Economy Toyota Corolla Altis 4 seats

Thursday, 20 August 2015 07:41

Economy Toyota Corolla Altis 4 seats

Let's get the elephant out of the room first. The Toyota Corolla Altis isn't a car you dream about having. It's the sort of car you buy with your head and not your heart. While that may sound as bland and boring as drinking a non-alcoholic beer, the Altis aces in more ways than one in real world driving.

Now in its 11th generation, Toyota has sold some 40 million units since it became the best-selling car three decades back. While it has undergone a series of design changes for the past 10 generations, it's only with this latest iteration that Toyota can proudly claim it to be a barking revolution rather than evolution.

Exterior

Taking cues from the Toyota Furia Concept, it's clear that Toyota is starting to push the envelope. The new Altis is easily the sleekest of the lot, with a swept back windshield, sporty chrome strips, redesigned bumper and new headlamps, giving it a Continental flavour that sets it apart from rivals such as the Honda Civic, the Nissan Sylphy and the Volkswagen Jetta.

Economy, 4 seats

Nissan Grand Livina/Toyota

59$(USD)/ 8 hours basic
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SUVs,PMVs Toyota,Kia Sorento 7 seats

Toyota Innova or Similar

59$(USD)/ 8 hours basic
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Limousine Mer Sprinter/Ford Transits

Mercedes Sprinter

69$(USD)/ 8 hours basic
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