Basically no automatic for diesel, Low on power, could have been better on bhp and torque. No esp for diesel very bad at high speeds. Problem with brake pads needs to change every...
Toyota Corolla Altis
|Price|| 16.45 Lakhs onwards|
|Mileage|| 16.7 to 21.3 kmpl|
|Engine|| 1364 to 1798 cc|
|Transmission|| Manual and Automatic (CVT)|
|FuelType|| Petrol and Diesel|
|Seating Capacity|| 5|Variants Avg. Ex-Showroom price 1798 cc, Petrol, Manual, 16.7 kmpl ₹ 16.45 Lakhs 1364 cc, Diesel, Manual, 21.3 kmpl ₹ 17.71 Lakhs 1798 cc, Petrol, Automatic (CVT), 16.7 kmpl ₹ 18.06 Lakhs 1798 cc, Petrol, Manual, 16.7 kmpl ₹ 18.82 Lakhs 1364 cc, Diesel, Manual, 21.3 kmpl ₹ 19.36 Lakhs 1798 cc, Petrol, Automatic (CVT), 16.7 kmpl ₹ 20.19 Lakhs
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- Spacious cabin
- Strong reliability
- Silent engines and good cabin insulation
Could be Better
- Feels old as compared to newer competition
- Underpowered diesel engine
- Expensive for what you get
Corolla Altis Verdict
What we liked about the Toyota Corolla Altis is its ability to commute around the city with ease. Better still, it makes for an apt choice if you are the kind who gets chauffeured around. Then there’s also the bullet-proof reliability of Toyota products that come into play.
Corolla Altis Review
The Toyota Corolla Altis has always been a strong player in the D-segment. Changes in the facelift model is limited to cosmetic and feature upgrades, while mechanically it continues to be powered by existing engine options.
In terms of fresh upgrades, the front facia now sports chrome embellished new upper grille and a wider radiator grille that is integrated onto the bumper. The vehicle gets new LED headlamps with daytime running lamps and new LED cluster tail lamps. The sides appear to be fairly the same as the current generation but you are in for a new set of alloys and tail lamps.
The interior of the new Toyota Corolla Altis have been fairly retained from the earlier car but gets revised upholstery, new HVAC controls and circular shaped HVAC vents. Toyota has also worked upon the quality and finish to be better than its predecessors. The instrument cluster gets a 4.2-inch MID display with updated software and also gets new Touch 2 system with navigation as standard. The rear seats recline making it the only car in its segment to offer the feature.
The 2017 Toyota Corolla continues to be powered by a 1.8-litre petrol engine that generates 138bhp of power, while the diesel version comes with a 1.4-litre engine that generates 87bhp. The new model is expected to offer slightly better fuel efficiency figures than the current generation model. The new Corolla Altis will be offered in six-speed manual and seven-speed automatic transmission options.
The Toyota Corolla Altis competes against the Hyundai Elantra, the Chevrolet Cruze, the Skoda Octavia and the Volkswagen Jetta. While the Elantra comes at a better price and more features, the German rivals have much more power and technology running in them than the Toyota’s age-old mechanicals.
Toyota Corolla Altis Colours
Corolla Altis is available/sold in the following colours in India.
|Automatic (CVT)||16.7 kmpl|
Toyota Corolla Altis in News
A few Toyota dealers are offering large discounts across the product range for the month of October 2019.
A few Toyota dealers are offering discounts of up to Rs 1.70 lakhs in September 2019
The GA-B platform will be used for vehicles smaller than those based on the existing GA-C platform, which includes Corolla, C-HR and the Prius.