The 2nd Generation Toyota Passo was introduced in 2010. The 2nd Generation Toyota Passo is a front engine front/four wheel drive subcompact hatchback. The 2nd Generation Toyota Passo is also known as the Daihatsu Siron, and Perodua MyVi in other regions of the world. The Toyota Passo 2nd Generation is available in 2 variants X and G. Production of the Toyota Passo 2nd Generation has been ongoing for over six years, the Toyota Passo was and is available to purchase during the years 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and the year 2015. The price of 2nd Generation Toyota Passo is fairly competitive when compared to other models in the same class.
The exterior of 2nd Generation Passo features a familiar Toyota design language. The front end houses angular trapezium styled upswept headlights, a small rectangular grille, dual standard fog lights and a trapezium air intake. The rear end houses stacked vertical taillights and a standard case hatchback. All variants feature identical styling in every aspect. The overall exterior of the 2nd Generation Toyota Passo features a fairly unique and distinctive design language that allows it to differentiate itself from its rivals.
The interior of the 2nd Generation Toyota Passo compromises of light brown plastic trim pieces. The front and rear seats are covered in fabric. Standard features on the X variant includes air conditioning, power windows, power steering, power lock doors, stereo speaker audio system and a tachometer. Features on the higher end G variant includes power adjustable mirrors, front fog lights and allow wheels. Options include satellite navigation, side airbags, and Xenon headlights. The overall interior of the 2nd Generation Toyota Passo features a good amount of interior for a hatchback of its exterior dimensions. It provides ample comfort and noise insulation as well.