Toyota Etios Liva Expert Reviews

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2013 Toyota Etios and Liva : First Drive

2013 Toyota Etios and Liva : First Drive

Mar 22, 2013
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2011 Maruti Suzuki Swift DDis vs Toyota Etios Liva Diesel : Comparison

2011 Maruti Suzuki Swift DDis vs Toyota Etios Liva Diesel : Comparison

Nov 2, 2011
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Toyota Etios and Liva diesels : Road Test

Toyota Etios and Liva diesels : Road Test

Sep 8, 2011
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Competition Check: Toyota Etios Liva Diesel

Competition Check: Toyota Etios Liva Diesel

Sep 6, 2011
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Toyota Etios Liva User Reviews

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  • Comfort (31)
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  • 4.3
    45k kilometres

    this has been one of the most reliable and comfortable hatchback I have drove in my family. It has never let us down , no matter what. maintenance is next to nil. the only drawback has been it's mileage. Had I baught a diesel motor I would have never parted or thaught of parting by this beauty. I am thinking of letting this go after it has been with the family for 4 years and 45k kilometres. it still looks the same as brand new. The colours are well and truly intact as it was when I baught it 4 years back.

  • Best Car

    After seven years of driving a Toyota Etios Liva and covering around 57,000 kilometers, I've had to replace both shock absorbers, the steering wheel joint, and the front wheel bearing. In contrast, my previous ownership of a Maruti Alto was more reliable when it came to these parts. I've also encountered another owner with similar complaints about the Etios Liva. Based on my personal experience, I would caution against buying a Toyota Liva and suggest considering other brands, which could potentially save you a significant amount on costly replacement parts.

  • 3.7
    Love toyota

    My Toyota Etios Liva performance, mileage comfortable, everything is good I love my Toyota Etios Liva if Toyota will not stop making Etios my plan was to buy 2 Etios Cross and Liva with digital instruments cluster, leather seats, Automatic gear box, split seats etc, like one in Brazil Toyota I love Toyota in future I will buy a Toyota Landcruiser first generation Prado type ll

  • 4.0
    Light weight

    Styling of this car is really well done. Performance is good, because of the light weight. 170 Nm of torque(diesel) it feels peppy. Very spacious, can sit 3 people easily at the back seat. Downsides are very less features and alot of hard plastics and cost cutting materials in cabin. Cabin insulation is average and Engine note is lovely.

  • 3.7
    Door material

    First gear and second gear pickup could be improved. Probably something like SOHC configuration which helps lower end torque. Upper body and bonnet and door material(finishing) is very ordinary because outside noise is noticeable including engine noise. Distance to empty is must to have feature in petrol cars at least. Safety is at its best along with seating arrangements. Interiors looks above average. Servicing in Toyota is no doubt much better than any other brand. Headlight is single beam but does its job in city area (on highway one will need fog lamps or HIDs). Cars sound in cabin is considerably higher than other petrol cars in India.

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