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    11th Generation Toyota Corolla Pakistan -1446056
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    Official pamphlet Altis http://tinyurl.com/k3as7w6

    Update: August 3, 2014 XLI/GLI Details: Post# 2746

    Below XLI/GLI Details As per Pakwheel member @shk_54

    Registration cost 1.8, Islamabad

    Registration cost 1.6, Islamabad

    Registration cost of 1.3 Gli in Islamabad

    Fuel averages of Gli 1.3 AT, Altis 1.6 AT and Grande 1.8 CVT-i

    Gli 1.3 AT vs Altis 1.6 AT a fair analysis by @nido747


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    Congratulations! And can you please let me know which dealership you got it from because eveywhere I've inquired is giving me the delivery date of March/April '16. Any suggestions how to get it sooner?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohummed.ahmed View Post
    Alhumdulillaah, got delivery of Altis 1.6 in Super White today (got it within 24 days). Dealership guy wanted me to sign the delivery papers before inspecting the car, to which I plainly refused saying how could I accept some thing without even inspecting it first. There were 14 Corollas that came in a batch to dealership, of which 2 were ready for delivery, mine Altis 1.6 and a silver GLI 1.3

    Nevertheless, inspected most of the things given in pre-delivery inspection Checklist and found them operative. Took a 4-litre can of petrol with myself and asked them to fill it inside the car, to which the dealership guy chuckled saying, Sir aap to poori tayyari kay sath aye hain .

    Since, it is an upgrade from Suzuki to Toyota, my first impression about the car may seem exaggerated to some respected members, but I would simply say Woh about this variant. While driving it back to home, the car went to 80KM/hour without any effort, while I thought I was driving at 40 KM/hour. The speed increases smoothly with out letting the driver realize. The brakes are super responsive as ABS kicks in well. I would like to thank all respected members, for their valuable help and support. May Allaah reward all of you with the best. Best regards






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    Congratulations! And can you please let me know which dealership you got it from because eveywhere I've inquired is giving me the delivery date of March/April '16. Any suggestions how to get it sooner?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohummed.ahmed View Post
    Thanks a lot for the advice. Literally speaking, my feet were trembling when I was driving my way back to home. Its a great challenge to drive a car with such huge body amidst bunch of dangerous motor cyclists without causing any damage to car body. The auto gives you some piece of mind while driving, but manual is a bigger challenge
    lol.
    yes its a huge body.
    but you will get used to it
    FeeL YoUng DriVE YoUnG......

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohummed.ahmed View Post
    Thanks a lot for the advice. Literally speaking, my feet were trembling when I was driving my way back to home. Its a great challenge to drive a car with such huge body amidst bunch of dangerous motor cyclists without causing any damage to car body. The auto gives you some piece of mind while driving, but manual is a bigger challenge
    Hahha My point exactly. Driving something this big is much easier with an auto. And you will get used to it - even if it was a manual. It is pretty big. I avoid taking it to markets. Have a Swift for that.

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    Congratulations! And can you please let me know which dealership you got it from because eveywhere I've inquired is giving me the delivery date of March/April '16. Any suggestions how to get it sooner?
    Thanks a lot. I got mine from Hyderabad within 24 days as dealership had ready quota available for Altis 1.6. You may check with dealerships in your city to have an idea of estimated delivery schedule of Altis 1.6, but its hard to get one so soon at this point in time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohummed.ahmed View Post
    Thanks a lot bhai. Aameen to your prayers and I wish the same for your Corolla as well So far, I am very tight on budget, so may change tyres after some time, In shaa Allaah. Though, I had a brief conversation with sir @autophile on this issue, and he advised me to keep Euros Stars, based on his more than 10 years of vast *** pleasant experience with them.
    Get your tyres changed asap bro. Euros are just crap. The true potential of corolla's suspension comes out on Advan DB etc. Your car will have better grip, braking and a suspension that will absorb bumps beautifully. Moreover, DB is noiseless where as euros are hell noisy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nabeel_Ali View Post
    Get your tyres changed asap bro. Euros are just crap. The true potential of corolla's suspension comes out on Advan DB etc. Your car will have better grip, braking and a suspension that will absorb bumps beautifully. Moreover, DB is noiseless where as euros are hell noisy.

    Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
    Thank you for the useful advice. I have noted it down. So far, I am very tight on budget, but will consider doing so, as I see so many satisfied users of Advan DB.

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    Another thing that the dealership guy told me was to keep the ECU covered before washing the engine bay, as it may malfunction if exposed to water and new one costed 1 lac Though, I don't plan to wash the engine bay with water, will only be using electric air blower to wipe off loose dust, and applying mild APC to keep the engine bay clean. Is covering ECU still recommended and how to do so?

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    Yes the ECU must remain covered, well i suspect that why in Pakistan, the main processor of the car should be so exposed to the water and stuff, they should hide it near the back wall of the engine or what, but still you have to cover it in any case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by talhabinomar View Post
    Yes the ECU must remain covered, well i suspect that why in Pakistan, the main processor of the car should be so exposed to the water and stuff, they should hide it near the back wall of the engine or what, but still you have to cover it in any case.
    How should it be covered? Should I buy that black cover from dealership?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohummed.ahmed View Post
    How should it be covered? Should I buy that black cover from dealership?
    Aoa Ahmed bhai, congrats for the new car... May Allah give u more... Keep sharing your reviews and pics...
    Keep Faith in Allah...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohummed.ahmed View Post
    Another thing that the dealership guy told me was to keep the ECU covered before washing the engine bay, as it may malfunction if exposed to water and new one costed 1 lac Though, I don't plan to wash the engine bay with water, will only be using electric air blower to wipe off loose dust, and applying mild APC to keep the engine bay clean. Is covering ECU still recommended and how to do so?
    Congratulations on getting the new car. There is no need for ECU cover as I have heard that it prevents heat form dissipating, though i have never heard about ECU gone bad with or without cover. No need to wash engine way. Once a month blow of dust and clean it with a damp rag soaked in mild shampoo or APC. Buy some brushes to reach to hard to reach areas, even bottle and feeder brushes are useful to clean the engine.

    Use a good interior dressing on plastics and engine top cover to keep it black.

    As for as tires are concerned it is personal choice. I am satisfied with Euro Stars and will again replace with Euro Stars after 60,000-70,000 kms.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mohummed.ahmed View Post
    How should it be covered? Should I buy that black cover from dealership?
    Get it from any cars market near your house, it should not cost you more than Rs.1.5K. (in the extreme cases)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrUsmanNawaz View Post
    Aoa Ahmed bhai, congrats for the new car... May Allah give u more... Keep sharing your reviews and pics...
    Wa alaykum us salam and thanks a lot Dr. Sahab. I will be doing so, In shaa Allaah

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    Quote Originally Posted by autophile View Post
    Congratulations on getting the new car. There is no need for ECU cover as I have heard that it prevents heat form dissipating, though i have never heard about ECU gone bad with or without cover. No need to wash engine way. Once a month blow of dust and clean it with a damp rag soaked in mild shampoo or APC. Buy some brushes to reach to hard to reach areas, even bottle and feeder brushes are useful to clean the engine.

    Use a good interior dressing on plastics and engine top cover to keep it black.

    As for as tires are concerned it is personal choice. I am satisfied with Euro Stars and will again replace with Euro Stars after 60,000-70,000 kms.
    Thank you sir. Yes, I have also heard about ECU being overheated if covered with some thing. Sir, how much KMs were there on ODO when you took delivery of your Altis 1.6? Mine only showed 2 KMs and I am worried if it was ever tested properly before being delivered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohummed.ahmed View Post
    Thanks a lot. I got mine from Hyderabad within 24 days as dealership had ready quota available for Altis 1.6. You may check with dealerships in your city to have an idea of estimated delivery schedule of Altis 1.6, but its hard to get one so soon at this point in time.
    Congrats brother

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohummed.ahmed View Post
    Thank you sir. Yes, I have also heard about ECU being overheated if covered with some thing. Sir, how much KMs were there on ODO when you took delivery of your Altis 1.6? Mine only showed 2 KMs and I am worried if it was ever tested properly before being delivered.
    My car was 26 kms driven and the previous 2005 also had same reading. Yours might have been delivered on a small truck right at the doorsteps of the show room.

    The cars are usually unloaded out of city trucking terminals and from there showroom drivers bring them to dealerships as long vehicles are not allowed to enter in several cities during day time.

    It is every normal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mohummed.ahmed View Post
    Alhumdulillaah, got delivery of Altis 1.6 in Super White today (got it within 24 days). Dealership guy wanted me to sign the delivery papers before inspecting the car, to which I plainly refused saying how could I accept some thing without even inspecting it first. There were 14 Corollas that came in a batch to dealership, of which 2 were ready for delivery, mine Altis 1.6 and a silver GLI 1.3

    Nevertheless, inspected most of the things given in pre-delivery inspection Checklist and found them operative. Took a 4-litre can of petrol with myself and asked them to fill it inside the car, to which the dealership guy chuckled saying, Sir aap to poori tayyari kay sath aye hain .

    Since, it is an upgrade from Suzuki to Toyota, my first impression about the car may seem exaggerated to some respected members, but I would simply say Woh about this variant. While driving it back to home, the car went to 80KM/hour without any effort, while I thought I was driving at 40 KM/hour. The speed increases smoothly with out letting the driver realize. The brakes are super responsive as ABS kicks in well. I would like to thank all respected members, for their valuable help and support. May Allaah reward all of you with the best. Best regards
    Congrats brother and drive safe and stay blessed

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    Quote Originally Posted by muneebjaved71 View Post
    Congrats brother
    Quote Originally Posted by muneebjaved71 View Post
    Congrats brother and drive safe and stay blessed
    Thank you bhai. You also drive safe and stay blessed

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    Quote Originally Posted by autophile View Post
    My car was 26 kms driven and the previous 2005 also had same reading. Yours might have been delivered on a small truck right at the doorsteps of the show room.

    The cars are usually unloaded out of city trucking terminals and from there showroom drivers bring them to dealerships as long vehicles are not allowed to enter in several cities during day time.

    It is every normal.
    Thank you for this useful reply, sir. I am a relieved man now

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