Toyota has recently launched the Corolla Altis facelift in India. The car is available with four petrol and two diesel variants with the engine options remaining the same as before. So, what else has changed? We will take you through the top four changes on the 2017 iteration of the sedan.
Revised variant line-up
Toyota has rejigged the variant line-up of the facelifted Corolla Altis. The base J trim is discontinued with the G trim becoming the entry-level variant. The petrol model is offered in three variants - G, GL and VL, which is available only as an automatic. On the other hand, the oil-burner comes only in the G and GL versions.
The carmaker has made some cosmetic tweaks to the vehicle making it look sleeker. The front and rear bumpers have been reworked in line with the brand's latest design language. A new phantom brown colour has been added to the palette, while the car now rides on new 16-inch alloy wheels.
The interior also gets some changes with a revised dashboard featuring new trim inserts, revised air-con vents and new controls for the same.
With the revamp in the Corolla Altis, the prices of the car have also gone up. The last recorded price for the predecessor was in the range of Rs 13.79 lakh to Rs 18.67 lakh. Whereas, now the portfolio ranges from Rs 15.88 lakh to Rs 19.92 lakh.