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    Default Toyota Revo Officially Launched by IMC in Pakistan

    After months and months of speculations, rumors and reveals; Indus Motor Company officially launched the new Toyota Hilux Revo yesterday in Karachi. The company organised a launch event yesterday, in which the IMC (3S) dealership network was invited to the official announcement and launch ceremony for the arrival of this new Hilux Model in the Pakistani market.

    An undisclosed source revealed that this new model is featuring a 3.0L Turbocharged 1KD-FTV engine. Apparently, the new model is receiving all around updates in its interior, exterior and the engine, which is good to see. The new Hilux Revo is expected to be displayed at the (IMC-3S) dealerships in the market in October-November of this year.

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    Default Toyota Revo Officially Launched by IMC in Pakistan

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    Although not on display yet, but a few units have been delivered at different dealerships, including Toyota Central Motors, Karachi (all sold immediately). If booked now, deliveries are at Feb-end 2017.

    Went and had a look at the Revo V at Toyota Central Motors today and coincidentally also got the opportunity to thoroughly check out an imported one at Sh-Quaideen on Saturday.

    Things missing in the local model (up-spec model), as compared to the international model, are:

    1) Hill Descend Assistance Control;

    2) Push-Start button (a big turn-off);

    3) Rear A/C vents;

    4) Bull-bar (doesn't come standard);

    5) Front Camera (is front cam-ready, but front cam has to be purchased and installed separately);

    6) Extra USB and 220V socket in the dash board are also missing.

    The local model comes in different variants, Spec sheet of which, as published by Indus Motors, has been attached with this post for reference purposes.

    All in all, I find the local model offering much much better features, interior aesthetics and functionality and exterior design, as compared to it's local predecessor. Regarding price, well it's subjective really. Depends who's looking at it from what perspective.

    Among the colours, I found the "red sporty" standing out and showing a lot of "attitude". In silver, it looked relatively (to red), sober and executive-ish (if that's a word) and in "black", although it looked really nice and bold, the thought of ensuring that it stayed sparkling clean made me look back at silver and red.

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    REVO G A/T : PKR 3,955,500
    REVO V A/T : PKR 4,205,500

    For the extra Rs 250,000, the meaningful things you get are the following:

    1) HEADLAMPS are LED with DRL. Headlights have auto on/off feature (sensor based)

    2) Seat Material, Door Trip, Steering and Arm rest are leather.

    3) Window vipers have Time adjust intermittent option which is missing in "G". (Really? Even the local swift has this option! C'mon IMC!)

    4) Climate Control (Auto A/C).

    5) 220V AC Accessory connector.

    6) Speedometer is Optitron with Large Color TFT MID.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahsontariq View Post

    All in all, I find the local model offering much much better features, interior aesthetics and functionality and exterior design, as compared to it's local predecessor. Regarding price, well it's subjective really. Depends who's looking at it from what perspective.
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    Probably means, nawaan local is better equipped than purana local...
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    Quote Originally Posted by tareen View Post
    Probably means, nawaan local is better equipped than purana local...
    Aaho ji


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    2006 Model KD engine disappointing Toyota Indus,
    I was expecting new GD engine which is more powerfull and economic also

    ..................????????????????????

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    This is probably the first post of 'disappointment'.

    Over the years, people are no more disappointed, they have just stopped expecting anything good from local assemblers...
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    @tareen bhai and other Pakwheelers who know..... what are locally available (imported) roller lid options for Revo in Karachi?


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    I just saw a review video of Rivo on youtube made by pakwheels

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    So basically it's Corolla altis grande on 4x4 same key, speedo meter, cruise control style, it's much much better equipped and to drive then the previous one. Better brakes even Toyota capital said will be on display on Monday!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahsontariq View Post
    @tareen bhai and other Pakwheelers who know..... what are locally available (imported) roller lid options for Revo in Karachi?


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    No news from any corner as yet. Shipments must b on their way. Apparently, the rollbars will require to be sacrificed for tonneau cover.
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    There was a test drive at do darya today. Very impressive. Much better than older imported models. Manager there told me bookings have started. They were given 25 revos to sell in December and they are already sold. Will be delivered in January.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tareen View Post
    No news from any corner as yet. Shipments must b on their way. Apparently, the rollbars will require to be sacrificed for tonneau cover.
    Thanks for responding @tareen bhai.

    Have mine's delivery scheduled for December last week (graphite, V) and getting the tonneau cover was the first thing I had on my mind.

    There are options available which doesn't require a roll-bar sacrifice. Refer below please.



    For further details about the product and price, visit http://www.accessories-4x4.com/Produ...tance/3535/en/

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    Wow congrats on the purchase looking forward to a comprehensive thread about it by you


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    They r giving delivery in December for 2016 now! & 2017 in February/March I'm thinking of getting one also. But as long as build quality is as good as my current hilux invincible 2013.
    Casue invincible is 171 bhp much faster and stronger built quality.
    I was always on my wits whenever I drove or sat in the previous 2015 Indus hilux worst brakes.
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    I'm still skeptical about the back seat I know their are design limitations due to cabin size but it's awful on long routes.

    ^ the timing delay wipers mean the interval can be manually adjusted at your will. Not the regular time delay wipers.
    Get over the fact that Xli lacks power windows, Its an Xli because it lacks thoose features or else it would be a Gli or an Altis if had all the goodies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahsontariq View Post
    Thanks for responding @tareen bhai.

    Have mine's delivery scheduled for December last week (graphite, V) and getting the tonneau cover was the first thing I had on my mind.

    There are options available which doesn't require a roll-bar sacrifice. Refer below please.

    For further details about the product and price, visit Cover lids / Canopies - Toyota - Hilux (Revo) '07/2016->
    Congrats.

    I guess soon Marks will be offering many solutions for Revo as well, just like Vigo.

    Check out this one, Rear Trunk Cover

    I like that M7 canopy they make for Vigo.

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    @qwertypoiu
    Sure thing.

    @CrashD
    Going through the Dealership-IMC booking route was getting the Revo delivered in February, when booked in November (last week). However, if one is going through Meezan Ijarah, the delivery is prioritised since MBL has an agreement with IMC for prioritised deliveries on full payment at day one of booking, in this case, it is 30 days.
    Regarding quality comparison between PKDM and imported models, I had the opportunity to personally observe and compare the exterior and interior build quality of Revo, as stated in post #21 above. Other than the difference in features, there is a clear difference in build quality of both with respect to the following:

    1) Paint quality - reflection on the paint shows grains (uneven reflection edges) in PKDM while these are smooth like that in a mirror, in the imported model.

    2) Interior plastics are of better quality, however, IMC "has" improved considerably in plastics quality in comparison to their previous PKDM Vigo.

    3) Leather quality, stitching design & quality and leather fitting. Almost at par with the imported on all three counts.

    4) Braking, driving experience ? Not in a position to comment on that.

    I understand that the difference between top of the line model of PKDM (42 lacs) and Imported (60 lacs), ranges between 17 to 20 lacs. After having sat in and compared both the PKDM and Imported Revo models, it is my personal opinion, that the difference certainly does not justify dishing out additional Rs. 17 to 20 lacs for the imported. There's also the aspect of having no technical support (mechanical) for the newly introduced 2.8L imported revo engine here in Pakistan, but that's another discussion.

    @mian_jee
    Thanks for sharing Marks' link. It does look nice and purposeful, however, can you or anyone share about durability and build quality aspects of these canopies produced by Marks? I'll keep looking around for the sliding one as it'll be useful for me instead of the lifting lid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahsontariq View Post
    Thanks for responding @tareen bhai.

    Have mine's delivery scheduled for December last week (graphite, V) and getting the tonneau cover was the first thing I had on my mind.

    There are options available which doesn't require a roll-bar sacrifice. Refer below please.



    For further details about the product and price, visit http://www.accessories-4x4.com/Produ...tance/3535/en/
    Mabrook. Masha Allah.

    I saw this design 2 years back and was focused on getting one for my roll-caged Navara. But unfortunately no one was having it in Pakistan and no acquaintance was willing to bring it along from UK due to weight and dimensions.
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