Platinum Etios?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 10 months ago

    With the ride height of 170 mm it will get the job done in all type of road conditions. Moreover, Toyota has updated the Etios sedan and it's now christened, ‘Platinum Etios’. Toyota has given plenty of cosmetic changes to the Etios, but it is the front fascia that has changed the most. Mechanically, the Platinum Etios has remained unaltered and is powered by a 1.4-litre diesel (68PS, 170Nm) and a 1.5-litre petrol (90PS, 132Nm), with both engines mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. However, with retuned suspension setup, the updated Etios comes with improved ride and handling over the previous model. Do take a test drive in order to clear all your doubts.

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