Toyota Passo

2nd Generation (2010 - Present)


Toyota Passo Overview

Toyota Passo was first introduced in 2004 and it falls in the small size sub-compact range of Japanese vehicles. The Passo is said to be a larger version of the Toyota Vitz/Yaris and this is because of the fact that it actually is larger in dimension than the others. The Passo is offered in numerous variants whereas the engine choice remains very limited.

The Toyota Passo has slightly larger dimensions than other hatchbacks in its category, which gives the Passo a significantly larger appearance. The overall design and styling of the Passo is plain and neutral, with no significant garnishing ornaments to make it stand out of the league.

The spacious interior of Toyota Passo has a chocolate/beige/grey theme and the colours change among different variants. Toyota Passo is slightly larger than the Vitz/Yaris four-door hatchback. This means, the Passo has more cabin space to offer than other hatchbacks. It doesn’t make the Passo an extraordinarily luxurious hatchback but the comfort level is significantly higher than other cars in its category.

1.0l DOHC 12 Valve with CVT Gearbox
1.3l DOHC 16 Valve with CVT Gearbox (Hana Plus and G variants only)

1.0l - 19-20Km/L
1.3l - 17.5-18Km/L

Black Mica Metallic, Blue Mica Metallic, Glass Metallic, Light Beige Metallic, Purple Mica, Rouge Red, Snow White, Violet Metallic Opal, Jade Pearl Metallic and White Pearl Mica.

Toyota Vitz, Nissan March, Suzuki Swift, Suzuki Cultus.


996cc DOHC 12 Valve which produces 71BHP
1297cc DOHC 16 Valve which produces 86BHP

CVT Gearbox.

Seating Capacity:

Electronic Power Steering (EPS)

Comfortable drive
Good acceleration

Availability of spare parts
Relatively poor fuel economy than its competitors


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Posted by roCky on Dec 06, 2014

Exterior: 8/10 Interior (Features, Space & Comfort): 7/10 Fuel Economy: 5/10 , As iam taking 7km/L Ride Quality & Handling: 10/10 Final Words: good but Not fuel efficient ................

Not so impressive

Posted by muhammad abubakar on Jul 23, 2014

Yeah! No doubt that the exterior is simply fantastic + one best thing of Passo is that it gets parking easily. The awful interior wrapped in a manageable body makes you feel that you are sitting ...

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