2015 Toyota Avanza (facelift) could be unveiled at 2015 GIIAS – Report

Posted on: Jul 9, 2015 - 2:50pm IST

The Toyota Avanza is one of Indonesia’s top five best selling models.

According to a report from Autobild Indonesia, the facelifted Toyota Avanza is likely to make its debut at the 2015 Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show (GIIAS 2015), which takes place from August 20-30.

2015 Toyota Avanza front three quarter unofficial render
The facelift for the Toyota Avanza will only get exterior design upgrades.

A PR manager for Toyota Indonesia had told the publication that the company will showcase at the event, a large collection, which includes SUVs, MPVs, sedans and commercial vehicles, as well as a possible concept model.

Speaking of the facelifted Toyota Avanza, the only changes seen so far are minor exterior upgrades such as new swept-back headlights that flow into a larger grille, as well as a re-worked front bumper. The side profile will remain identical to the outgoing model, while the rear features updated taillamps with new reflectors connected at both ends by a long chrome bar.

Engine lineup is expected to be carried over from the current Avanza, which includes a 1.3- and 1.5-liter four-cylinder VVT-i petrol engines paired to manual or automatic transmissions. The smaller 1.3-liter engine develops 92 PS and 119 Nm of torque, while the 1.5-liter unit produces 104 PS and 139 Nm of torque.

Toyota Avanza Luxury dashboard
The interior of the 2016 Toyota Avanza is expected to remain largely indicated.

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Daihatsu also sells a re-badged version of the Toyota Avanza – dubbed as the Daihatsu Xenia. Like the model it’s based upon, the Xenia could also get an exterior makeover, which is expected to be revealed by the end of 2015.

Toyota Avanza Special Edition (current model) – Image Gallery

[Source: Autobild.id; Rendering from AutoNetMagz]

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