Toyota Indus Motors’ recently-launched Yaris has outsold Honda’s Civic and City combined in the month of October. According to the recent report of PAMA, Toyota sold 3,058 units of Yaris last month, as compared to 1,858 of Civic and City.
Furthermore, Yaris has also shown higher sales than Civic and City during the ongoing year fiscal Year. The report stated that 9,067 new units of Yaris hit the road, while 8,341 vehicles of City and Civic have left the dealerships.
The higher sales of Yaris are the major reason in the immense hike in Toyota sales, as the company recorded 120% jump Year on Year basis.
IMC launched Yaris in March this year, but couldn’t sale the car due to COVID-19 lockdown. After the government lifted restrictions, the vehicle has seen a steady rise in sales. The Sedan has proved to be a massive hit for IMC.
Features of Yaris:
IMC launched the car in 1300cc and 1500cc engine displacement. The current prices of these variants are Rs. 2,509,000 To 2,999,000.
Toyota Yaris 2020 exterior features a unique and distinctive design language. The front end houses sleek narrow upswept headlights, a small grill with a chrome accent and a large trapezium air intake on the front bumper. Additionally, the rear end houses sharp trapezium styled side swept headlights and a horizontal chrome trim piece running the length of the standard case tailgate.
Yaris 2020 interior features black and polished silver trim pieces. The front and rear seats come in fabric. Standard features include air conditioning, 6 airbags, cup holders, power lock doors, power steering, power windows, tachometer, and a stereo speaker audio system. Additionally, features on the higher end U variant includes power adjustable mirrors, front fog lights and heated front seats. The options include satellite navigation, climate control, leather upholstery, power door mirrors, cruise control, Xenon headlights and rear fog lamps.
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