Value for Money
Exterior The exterior is a debatable factor nonetheless it looks better than the previous car.
Interior (Features, Space & Comfort) Has good features such as auto headlamps with auto leveling, start-stop button, keyless go, 7 airbags(driver knee), ESP, ABS, Hill start Assist, Traction Control, three driving modes, LED headlamps, touch screen, reverse parking camera with sensors and soft closing boot.
Engine Performance, Fuel Economy and Gearbox The engine is a good 2.8 litre oil burner mill that produces 174 ps, it is a little vocal sometimes, previous car felt like it ran out of breath at 140, this time though the car can do 185kmph. As per my car I am currently getting 12.5 kmpl.
Ride Quality & Handling Good Handling, the steering does feel heavy at slow speeds but as you increase the speed it feels comfortable, the ride is pleasant and it eats through potholes. The brakes bite properly and they are spot on.
Final Words It is a good proposition overall and a bang for your hard earned buck, Toyota reliabl plays an important role with good resale. Yes, it is a little costly but worth it.
Areas of improvement As usual Toyota has cut corners with some features like No rain sening wipers, no auto dimming mirror and absence of LED brake lamps.
I WOULD LILE TO MENTION THAT ANYONE LOOKING FOR A LUXURY MPV SHOULD CHECK IT OUT THEMSELVES AS THERE A LOT POINTLESS REVIEWS OUT THERE... CHECK IT OUT PERSONALLY!Superb ride quality, excellent Durability. The interiors are superb, good featuresNo rain sensing wipers, auto dimming mirror, no LED break lamps