First showcased at the 2014 Auto Expo, the Etios Cross is an important product from Toyota. In other words, the Etios Cross is a toughened up Liva, and what you get here, is muscular looks with all the advantages of a hatch.
The Etios Cross features a grille guard, side and rear cladding, roof rails, new front grille, roof spoiler, fog lamps with integrated turn indicators and ORVM with Turn Indicators. Also found is a diamond cut 15 inch alloys.
The dimensions of the Etios Cross include length of 3895 mm, width of 1735 mm and height of 1555 mm. In comparison to the Liva hatch the Etios Cross is 120 mm longer, 40 mm wider and 45 mm taller.
The cladding adds presence and makes the Etios Cross look rugged. The Etios Cross has eight colours and a new inferno orange one.
The interior looks similar to the Liva. The piano black interiors look sporty and make the cabin much more interesting and sporty from the Etios Liva.
The Etios Cross has new seat fabric with a white stitch and logo. The Cross has a roomy cabin with ample legroom.
The Etios Cross has 2 DIN Audio with Bluetooth, USB, AUX-in & Remote, audio control on leather wrapped steering wheel, cooled glovebox, rear defogger with wiper, and tilt steering. In safety department the Etios Cross has dual front airbags, and ABS with EBD.
The Etios Cross is available in three engine options and two trim levels. The Etios Cross petrol engines in two variants and one diesel engine. The 1.2 L variant has a four cylinder, DOHC engine with a maximum power of 79 bhp @ 5600 rpm and a torque output of 104 Nm. The 1.5 L DOHC engine which is a 4-cylinder unit is available on the top variant. This engine pumps out a power output of 89 bhp @ 5600 rpm while its maximum torque output is 132 Nm. The only diesel engine available in this car is a 1.4 L turbocharged, 4-cylinder engine which has a power of 68 bhp @ 3800 rpm and torque output of 170 Nm. All these engines are mated to a five speed manual gearbox supplying power to its front wheels only. Mileage for this engine is 16.78 kmpl for the 1.2 L and 17.71 kmpl for the 1.5 petrol. The diesel has an efficiency of 23.59 kmpl.
The Etios Cross has four variants with the diesel and petrol offered in two trim levels.
Toyota has launched the Etios Cross and it starts from Rs 5.76 lakhs which is a price increase of Rs 80,000 over the Liva hatch. With the beefed up looks the Etios Cross is definitely more popular than the Liva.
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