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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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    Quote Originally Posted by mirpk1 View Post
    .. sir jee 500 kay sigret pee loon ga ECU cover nai lgwaoon ga aap zroor lgwa laen kis nay roknay kee jurrat kee hay aap ko
    Bhai, hum sigret nahi peetay khair, aap ki auto gli ka sooch kar aap say cover kay bare main pooch liya. Allaah aap kay gaari ki ECU ko sada sehatmand rakhay. Aameen

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    Lol quite a conversation going on here, I also did not install it , it would have costed 700 rs , but I read on these forums that it causes over heating or ventilation problems of ecu so i left it as it is, I feel there is no use to wash engine with water especially on a brand new car,
    Keep a plastic bag (shopper) handy in the trunk and just put that over ecu when washing , there problem solved , no over heating no contact of water with ecu , mind and car both happy

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    Guys.
    There is no need to install ecu cover.
    My swift had ecu on the same place as of corolla.
    Whenever i washed the car i just put a plastic shoper on it and other electrical components.
    Even many times i washed car without covering ecu.
    No issues at all
    FeeL YoUng DriVE YoUnG......

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    Quote Originally Posted by zee5han View Post
    Lol quite a conversation going on here, I also did not install it , it would have costed 700 rs , but I read on these forums that it causes over heating or ventilation problems of ecu so i left it as it is, I feel there is no use to wash engine with water especially on a brand new car,
    Keep a plastic bag (shopper) handy in the trunk and just put that over ecu when washing , there problem solved , no over heating no contact of water with ecu , mind and car both happy
    Quote Originally Posted by COOLTAHIR View Post
    Guys.
    There is no need to install ecu cover.
    My swift had ecu on the same place as of corolla.
    Whenever i washed the car i just put a plastic shoper on it and other electrical components.
    Even many times i washed car without covering ecu.
    No issues at all
    Self claimed ''auto engineers'' may shoot you on this advice of shoper bag cover .. be aware
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    Guys my Corolla's axle boot is leaked.
    5000 driven only by myself only in Lahore and today went for 1st oil change and came to know about this. The warranty guy taken pics and asked me tu check tomorrow as they have to take approval for part change in warranty from head office. A small hole is in the book from where fluid is coming out.

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    Alhumdulillaah, today test drove Altis 1.6 for some distance, probably 22 KMs, which included paved and unpaved roads both on stock tyres, and felt good en-bloc. The acceleration was very smooth and the orthodox jerks used to be felt on auto tranny were minimal. The car went to 100 KM/hr in no time. Sadly IMC went very cheap in over all plastic quality of interior, especially the quality of left and right indicators. Even my Suzuki Wagon R VXL (Indonesia made, assembled in Pakistan) had better quality plastic used in interior than that used in Corolla. Navigation worked well, and blue tooth worked fine with my android based cell phone. One thing that made me happy was the performance of brakes. They are super responsive, though the car has hardly run 32 KMs, I avoid using emergency brakes. I am also not taking the car above 100 KM/hr, will do so after it has run 400-500 KMs. My advice to any one going for GLI auto would be to wait for some more time, collect some moola and go for Altis 1.6. If you are a filer, then difference in WHT between 1.3 and 1.6 is merely 20K, and becoming a filer has never been that easy as today, courtesy online e-filing system introduced by FBR. Rest assured it's worth the marginal cost and would make you satisfied with your decision in the long run, In shaa Allaah. Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarmadraheem View Post
    dont ignore it. I have developed lower back pain over a couple of long route (2000km) journeys.
    AoA everyone,
    I am also having back pain after riding the grande for a period longer than 15 mins approx. I have driven it almost 1400 km now and I travel between Islamabad and Rawalpindi daily (home and office). Never experienced this in the older corolla Glis 2008 and 2011 or Civic 2005 and Reborn 2012 which I drove over 150K in the previous 5 yrs on the same route.
    If anyone on the forum could help me with this in the former of suggestions. This might be due to the lack of adjustable lumbar support or I don't know, but is now a serious concern for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nousher101 View Post
    Guys my Corolla's axle boot is leaked.
    5000 driven only by myself only in Lahore and today went for 1st oil change and came to know about this. The warranty guy taken pics and asked me tu check tomorrow as they have to take approval for part change in warranty from head office. A small hole is in the book from where fluid is coming out.

    Advice required what parts are to be changed and what to be taken care of

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    Just make sure there is no further damage to the excel after this.

    They will cover it in the warranty, but make sure they take care of it ASAP. Are you still using the car after this, or parked at dealership?
    I am only responsible for what I say, not for what you understand..

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    Hello fellows
    I have one question from gli owners. Is there "fuel consumption display" present in gli 2015?
    naveed jan

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    Quote Originally Posted by jan87 View Post
    Hello fellows
    I have one question from gli owners. Is there "fuel consumption display" present in gli 2015?
    Yes, both in manual and auto.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jan87 View Post
    Hello fellows
    I have one question from gli owners. Is there "fuel consumption display" present in gli 2015?
    Yes.
    Next question plz 😆

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    I want to install body kit on my Altis 1.6 2015, tell me about types and price also

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    2nd question
    Just came to realize (after 2 days since the delivery of my gli) that toyota islamabad did not give warranty booklet to me. There was only battery warranty card and user manual of car and cd/mp3 player ware present. Is they give separate booklet for the warranty.
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    Sorry for a being a little off topic.
    Anybody recently changed the tyres?
    I have yoko advan db 205/60/R16 in grande. Went to buy for my other car 205/60/R16 Michellin Energy saver+ for rupees 13,800 & Yokohama advan db for 12,300 each in Karachi from a well reputed shop.....
    is this normal price??? Or expensive??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aviator_pk View Post
    Altis Grande Strong blue
    Can u post clear pic of rims. Its looking nice.

    Dont know much about 16 inch tyres. Last year i changed my tyres to michilen 205 65 15. What i remember is I payed 14k or 18k difference in exchange.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mirpk1 View Post
    Self claimed ''auto engineers'' may shoot you on this advice of shoper bag cover .. be aware
    This shopping bag thing was being done on every corolla in washing area at Toyota Ravi Motors! when I took delivery of my Gli M/T.

    And the delivery guys told not to ECU cover as we are receiving complains.

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    I was comparing specs of 1.6 altis vs 1.8 cvti, i think with price difference of only 2 lacs, altis 1.8 cvti is worth more than 1.6 altis, here is the list of techs that 1.8 altis cvti is offering over 1.6

    1. Cvt transmission, smooth and fuel efficient.
    2. Bigger and powerful engine
    3. Cruise control
    4. Split and reclining seats
    5. Fog lams
    6. Andriod based 8 inch multimedia
    7. Driver side airbag
    8. Fog lamps

    Anything i am missing ? Or added mistakenly please correct me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarkaar View Post
    I was comparing specs of 1.6 altis vs 1.8 cvti, i think with price difference of only 2 lacs, altis 1.8 cvti is worth more than 1.6 altis, here is the list of techs that 1.8 altis cvti is offering over 1.6

    1. Cvt transmission, smooth and fuel efficient.
    2. Bigger and powerful engine
    3. Cruise control
    4. Split and reclining seats
    5. Fog lams
    6. Andriod based 8 inch multimedia
    7. Driver side airbag
    8. Fog lamps

    Anything i am missing ? Or added mistakenly please correct me.
    Keyless entery with trunk opener
    Chrome front grill
    Meter is better

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarkaar View Post
    I was comparing specs of 1.6 altis vs 1.8 cvti, i think with price difference of only 2 lacs, altis 1.8 cvti is worth more than 1.6 altis, here is the list of techs that 1.8 altis cvti is offering over 1.6

    1. Cvt transmission, smooth and fuel efficient.
    2. Bigger and powerful engine
    3. Cruise control
    4. Split and reclining seats
    5. Fog lams
    6. Andriod based 8 inch multimedia
    7. Driver side airbag
    8. Fog lamps

    Anything i am missing ? Or added mistakenly please correct me.
    Any one going for 1.8 variant would think twice before doing so for the fact that Civic X is most probably going to be launched in Pakistan in 2017, which will surely give some real tough time to 1.8 variants of Corolla. On the other hand, 1.6 is a safe bet till now, as Honda has no any plans to introduce next gen. of City 1.5 variant.

    P.S. Read the possible launching time of Civic X in a blog on Pakwheels.

    Just my two cents on this issue. Regards

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