Toyota launches Etios ‘Xclusive’ limited edition, starts at Rs. 7.82 lakh

Toyota New Etios Xclusive Edition
Toyota New Etios Xclusive Edition

In a bid to bring it back in the news and to inject some freshness to its entry level sedan ahead of upcoming festival season, Toyota Kirloskar motors has introduced the Etios Xclusive edition in India at Rs. 7.82 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) for the petrol version and Rs. 8.92 lakh for the diesel. The limited edition comes with minor exterior and interior changes while sticking to same mechanics of standard model.

Exterior changes include ‘Xclusive’ badges on fenders, chrome accent on adjustable outer rear view mirrors and window visors. The vehicle is available with three exclusive paint schemes– Symphony Silver, pearl white and blue metallic (new).

Add-ons to the cabin include a Smart link touch infotainment system with hand and air gestures, Smartphone enable navigation, six speakers, voice function, bluetooth connectivity, new beige brown seat fabrics along with wood grain finish on armrests and instrument panel. Alongside you also get some standard features of Etios like dual airbags, reverse parking sensors, huge boot space, elegant central console with ambient lighting, steering mounted controls.

The limited edition does not get any mechanical change as it draws power from 1.4l diesel unit developing [email protected] and 170Nm of max torque between 1800-2400rpm with 23.59KMPL of efficient mileage. The 1.5l petrol makes [email protected] and 132Nm torque between 1800-2400rpm, delivering 16.78kmpl mileage. Both the engines are paired to a 5-speed manual gearbox.

Speaking on the launch, Mr. N Raja, Director & Senior Vice President (Sales & Marketing), Toyota Kirloskar Motor Pvt. Ltd. said, “We are delighted to launch the all new Etios Xclusive. It is our endeavor to continuously upgrade our offering in line with the changing lifestyle preferences of our customers. We are also confident; the all new Etios Xclusive will further delight our customers with its enhanced technology and premiumness.”