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    Default Toyota Prius Aqua fan club

    TOYOTA AQUA HYBRID THE BEST FUEL SAVING CAR IN 1500 cc CATEGORY
    Chassis ID: DAA-NHP10
    Model 1NZ-FXE
    Type water cooling inline 4 cylinder DOHC+
    Bore x course of the piston, mm 75.0x84.7
    Engine Size 1496
    Compression ratio 13.4
    Fuel injection system EFI
    Maximum power hp / t.min. 74
    Fuel tank capacity, liters 36 l
    Fuel Regular unleaded gasoline

    DIFFERENT VARIANTS OF AQUA ARE ( L, S, G,G TOURING, S TOURING, GS, G BLACK SOFT LEATHER SELECTION )

    DETAILS OF MAINLY IMPORTED VARIANTS

    L PACKAGE
    Driver's air bag YES
    Front passenger air bag YES
    Side airbags OPTIONAL
    ABS YES
    TRC YES
    Safety belts with tensioner YES
    Safety belts with efforts' limiters YES
    Safety belts with holding YES
    The mechanism of fixation of children's seats NO
    Safety planks YES
    Brake assist YES
    EBD YES
    Anti theft device NO
    Air conditioner Full Auto
    Power window YES ( ONLY FRONT)
    Central switch YES
    Steering column length NO
    Steering column height YES
    Front brake Ventilated disk
    Rear brake Drum
    Front wheel 165/70R14
    Rear wheel 165/70R14
    Front / rear spoiler OPTIONAL

    S PACKAGE
    Driver's air bag YES
    Front passenger air bag YES
    Side airbags OPTIONAL
    ABS YES
    TRC YES
    Safety belts with tensioner YES
    Safety belts with efforts' limiters YES
    Safety belts with holding YES
    Safety planks YES
    Brake assist YES
    EBD YES
    Anti theft device OPTIONAL
    Air conditioner Full Auto
    Power window YES
    Central switch YES
    Cruise control NO
    L.E.D LIGHTS OPTIONAL
    Finishing leather steering wheel NO
    leather seats NO
    Power front seat NO
    Power rear seat NO
    Front suspension STRUT TYPE COIL SPRING
    Rear suspension TORSION BEAM
    Front brake Ventilated DISK
    Rear brake DRUM
    Front wheel 175/65R15
    Rear wheel 175/65R15
    The minimum diameter of a turn 4.8
    Additional front headlights YES
    Rear wiper YES

    G PACKAGE
    Driver's air bag YES
    Front passenger air bag YES
    Side airbags OPTIONAL
    ABS YES
    TRC YES
    Safety belts with tensioner YES
    Safety belts with efforts' limiters YES
    Safety belts with holding YES
    Safety planks YES
    Brake assist YES
    EBD YES
    Anti theft device OPTIONAL
    Air conditioner Full Auto
    Power window YES
    Central switch YES
    Cruise control YES
    L.E.D LIGHTS OPTIONAL
    Finishing leather steering wheel NO
    leather seats YES
    Power front seat NO
    Power rear seat NO
    Front suspension STRUT TYPE COIL SPRING
    Rear suspension TORSION BEAM
    Front brake Ventilated DISK
    Rear brake DRUM
    Front wheel 175/65R15
    Rear wheel 175/65R15
    The minimum diameter of a turn 4.8
    Additional front headlights YES
    Rear wiper YES

    G BLACK SOFT LEATHER SELECTION
    Driver's air bag EXIST
    Front passenger air bag EXIST
    Side airbags OPTIONAL
    ABS YES
    TRC YES
    Safety belts with tensioner YES
    Safety belts with efforts' limiters YES
    Safety belts with holding YES
    Safety planks YES
    Brake assist YES
    EBD YES
    Anti theft device YES
    Air conditioner FULL AUTO
    Power window YES
    Central switch YES
    Steering column length YES
    Steering column height YES
    Cruise control YES
    L.E.D LIGHTS OPTIONAL
    Finishing leather steering wheel YES
    Folding seat SPLIT
    Glass with a UV filter YES
    Toned glasses YES
    Power front seat NO
    Power rear seat NO
    Front suspension STRUT TYPE COIL SPRING
    Rear suspension TORSION BEAM
    Front brake Ventilated DISK
    Rear brake DRUM
    Front wheel 175/65R15
    Rear wheel 175/65R15
    The minimum diameter of a turn 4.8
    Additional front headlights YES
    Rear wiper YES

    G GS PACKAGE
    Driver's air bag YES
    Front passenger air bag YES
    Side airbags OPTIONAL
    ABS YES
    TRC YES
    Safety belts with tensioner YES
    Safety belts with efforts' limiters YES
    Safety belts with holding YES
    Safety planks YES
    Brake assist YES
    EBD YES
    Anti theft device OPTIONAL
    Air conditioner Full Auto
    Power window YES
    Central switch YES
    Steering column length YES
    Steering column height YES
    Cruise control YES
    L.E.D LIGHTS OPTIONAL
    Finishing leather steering wheel YES
    leather seats OPTIONAL
    Power front seat OPTIONAL
    alloy wheels 17 inches standard
    Folding seat SPLIT
    Glass with a UV filter YES
    Toned glasses YES
    Steering Power assist equipped rack&pinion
    Front suspension Strut type Coil spring
    Rear suspension Torsion beam
    Front brake Ventilated disk
    Rear brake Drum
    Front wheel 195/45R17
    Rear wheel 195/45R17
    The minimum diameter of a turn 5.8
    Front fog lights YES
    Additional front headlights YES
    Front / rear spoiler YES
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    Quote Originally Posted by zwk641 View Post
    Checked last week auction stats of Aqua, average price for 3.5--4.5 Grade is Yen935000--1000000.
    if we calculate on Yen935000+ freight Yen120000=Yen1055000Yen.90= PKR 950000+duties & freight up to Isb/Lhr= Rs.735000.
    So total price is around Rs.1685000--1700000.
    pls. correct me if I'm wrong.
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    I calculated on minimum price, actually Aqua is very popular due to it's Fuel efficiency, powerful engine,style & Engine body proportion.

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    Alhumdulilah completed 1000km on my Aqua after purchase on 28/9/15.
    Drove 390 km on Lhr-Isb motorway speed was between 120-160 all the time with ECO on & AC got average of 24.5/ltr.
    Engine is very responsive & soundless.
    Seats are very comfortable.
    Suspension is very very soft.
    Car balance is too good.
    AC with climate control is very good.
    No engine sound in cabin.
    Meter is attractive.
    Controls on steering are very helpful.
    Projector & Auto Headlights with adjustment.
    Very good boot space.
    Leg space of back seats is little less but if 4 persons are on board then no issue.
    I m more satisfied in city ride coz with all mentioned goodies I m enjoying average of 25 with all time AC.
    الحمدللہ. Very much satisfied

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    Can i install 185/65R15 tyre? As the current tyres are 175/65/R15 and seems hard and bumpy. Need increased road clearance and less bumps.
    Getting 29km/l.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kashif144 View Post
    Can i install 185/65R15 tyre? As the current tyres are 175/65/R15 and seems hard and bumpy. Need increased road clearance and less bumps.
    Getting 29km/l.

    Yes u can install it, 10 mm difference profile doesn't have significant effect on fuel economy, however road clearance will be increased slightly...
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    Why AQUA CLUB THREAD is so much dead, dear friends plz give some input into it...

    @zwk641 sir plz again share your experience after using aqua for so many days now, pros and cons....

    Also comment on fuel economy again and availability of qualified workshops for this machine...
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    I read a very interesting Question Answer Blog (Australian), Sharing with you people...


    Q: Which car would save me more money in the long run? A Toyota Yaris ZR or aToyota Prius C i-Tech. Also is there much difference between the two cars in terms of servicing?

    A: Hi Esther, both vehicles are similar in size and the Toyota Yaris ZR costs $21,490, while the Toyota Prius C i-Tech is $25,990 (both non-inclusive of on-road costs). That?s a difference of $4500.
    To calculate the running costs, I have assumed that you will travel 15,000km a year and pay an average of $1.50 per litre for fuel. Additionally, I assumed that both cars are serviced regularly under Toyota?s capped price servicing program and assume that you will hold on to the car for five years.
    To start with, the Yaris ZR uses 6.3L/100km on average. If you travel 15,000km per year, you will need 945 litres of fuel. This volume, multiplied by $1.50/litre comes out to $1417.50 in fuel for the year and $7087.50 over five years.


    Over a five year period, servicing costs $140 every six months, which comes out to $1400 over a five year period. These two costs combined equal $8487.85 for running costs over five years.
    The Prius C i-Tech on the other hand, following the same assumptions as the Yaris ZR comes out to $5787.50 over the same period. This is thanks to its lower fuel consumption ? 3.9L/100km. The servicing costs are the same as the Yaris, $1400 over the five year period.
    Given the the Prius C i-Tech is $4500 more up front and the running cost difference over the five year period is just $2700 (in favour of the Prius C i-Tech), that means you will be $1800 out of pocket if you purchase the Prius C i-Tech over a five year period.
    The point at which the Prius C i-Tech becomes a more cost effective proposition than the Yaris is after the 8 year mark. You can see the relationship between the costs in the graph below.


    So, if you plan on holding on to the car for a shorter period of time, such as five years, it?s cheaper to purchase the Yaris. But, if you are content with retaining the vehicle for over 8 years, the Prius i-Tech becomes a cheaper operating option.
    Keep in mind that the more you travel each year, the quicker that breakeven period hits. Likewise, if you travel less each year, the breakeven period will take longer.


    Update: As pointed out by a couple of our readers, resale value is important in this equation. While it wasn?t mentioned, resale value was taken into account during the original calculation. The Prius C was launched in Australia during 2012, so the resale value of the Prius C and Yaris was taken from this date.
    Both vehicles hold a resale value of around 65 per cent and sit within 1 per cent of each other.
    The other discrepancy is regarding servicing costs. Toyota?s servicing costs are only capped for the first three years. Given they are identical during the first three years, I have assumed that they will remain the same or similar for the duration of the calculation.




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    Sharing some reviews by owners....

    There are 3 modes for the Prius C; Normal, Eco, EV mode.

    How the electric motor works, is that it runs primarily on the electric motor from 0-40-60kms/hr based on the momentum and power of the engine of the car. If the petrol motor needs to accelerate/power the car, it will require the car to gain enough ?cruise? speed or engine ?power? in order to activate EV mode. Once the driver achieves ?cruise? speed or engine ?power?, the pedal can be released to automatically activate ?EV mode? to allow the electric motor to run, rather than the fuel motor. This is how the fuel economy works.

    Normal Mode should behave like a normal current Yaris Motor, with the electric motor working together. It does not focus much on fuel economy.

    Eco mode focus more on fuel/power economy (and this is the most popular mode) which will also focus on the climate control for the i-Tech model.

    And EV mode; which is carpark driving or if your car has totally run out of petrol and or needing to run purely on electric. This motor is literally silent when driving. This mode is also rather sluggish, and will deactivate automatically once the acceleration kicks above EV mode limit (around 40-60kms/depending on momentum).


    The overall hybrid motor is ?EXTREMELY? quiet, and will surprise a lot of drivers/passengers who have not sat on a hybrid vehicle before, especially when starting the engine.

    Overall, I am very happy with my new 2015 Toyota Prius C i-Tech. The engine is rather sluggish compare to similar engine counterparts in the market and driving mode, however, I?m happy to keep this car for the next 10 years. There are 3 driving modes to select from, and if you?re fuel conscious and not too bothered with power, then this car is perfect for you! Also, it really depends on how you drive on the road, based on how ?heavy-footed? you are on the pedal as well.

    My overall review is based mostly compared to my 2006 1.6ltr Hyundai Getz, as I am just an average car owner who have just replaced to a new 2015 Toyota Prius C i-Tech.




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    Another Review:

    The really pricey hardware sits under the bonnet and beneath the floor. The Prius C?s hybrid powertrain ? an upgraded version of the one used in the first two generations of the Prius ? teams a 54kW/111Nm 1.5-litre four-cylinder ?Atkinson cycle? petrol engine with a 45kW/169Nm electric motor and a nickel-metal-hydride battery.


    Together they combine for 74kW, which is 11kW more than the base Yaris, though at 1140kg, the Prius C is 115kg heavier than its conventional-engined sibling.


    The weight disadvantage doesn?t make it a slug, however. Torque from the electric motor is available instantly, so the Prius C feels as quick off the line as its city car rivals. Acceleration remains adequate up to highway speeds, though the engine is loud and coarse at high revs.


    The automatic continuously variable transmission (CVT) adds trademark drone to the Hybrid Synergy Drive symphony. It?s responsive off the line, though is slow to react to throttle inputs when you?re on the move.


    If you?re (very) light on the throttle, or in reverse, the Prius C can bypass the engine and operate on battery power alone for up to 2km at low speeds. In EV Mode it?s near silent, save for some muffled electric whistles and groans, while the transition from electric to hybrid mode is seamless when the engine does kick in.


    Selecting Eco Mode ? which retards throttle response ? and feathering the accelerator pedal is the best way to achieve fuel consumption close to Toyota?s 3.9L/100km claim.


    The Prius C?s multi-information display screen in the mid-mounted instrument cluster makes it easy ? and admittedly quite fun in an eco-nerdy kind of way ? to track your consumption, presenting real-time information about where the hybrid system?s energy is flowing, how much money you?re saving in fuel, and giving you an Eco score out of 100 based on your driving style.


    The best we saw on the trip computer was 4.0L/100km for a circa-15km suburban/city trip, though perhaps even more impressive was our worst result, 5.9L/100km, achieved during a more spirited drive.


    The Prius C?s steering is particularly light and lacks a sense of connection with the road, though it?s also direct and predictable, which means you can point it without feedback and trust it to hold its line.


    The ride is firm, with the extra weight of the hybrid hardware affecting its comfort levels and leading it to jitter over rough surfaces and jar into road joins and potholes. It?s much more settled over speed humps, however, where the suspension reacts much more gently.


    The Prius C?s brakes have a grabby initial feel, but mercifully aren?t plagued by the wooden feel common among hybrids with similar regenerative systems, and deliver progressive pedal response.


    The i-Tech?s cabin doesn?t look or feel as premium as its $27K price tag suggests. The standard white door plastics (which won?t be everyone?s cup of tea) feel cheap and flimsy and the rest of the plastics are of the hard and scratchy variety, save for a small soft-touch section on the dash.


    The media screen looks like an aftermarket drop-in, and its graphics are dated compared to some fresher rivals. The indicators also lack one-touch repeaters, forcing you to physically cancel after quick lane changes.


    The driver?s seat is comfortable, however, and there?s room in the back for two 180cm-tall passengers with just enough headroom and plenty of toe space. Clever packaging means there?s an abundance of storage spots in the front, including a deep glovebox, centre bin with armrest, cupholders and door bins, though it?s sparse in the back.
    The Prius C?s 260-litre boot is just below average for its class, though its low loading lip makes piling in cargo a breeze, and 60:40 split rear seats add extra flexibility. Toyota also deserves credit for including a full-size alloy spare beneath the floor.


    The Prius C is covered by Toyota?s three-year/60,000km capped-price servicing program. The first six services are fixed at $130 each, totalling $780.


    The Toyota Prius C remains the most fuel-efficient car in its class, but the game has changed a lot since it arrived on the scene in early 2012. Then, 3.9L/100km was ground-breaking for a city car, while today it?s merely impressive. Many petrol-powered rivals, including the Clio, Fiesta, Polo and Peugeot 208, now offer consumption below 5.0L/100km at considerably lower prices, not to mention better driving dynamics and higher quality cabins.


    If your heart?s set on a hybrid, however, we recommend bargaining hard for a base model, or perhaps waiting for the all-new Honda Jazz Hybrid that?s due here next year.

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    These reviews are for @InNoCeNt_DeViL @zwk641 @cooltahir @muradi @silentassassain7 and all other friends...

    These are not my opinion, these are some Australian blogs, Thank u...
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    Some upcoming models of Aqua in 2016, presented in Tokyo Auto Show 2015... Both are Concepts...
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    Today have 2nd refuelling totally driven in city with all time AC, consumption is 26/ltr I think which is quite impressive, As far as maintenance cost is concerned just changed oil & filter used Zic 0W-30 costed Rs.2970/ + Toyota Filter Rs.400/ not yet changed Air filter Price of Max air filter(Local with imported paper) Rs.400/ Imported Japanese Rs.2000. local is affective if u change with every oil ie km 6500

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    I think people buying new vitz should take this as option extra 2 or 3 lacs will easily be recovered in fuel saving, not to forget Aqua is superior ride than vitz so it is better value for money.


    Questions for owners, how is the ground clearance ? is it same as of prius ? if yes can be solve it using big tires or spacers needs to be installed ?
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    Our Dealerships maintenance is even not up to mark & quite cheaper than developed countries due to affordability & our economic conditions, I have been to BMW official workshop in London last year in that city where your shoes hardly require polishing they change Air filter according to Milage not condition ie for every part then they have original parts & qualified labour that's why we are much cheaper, just for knowledge sake even how much of our car owners visit dealership workshop, in London on hybrid & Electric cars Govt. has exemptions/Subsidised rates for Parking,Toll Tax, City entery charges. We all believe in Kabli parts. Sub set hai.

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    So far I just touched 2 times on an awkward hump when 4 persons were on board now I don't pass these humps straight & everything thing is fine, road clearance is low in every Japanese car due to road grip & more comfort level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarkaar View Post
    I think people buying new vitz should take this as option extra 2 or 3 lacs will easily be recovered in fuel saving, not to forget Aqua is superior ride than vitz so it is better value for money.


    Questions for owners, how is the ground clearance ? is it same as of prius ? if yes can be solve it using big tires or spacers needs to be installed ?
    Bigger tyres In Prius or aqua is most stupit thing spacer is bad for every car suspension

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    You can comfortably use 185/65/15 as it comes originally in different packages. Never use Spacer in any car.
    I think Toyota Islamabad motors have the competent Mechanics for Hybrid, if you have any other good in Isb/Rwp for Hybrid do share.

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    Only 185/65/r14 comes in L package.
    There is low clearence for installing larger tyres.
    No aqua package comes in 185/65/r15. Even with 5 people my car is not touching any hump in lahore till now.

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    Toyota Prius Aqua fan club -1627780
    can anyone tell me the function of this audio button and the device below it?

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    All S package comes with original 175/65/15
    in G package Alloys with both 185/65/15 & 175/65/15

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