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User review on Toyota Platinum Etios written by Ratan on 02 September 2014

Year of Manufacture : 2011 | Driven no. of Kms. : NA

  • Overall
    Overall rating: 5.00
  • Exterior
    Overall rating: 5
  • Suspension
    Overall rating: 5
  • Comfort
    Overall rating: 5
  • Safety
    Overall rating: 5
  • Pros: Higher ground clearance and Engine capacity .
  • Cons: Interior color scheme
Toyota Etios incorporates a tyre size of 175 / 65 R 14 in Toyota Etios G and J whereas tyre size is 185 / 60 R15 just in case of V and VX version. 2550 millimeter of distance assures grip on the drive. The massive tyres keep company with higher ground clearance that's a 170 mm. The Toyota Etios Diesel venereal disease and Toyota Etios Diesel VXD have a tyre size of 185/60 R 15.The Toyota Etios saloon is obtainable in Bharat with totally different variants. The sedan is battery-powered by a 2 NR-FE, four Cylinder 16V, DOHC fuel engine and 1364 cc, 68 PS diesel. The 1.5 L fuel engine is made to force out 90 PS of most power at 5600 revolutions per minute and peak torsion of 132 Nm at 3000 revolutions per minute. The engine is supplied with twin shaft and 4 valves per cylinder that ensures enlarged power and torsion with higher fuel potency . Here it's to be mentioned that the corporate has done enough home work to create the engine is powerful and fuel economical that is nice enough to provide a tough time to its rivals. For identical, the engine has been upgraded with latest technologies that guarantee less power loss. The engine in Toyota Etios is jam-choked with customary pistons which could keep company with metallic element coating. It's conjointly blessed Electronic fuel injection system system. The Toyota Etios diesel on the opposite hand is supplied with 4-cylinder, 8 V, SOHC engine that produces a 68 postscript power at 3800 rpm. The engine is in a position to provide 170 Nm of peak torsion at 1800-2400 revolutions per minute.

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