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    Default Toyota Belta Owners & Fan Club

    HELLO !

    Come discuss your Beltas here.

    Praise your rides.....

    Show your rides here....

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    Discuss with each other...

    Belta owners and Fan's Club join and enjoy every thing here......

    i am starting it with my Ride .......

    and waiting for others to join.......

    TOYOTA BELTA (2005-2012)
    (JAPAN-SPEC)

    (complied by murtaza_murti):

    Optional engines:

    - 1KR-FE 1.0L (1000cc) inline 3-cylinder, 71HP/63 Ib-ft torque
    - 2SZ-FE 1.3L (1300cc) inline 4-cylinder, 86HP/89 Ib-ft torque
    - 2NZ-FE (comes in 4WD variants only) (1300cc) inline 4-cylinder, 84HP/89 Ib-ft torque

    * Note: All of the engines are equipped with VVT-i

    Drivetrains:

    - 1KR-FE = FF (front-wheel drive)
    - 2SZ-FE = FF (front-wheel drive)
    - 2NZ-FE = 4WD/AWD (four-wheel drive/all-wheel drive)

    Transmissions:

    - 1KR-FE = Super CVT-i
    - 2SZ-FE = Super CVT-i
    - 2NZ-FE = 4-Speed automatic with Super Select ECT with Gate Shifter

    Packages/variants/selections:

    B Package = Complete base package; manual windows, plastic door panels, black non-powered mirrors, black door handles, black trunk garnish, silver steel wheels with no wheel caps and base FM/AM radio.

    X Package = Powered windows, powered/re-tractable side-view mirrors, fabric door panels, chrome trunk garnish, colored handles and mirrors, built-in CD player or TV/NAV option, keyless entry, headlight beam adjuster (came in limited models) and black steel wheels with wheel caps.

    XS Package = Sports package same as the 1.0L X but with 14'' alloy wheels, rear LED trunk spoiler, RPM meter, fog lamps and side skirts.

    XL Package = All options of the X package but with a RPM meter, rear speakers, climate control, rear armrest, 50/50 split seats.

    G Package = All options of the L package but with Keyless Go option (push button start, door and trunk sensors, smart key). Alloy wheels, body-kit, fog lamps, iON purifier, multi-function steering wheel and voice TV/NAV with bluetooth and G-Book are optional factory options.

    Chassis code, DBA-KSP92:

    - 1.0L B
    - 1.0L X
    - 1.0L XS

    Chassis code, DBA-SCP92:

    - 1.3L X B (Business)
    - 1.3L X
    - 1.3L XS
    - 1.3L X 'L'
    - 1.3L G

    Chassis code, CBA-NCP96 (4WD):

    - 1.3L X (4WD)
    - 1.3L X 'L' (4WD)
    - 1.3L G (4WD)

    Colors:

    - Meteorite Grey Metallic
    - Silver Streak Mica
    - Barcelona Red Mica
    - Jade Sea Green Metallic
    - Polar White
    - Pearl White Metallic
    - Zephyr Blue Metallic
    - Pacific Blue Metallic

    Factory tire sizes:

    - 1.0L (B and X): 165/70/R14
    - 1.0L XS with 14'' alloys: 175/65/R14
    - 1.3L (XB, X): 165/70/R14
    - 1.3: (XS, XL and G) with 15'' alloys: 185/60/R15

    Face-lift came out in the 4th quarter of 2008, changes were as follows:

    - RPM meter standard in all models
    - RPM meter in XL & G changed colors and font
    - XL package replaces L package
    - Mesh front grill
    - Indicators removed from fenders
    - Side-view mirrors now with built-in indicators
    - Lighter grey interior color (dashboard, door panels, headliner etc)
    - Different seat fabric pattern
    - XL & G now have thicker bolster seats
    - Beige carpet instead of black
    - Rear door window switches merged with door armrests
    - Different wheel caps for G
    - Different 8-spoke alloy wheel design for XL & G
    - Key fob remote buttons switched to plastic from rubber
    - XS (sport) package dis-continued

    Manuals:

    - 1KR-FE Engine repair manual:


    http://webpages.charter.net/scott.mcclure/Yaris/1KR-FE/


    - Owners manual in English (ZIP file):

    https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B8-K...VFE/edit?pli=1

    NOTE: The production of the Toyota Belta and Yaris sedan STOPPED in the third quarter of 2012 in Japan and North America. The Belta was known as the Vios elsewhere. The new shape Vios came out in 2013 to replace the previous model in Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and other southeastern Asian countries along with Arabian Gulf countries and in some Middle Eastern countries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unware View Post
    All answers and suggestions are almost correct. I will tell u in easier way ...

    When you drive in salt range you DO NOT need S or B unless its raining heavy and road is slippery then you should engage B. B is for brake mode. You will feel engine holding back your gear ratio to produce more power in uphill and downhill terrane. While S is for sports mode it delays the gear changing ratio hence resulting in more pick up in each gear.

    An ideal place where you should use B is if you are going to Shogran ..... even the track to Pir Suhawa is not hard for normal D drive.

    Best way is to experience it by yourself, try switching between D S and B but not on very high speed. You will feel the difference.

    I engage B in mud, sand, very rough terrane and my belta (1300) crawls easily with a gentle touch of acceleration.
    @unware, when driving the car at a normal speed and you want to switch between D, S and B do you need to press the brake slightly or just switch gears?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tyrone_40 View Post
    @unware, when driving the car at a normal speed and you want to switch between D, S and B do you need to press the brake slightly or just switch gears?
    no need for brake dude its all forward counter gears ....

    You need to press brake pedal while:

    Disengaging P
    Engaging P
    Shifting to R (better to press pedal to avoid damage to tranny)
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    Quote Originally Posted by unware View Post
    All answers and suggestions are almost correct. I will tell u in easier way ...

    When you drive in salt range you DO NOT need S or B ................... crawls easily with a gentle touch of acceleration.
    Please don't push it so hard on Shugran or Pir Suhawa. This is a very gentle, delicate and beautiful machine and I don't wish to put this beauty in trouble, hmmmmmm I love this beauty. On my lovely Mehran, I have traveled to many many high cold places like Naran, Kagha, Shugran, Pir Sohawa, Pir Chanasi, Kala Bagh, even drove on ice and drove to many many low hot places like Thal, Bahawalpur, traveled non stop from Karachi to Lahore in 17 hours and I have traveled in all these areas with my family and full load but never ever worried about wear and tear. Mehran really has been a little wonder to me but this Belta and its smooth driving has made me a very calm driver and m in love with it now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abuammar View Post
    Please don't push it so hard on Shugran or Pir Suhawa. This is a very gentle, delicate and beautiful machine and I don't wish to put this beauty in trouble, hmmmmmm I love this beauty. On my lovely Mehran, I have traveled to many many high cold places like Naran, Kagha, Shugran, Pir Sohawa, Pir Chanasi, Kala Bagh, even drove on ice and drove to many many low hot places like Thal, Bahawalpur, traveled non stop from Karachi to Lahore in 17 hours and I have traveled in all these areas with my family and full load but never ever worried about wear and tear. Mehran really has been a little wonder to me but this Belta and its smooth driving has made me a very calm driver and m in love with it now.
    I agree to some extent with you brother. When you car is soundless, clean, lishking with recent polish you feel extra care for your machine. These CVT transmission are widely used now and perform brilliantly. Mostly we abuse mehrans cuz we think they are cheap built and low-maintenance vehicles ..... but a car is a car ..... your driving attitude should be same no matter you driving a mehran / alto or exotic cars. About heavy or light foot I will not debate as I myself has a heavy foot when it comes to driving. All I think is if you know your car and you are the one who is maintaining it then one should test the car near to limits or as per "liver-size" ofcourse considering the safety of yourself and others.

    After all ............ its a toyota ....... you need special gutts to kill a toyota.
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    Default Krrich Krrich sound...

    Yesterday when I took my car out of office parking, I noticed a krrich krrich sound from my left side and as I speed up the sound was vanished but as soon as I slowed it down it again started making this annoying sound. I was really worried and I rushed to Toyota service station but I was lucky that it was closed till that time. So I went to nearest local mechanic and he just saw my car and shouted "Chotay 19 ka pana lana aur tire k nuts check karo". To my amazement nuts of left rear wheel were quite loosen. Then I recalled that last sunday I took my car to Toyota service station for brake adjustment and those experts didn't even tightened the wheel nuts

    Moral of the story: Whenever you get tire repair or brake repair or have the wheel off the car then after repair must must check the nuts by yourself or enjoy the Krrich Krrich sound

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    @kazim104, Yes I only used "D" while coming from Lahore to ISB, the D,S, and B are very beatifully explained by @unware.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abuammar View Post
    Yesterday when I took my car out of office parking, I noticed a krrich krrich sound from my left side and as I speed up the sound was vanished but as soon as I slowed it down it again started making this annoying sound. I was really worried and I rushed to Toyota service station but I was lucky that it was closed till that time. So I went to nearest local mechanic and he just saw my car and shouted "Chotay 19 ka pana lana aur tire k nuts check karo". To my amazement nuts of left rear wheel were quite loosen. Then I recalled that last sunday I took my car to Toyota service station for brake adjustment and those experts didn't even tightened the wheel nuts



    Moral of the story: Whenever you get tire repair or brake repair or have the wheel off the car then after repair must must check the nuts by yourself or enjoy the Krrich Krrich sound

    Nice share brother, thanks

    To be honest, how often do we check our tyre pressures, wheel nuts, and windshield washer bottle?? I guess most of us do the necessary checks like lubricants levels, gas, fuel, radiator ..... but its good if we make a habit of do all these checks before to any trip doesnt matter small or long journey as accidents from such leftovers can result in disasters. Once in Saudi, I came out from my house and started my car and in 5 seconds I heard a loud noise from my engine bay, switched off and poped the hood. Guess what? ??? a dead cat stuck in between my radiator fan and engine. I had to struggle hard to get that thing outta my car.

    Lesson: It takes only few minutes to run these checks before starting any journey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zubair530 View Post
    @kazim104, Yes I only used "D" while coming from Lahore to ISB, the D,S, and B are very beatifully explained by @unware.

    Thanks for the compliments dude.

    Did you shift to S or B just to see the behaviour of car?
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    Quote Originally Posted by unware View Post
    Thanks for the compliments dude.

    Did you shift to S or B just to see the behaviour of car?
    It has been about 1.5 Year now, when i bought this car, I have never used anything else than "D", "N" and "R"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zubair530 View Post
    It has been about 1.5 Year now, when i bought this car, I have never used anything else than "D", "N" and "R"

    1.5yrs and u dint use S or B ????

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    That's the way i drive and that's why i am getting about 16+ Km/Liter
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zubair530 View Post
    That's the way i drive and that's why i am getting about 16+ Km/Liter
    Thats good u getting nice average. 16 ya 17 to meri belta bhi kerti hai and I do play with S n B occasionally. No wonder its an economical car. Happy Driving
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    Quote Originally Posted by unware View Post
    Thats good u getting nice average. 16 ya 17 to meri belta bhi kerti hai and I do play with S n B occasionally. No wonder its an economical car. Happy Driving
    Nice average. Is this without AC?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tyrone_40 View Post
    Nice average. Is this without AC?
    To be honest it gave me 19.4km/l without AC on a so called GT road (from fateh jang to Pindi gheb and back) couple of months ago. I am pretty sure it will maintain 16 or 17 on AC as climate control should contribute in fuel efficiency.

    PS: I came across this website few months back and it has very nice tips for better fuel consumption.

    Fuel Saving Tips | Fuelly
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    True mileage of the car cannot be calculated just by filling once or twice... I have driven the car around 22000 KMs and the average mileage is 16.45Kms/L where i have burnt 1330 Liters of petrol (a litle bit of HOBC also).
    There have been fillings where i got mileage of 21 and there are also fillings where i got reading of 14 or 15KM/Litre, but what counts is the average taken accross the whole period.
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    Zubair530, there is a difference in driving modes. Usually people drive casually. You hypermile like you showed last time.

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    @vajih: What is a "hypermile"?
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    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Energy-efficient_driving

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    True Zubair I agree what you said but dear my running is hardly 500kms a month, I use my second car for a daily run. I dunno how much money/fuel I burnt but what I know is the calculated average was never below 16. Also I never used Hi Octane so thats my next target to fill up Hi Octane and run a show on that.
    What you are referring to is a syndrome where you want to achieve maximum mileage (knows as hyper-miling). You can check my above mentioned website about it.

    What I like here is to get a reasonable average while enjoying your ride as well ...... enjoy means SnB here
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    Quote Originally Posted by unware View Post
    To be honest it gave me 19.4km/l without AC on a so called GT road (from fateh jang to Pindi gheb and back) couple of months ago. I am pretty hisure it will maintain 16 or 17 on AC as climate control should contribute in fuel efficiency.

    PS: I came across this website few months back and it has very nice tips for better fuel consumption.

    Fuel Saving Tips | Fuelly
    Excellent!!!! And thanks for the link

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