Toyota Vios Specs & FeaturesToyota Vios Specs
Key specifications & features of the Toyota Vios. View engine specs, dimensions, safety and technology features in detail below
- Gasoline / 1496 cc
- Side Impact Beams
- Rear Seat Belts
- Front Impact Beams
- Side Airbag-Front
Toyota Vios Price List
Toyota Vios price starts at ₱662,000 and goes upto ₱1.1 Million. Checkout Vios price list below to see the SRP prices and promos available.
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Toyota Vios Pros & Cons
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Things We Like in Vios
Refined & economical engines
Things We Don't Like in Vios
Cabin could have been more spacious
Removal of A/C vent cupholders
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Toyota Vios Colors and Images
The Toyota Vios doesn't need any introduction in the Philippines, or does it? Ever since its inception in the country, the Japanese sub-compact sedan has been the best-selling offering in the segment, and it continues to build on the success even in 2020. Toyota offers the Vios sedan in the Philippines in as many as twelve different variants with the price ranging from Php 662,000 for the entry-level Vios 1.3 Base MT trim to Php 1,098,000 for the range-topping Vios 1.5 G Prime CVT model.
The sedan gets two engine options and features a host of safety features and creature comforts. Color options include Super Red, Grayish Blue, Freedom White, Alumina Jade, Blackish Red, Thermalyte, Pearl White, Red Mica, and Black.
Interior & Features
Just like the outside, the inside of the Toyota Vios is also a good mixture of calm and loud. Even though the cabin might not vaunt some of the trendy and modern-day features, there is still plentiful stuff inside the sedan that is more than enough for providing the occupants with a comfortable and convenient ride. The space inside, however, is just about right and Toyota could have done better in this particular department.
Speaking of the features & tech present inside the Toyota Vios, we get to see the likes of a tilt-adjustable multifunction steering wheel, ambient lighting, black leather upholstery, automatic climate control with rear AC vents, keyless entry with push-button start/stop, different driving modes including ECO and SPORT modes, height-adjustable driver’s seat, well laid out instrument cluster with an MID screen, and a large seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Weblink for iOS/Android, Bluetooth, AUX, CD, MP3, and as many as eight speakers.
All in all, the inside of the Toyota Vios is the place to be in.
Being the best-selling sedan in the Philippines, the Toyota Vios must be one good looking car, right? Well, that's just the case as the Japanese sedan comes flaunting a look that is neither too bland nor too sporty. It is a perfect blend of just the right amount of calmness and aggression. At the front, the Vios features a pair of halogen projector headlamps circular fog lamps, front bumper skirt, and LED DRLs placed on either corner of the blacked-out grille. Moving to the side profile, we see the Vios propped up with chrome door handles, some mild cuts & creases, dual-tone power adjustable & retractable ORVMs with turn signals, side skirts, blacked-out B-pillars, shark fin antenna, and alloy wheels that can be as big as 16 inches depending on the variant.
At last, the rear end of the Toyota Vios boasts wraparound LED combination taillights, rear spoiler, rear bumper skirt, and a large Toyota logo residing on top of the license plate. As a whole, the Toyota Vios is a sedan that entices masses from every age group and will make for a great first or even second sedan in your family.
Ride & Handling
The Toyota Vios provides the occupants with a very comfortable ride thanks to the presence of comfortable seating and a truly competent suspension setup that comprises of McPherson Strut with Stabilizer at the front and Torsion Beam with Stabilizer at the rear. Moreover, Vios' monocoque frame makes for a very stable and easy to handle ride when put alongside the electronically powered steering.
Engine & Fuel Consumption
As we mentioned earlier, the Toyota Vios is available in the Philippines with two different engine options. The first of the two is a 1.3-litre four-cylinder in-line Dual VVT-I DOHC 16V EFI engine that generates 98 hp of maximum power at 6,000 rpm and a peak torque of 123 Nm at 4,400 revs. The second motor, on the other hand, is a larger 1.5-litre four-Cylinder in-line Dual VVT-I DOHC 16V EFI engine capable of churning out 106 hp of maximum power at 6,000 rpm alongside a peak torque of 140 Nm at 4,200 revs.
Customers in the Philippines can choose either a five-speed manual gearbox or a continuously variable transmission (CVT) irrespective of the engine choice.
Braking & Safety
Braking and safety is one aspect where the Toyota Vios outshines its rivals day in and day out. While the braking duties have been assigned to disc brakes at the front and drum units at the rear, the safety co-efficient sits high up courtesy of the likes of as many as seven SRS airbags, ABS with EBD & Brake Assist, Vehicle Stability Control, Hill-Start Assist, Toyota Vehicle Security System, ISOFIX seat anchors, parking sensors with a reverse camera, and many others.
The Toyota Vios is not the Philippines' best-selling sedan for no reason. It looks good, offers ample comfort & tech, and comes equipped with two of the more refined engines out there in the market. Moreover, the best part remains to be the high number of safety features that are present across the range as standard equipment. Hence, no matter if you purchase the base variant or the top-of-the-line model, your Vios will be just as safe. Just in case you want to get the most out of your Vios, go for any of the manual variants instead of the CVT equipped models.