The next-generation Toyota Avanza will be powered by two new engines: a 1.3-liter inline-four with Dual VVT-i and a 1.5-liter one with oneNR-VE. Both are expected to provide up to 106 PS at 6000 rpm and 138 Nm of torque at 4200 rpm, respectively. The Avanza will come with a five-speed manual transmission. It will also feature a continuously variable transmission, which will replace the four-speed automatic.
The interior of the Mobil Toyota Avanza 2022 is updated with a new dashboard layout. The cabin is more spacious than before, thanks to the updated layout of the instrument panel and the use of hard plastic materials. Although hard plastic materials are abundant throughout the cabin, Toyota has also added some texture to it, which makes the cabin feel a little more sophisticated. Its new technology makes it easier to use, so you’ll find no shortage of convenience and utility.
The second-generation Avanza first launched in the Philippines on 13 January 2012 and was available in three grade levels. The first facelift was launched in September 2015, and a second facelift was released in May 2019. The fourth grade was introduced in October 2017, dubbed the 1.5 Veloz. Its new infotainment screen now sports a 6.8-inch display. The newest Avanza will also feature automatic emergency braking.
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The safety of passengers is a top priority in a contemporary family mover. Toyota Avanza variants come with features like Blind Spot Monitoring, Rear Camera Traffic Alert, Vehicle Stability Control, and six SRS airbags. While safety is always important, it is a bonus if your car can keep you and your family safe. The 2022 Toyota Avanza will have the features you need to move your family in a safe and comfortable manner.
The new 2022 Toyota Avanza looks like a different car. It has lost the “grab car” look that once defined the MPV segment. The front fascia has a wider design, complemented by split-type LED headlights and halogen fog lamps. It is also fitted with stylish 16-inch aluminum wheels. In general, the new Avanza is more stylish than its predecessor, so expect some changes on that front.
The Philippines is launching the all-new Avanza. Previously available in Indonesia, the Avanza made its global debut last March. The Philippine market saw the introduction of four new variants, which will be front-wheel drive and equipped with more creature comforts and safety features. The new Avanza is the next step in the evolution of Toyota’s flagship SUV, and it is expected to continue the company’s tradition of building reliable vehicles.