2016 Toyota Sienta mini MPV launched in Malaysia

19/08/2016 - 10:29 | ,   | Sagar Parikh

Second generation Toyota Sienta enters Malaysian market.

The 2016 Toyota Sienta mini-MPV was listed in Malaysia in June and has now gone on sale in the Southeast Asian country. The second generation Toyota Sienta is available in two grades: G and V, priced at RM 92,900 (INR 15,53,195.92) and RM 99,900 (INR 16,70,228.98) respectively.

2016 Toyota Sienta front three quarters Malaysia launch
The 2016 Toyota Sienta is available in two grades in Malaysia: G and V.

The 2016 Toyota Sienta G features automatic projector headlamps, power-adjustable & retractable door mirrors, left-side power sliding door, 15-inch alloy wheels, LED taillamps, 6-speaker 2-DIN audio system with Bluetooth connectivity, ABS with EBD and BA, VSC, TRC, HAC and three airbags (driver, front passenger and driver knee).

The 2016 Toyota Sienta V features Bi-LED projector headlamps with auto on/off and auto leveling, LED daytime running lights, position lights with LED light guide, taillamps with LED light guide, keyless entry, push-button start, colour TFT MID, leather-wrapped steering wheel, 6-speaker 2-DIN DVD player with a 6.8-inch touchscreen display and left and right power sliding doors.

2016 Toyota Sienta Malaysia launch
The Malaysian-spec 2016 Toyota Sienta is powered by the 2NR-FE 79 kW (107 PS) 1.5-litre Dual VVT-i petrol engine.

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The Malaysian-spec 2016 Toyota Sienta measures 4,235 mm in length, 1,695 mm in width and 1,695 mm in height, and has a wheelbase of 2,750 mm. It's powered by the 2NR-FE 1.5-litre Dual VVT-i naturally aspirated four-cylinder petrol engine that produces 79 kW (107 PS/105.90 hp) at 6,000 rpm and 140 Nm of torque at 4,200 rpm. Power is sent to the front wheels via a 7-stepped continuously variable transmission. Unlike in Indonesia, a 6-speed manual transmission isn't available. Needless to say, the JDM-spec model's hybrid powertrain and four-wheel drive system are out of question for the Malaysian market.

[Images from: paultan.org]

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