Toyota Etios Liva : Best In Hatchback
This review comes after using the car for 3 years. This is what a budget car with all-rounder features looks like.
Interior: Interiors of the car are designed in such a way that the car looks quite spacious from the inside. It has been designed in such a way that you find space for your mobile phone, coins, 7 bottles and cooling in glove box etc. all that is needed on a day to day basis.
Exterior: Well, I would say that it is not one of the very jazzy designed car like the competition but when you look at it, it does have a pretty graceful design. Not too boxy like the WagonR and Santro.
We have driven this car quite comfortably in Himalayas, hill stations of Maharashtra and of course day to day city too. Last year I went for a long drive and this car is not made me disappointed. You might feel a slight difference in power when you are in AC on mode and are looking for some power while overtaking. But I believe that is a minor thing and expecting a flawless change in power while switching the AC on would be unrealistic.
I think this is hands on the best part about this car. After 3 years of usage of this car, I am totally convinced that this is the best diesel car I can buy in terms of mileage. I have easily touched 25-26 KMPL on the highway and consistently experienced 18-22 KMPL in the city.
This is just amazing to drive on the highway, you can feel confident on the steering. I would want to highlight that I do experience some minor vibrations as the car goes from 120 Kmph to 140 Kmph but till 120 Kmph it is a charm to drive.
Well, I think you can easily check the on-road price of the car here but undoubtedly, this is the best car you can get in a budget of more or less INR 5-6 Lakh.
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