Toyota Avanza is a MPV (multi-purpose vehicle), which has been produced in Indonesia since 2003. If its name sounds more Spanish than Japanese, it’s because Avanza means “move”. In addition to the Indonesian market, Avanza is also sold to the Philippines, Southeast Asia, South Africa, Mexico, Pakistan, Nepal, Cambodia, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, the Middle East, the Caribbean, Egypt and even other African countries.
Avanza was officially launched in the Philippines in 2012 and was upgraded in October 2019. It comes in three models: e, J, G and Veloz. We will learn more about the four models of Toyota MPV and find out the most suitable model for you.
All Avanza sport McPherson strut with stabilizer front suspension, four link lateral control rod rear suspension, ventilated front disc brakes and leading trailing drum rear brakes. It is also equipped with fin antenna, rear reflector and bulb type rear combination lamp.
G. E and j models are 4190mm in length, 1660mm in width and 1695mm in height. Veloz is just a little longer, 4200 mm long, but it’s the same width and height. The wheelbase is the same in all models, 2655mm.
Speedometer, tachometer, digital odometer and trip meter are also standard on all models, as well as intermittent windshield wiper, eco indicator, digital clock, driver + front passenger seat belt with light and buzzer warning, door ajar warning, manual digital and dual climate control, tilt adjustable steering column with power steering, accessory socket, glove box, room light , courtesy lights, sliding and tilting driver’s and front passenger’s seats, and 50:50 split one touch rollover and sliding second row seats.
Standard safety features include side door crash beams, driver and passenger airbags, anti-lock braking system with electronic brake force distribution, two three-point front ELR (emergency locking retractor) belts with pretensioners and force limiters, three three-point second row ELR belts, two three-point third row ELR belts, child lock protection (rear door only) and child restraint system Unification.
Toyota Avanza 1.3j MT (manual transmission) is your choice. If you want a simple MPV, it will take you from point a to point B efficiently. It’s Avanza’s only five-seater interior.
It uses a 1.3L 1nr-ve four-cylinder gasoline engine with dual VVT-i (intelligent variable valve timing), which sends 95hp and 121nm torque to the 5-speed Mt. It is mounted on a 14-inch steel wheel with 185 / 70r14 tires.
The headlights are halogen lamps with integrated turn signal lamps, the grille is decorated with black silver paint, and the rear door is decorated with silver paint. The internal 2-din CD / MP3 system, with aux in and USB interface, can be paired with a mobile device to achieve hands-free use. There are two loudspeakers in the cabin.
It is equipped with a three spoke polyurethane steering wheel, polyurethane shift lever and knob, driver and passenger sun visors, regular rear view mirrors, fabric seats with PVC Trim and 15 bottle holders.
What’s more, Toyota Avanza 1.3j MT sells for P743000. The last level is 1.3emt and four speed automatic transmission. This is a seven-seat car, which means it has a third row of seats.
In addition to the exterior features of the j, it is equipped with 14-inch alloy wheels (but the same tire size as the j model), LED (light emitting diode) headlamps, rear wiper and rear window defogger.