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Toyota Etios Liva

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Rs. 5.24 Lakh
Discontinued Model since 4 Mar 2020

About Toyota Etios Liva

The Toyota Etios Liva has been given a facelift along with its larger sibling, the Platinum Etios, to help it look more premium in the face of increased competition. Toyota has even added eye-catching, dual-tone colours to make the Etios Liva look a tad sporty. Like the Platinum Etios, the Etios Liva has the advantage of offering more space on the inside than any of its hatchback rivals, a whole lot of safety features as standard, proven underpinnings and the backing of a reliable and affordable service network.

Toyota Etios Liva Overview

Toyota India has discontinued the Etios Liva hatchback in India and has removed the BS4 model from the company website. In the BS6 era which began on April 1, the Glanza will be Toyota’s entry-level model.

Production stopped in January and dealerships are clearing the BS4 stock before the April 24 deadline for BS4 sales.

Previously, Toyota had launched a new version of the Etios Liva for the Indian market, called the Eitos Liva Limited Edition. The new version is based on the top-of-the-line VX and VXD variants only. Prices for the VX start from Rs 6.5 lakh while the diesel variants’ prices start from Rs 7.65 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The Limited Edition features a black front grille with red accents and a black roof. The dual-tone Etios Liva Limited Edition is only available with the super white paint scheme. Inside, the red and black theme has been carried over. In terms of safety, the car gets ABS with EBD, dual front airbags and ISOFIX child seat mounts which are standard across the range. The Etios Liva is powered by a 1.2-litre 4-cylinder petrol engine making 80PS of max power and 104Nm of torque. There’s a 1.4-litre diesel engine too, which produces 68PS of max power and 190Nm of peak torque.

The Etios Liva competes with the likes of the Maruti Suzuki Swift, Hyundai Grand i10 and Ford Figo

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Questions & Answers on Etios Liva

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Q. When need to change the engine oil and coolant?
  • For this, we'd suggest you please visit the nearest authorized service as they would be able to assist you. Follow the link and select your city accordingly for details.
Q. My budget is 17 lakh and my height is 6’ 2’’, ground clearance should be there . Which 4 wheeler is suitable for me within that range?
  • There are ample options available i.e. Tata Harrier, Mahindra Scorpio, Hyundai Creta, Mahindra XUV500, MG Hector, etc. Choosing one will depend on several factors such as budget, fuel type, brand preference, seating capacity, specific feature requirements etc. Click on the given link and apply filters in order to check out [new cars@
Q. Which fuel type best to daily 100 km run?
  • As you drive a 100km daily, diesel fuel type would be most suitable for you. It will provide better mileage as well.
Q. Please explain the difference between Toyota Etios and Mahindra Verito?
Q. Is Etios live good choice compared to its other contendors in the Indian market?
  • Yes Drive smoothly within 100kms
  • Yes it is very good
Q. I like the Toyota Etios liva. but it is going to be discontinued from April 2020. So would it be a good idea to buy one now before 2020 budget?
  • You can go for it, even if it discontinues, you can get it's spare parts. It's a solid build car. My car etios Liva is nearly 9 years old and no problem with it. Gives good mileage around 16. it is the best car. Or if your mind is not willing to buy as it is going to be discontinued then you can go for the Ford Freestyle 1.5 Diesel which is very good
  • Liva is a no non sense, solid built car , and Toyota will provide spares and service for the entirety of the life of the vehicle (15yrs ) .... So if you like it , then go for it!
  • Liva not available anymore in Kerala..☹️

Toyota Etios Liva User Reviews

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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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