Argentina – Toyota Etios Cross introduced at 115k pesos

Posted on: Dec 9, 2013 - 2:06pm IST

Toyota has launched the Toyota Etios Cross in the Argentinian market at a price of 115,000 pesos (18.42 lakh rupees). If you recall, the Etios Cross debuted in Brazil last month.

Toyota Etios Cross in Argentina front view
The Etios Cross gets a bigger, rugged-looking bumper with large foglights.

Prior to the Cross’ announcement, Toyota were selling the Etios hatchback and sedan variants to the Argentinian market. To widen the variant family, the company introduces the Cross in a single XLS variant (fully-loaded variant).

As compared to the regular hatchback, the Etios Cross sports a sturdy-looking bumper, side body cladding, new ten-spoke alloy wheels and silver roof rails.

Toyota Etios Cross in Argentina rear three quarters view
The side and rear of the car is installed with heavy body cladding. Also note the silver roof rails.

The interior gets features such as a leather-wrapped gear knob, multi-funtion steering wheel and manual aircon. Other interior aspects include electrically adjustable exterior mirrors, central door locking, four power windows, air conditioning and audio player with USB port and MP3-reading ability.

Toyota Etios Cross in Argentina dashboard
The central console receives a carbon-fiber effect, while the upgraded seat fabric, and all-black interior from the previous Etios family update are also seen on the Cross.

As for safety equipment, the Etios Cross is packed with ABS and EBD, as well as dual airbags.

The technical aspect of the vehicle is familiar with a 1.5-liter 90hp petrol engine paired to a five-speed manual gearbox lurking under the bonnet.

The Etios Cross comes with a standard warranty of three years/300,000 miles.

Toyota Etios Cross in Argentina – Image Gallery

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2 thoughts on “Argentina – Toyota Etios Cross introduced at 115k pesos

  1. Ayyappan says:

    Plain ugly and cheap !!!

    Reply
  2. Ganesh says:

    Yucky dash! unless they replace those Ac vents and co=enter console.

    Reply

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