Toyota is contemplating increasing the exports for its Etios range. The mediocre demand for the range in the Indian market and the subsequent under-utilisation of the factory capacity has triggered this move.
The updated Toyota Etios Liva has arrived at a fairly appropriate time for its Japanese carmaker. Sales of mid-size hatchbacks are booming owing to the current festive spirit as well as the long-running change in buying trends – buyers are now opting for large hatchbacks more than ever.
Toyota has come up with a campaign to offer special benefits on the Etios cars to central and state government employees. Even working defense personnel as well as retired ones can take advantage of this scheme till the end of this year.
The Toyota Etios Liva has gone under the knife for a mid-cycle update. This facelifted model was first introduced for the Brasilian market and has been recently launched for the Indian market as well. The Indian-model is slightly different, but the carmaker has brought in the much-needed changes. This picture gallery will give you an idea of all these important changes.