|Daihatsu Ayla (B100)|
2014 Daihatsu Ayla 1.0 X (B100RS; pre-facelift, Indonesia)
|Production||October 2012 – present|
|Assembly||Indonesia: Karawang, West Java (Astra Daihatsu Motor - Karawang Assembly Plant)|
|Designer||Mark Widjaja, Nobuhiko Ono and Jirou Matsueda|
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||5-door hatchback|
|Platform||Daihatsu Global A-Segment Platform|
|Wheelbase||2,450–2,455 mm (96.5–96.7 in)|
|Height||1,520 mm (59.8 in)|
|Kerb weight||755–880 kg (1,664–1,940 lb)|
The Daihatsu Ayla is a city car designed by Daihatsu and manufactured by Astra Daihatsu Motor in Indonesia. It is primarily developed as an entry-level hatchback that would be marketed and sold in several developing markets. The Ayla is sold by Toyota as the Toyota Agya in Indonesia, Central America and the Caribbean, and Toyota Wigo in the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Brunei and Vietnam through an OEM agreement. The car is also rebadged, redesigned and manufactured in Malaysia by Perodua as the Perodua Axia.
The car was first announced and displayed at the 20th Indonesia International Motor Show in September 2012 as Toyota and Daihatsu's answer to the Indonesia government's plan for the Low Cost Green Car (LCGC) program. The car itself is a derivative of the LA300 series Mira e:S. Initially the car was available for advance booking after the show but it only lasted for few weeks because the manufacturers were waiting for the government to finalize regulation regarding the LCGC program. The first units of Ayla and Agya rolled off the assembly line at Karawang plant on 25 October 2012, and entered mass production in September 2013. After a year since it was announced, Ayla and Agya were officially launched and sold to general public on 9 September 2013. Initially, both cars were powered by a 998 cc 1KR-DE three-cylinder engine.
In July 2013, Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) announced they would import the Agya in December to compete with the Mitsubishi Mirage under a different name. In January 2014, TMP announced that the car would be called Wigo.
The Ayla received its first facelift on 7 April 2017, along with the Agya. Its development were led by Daihatsu chief engineer Nobuhiko Ono. This facelift, depends on the variant, includes an updated front and rear bumper designs, projector headlamp with LED side lamps on some trim levels, LED tail lamp, dual airbags, 3-point seat belts, steering switch controls, side impact beams and improved interior quality. The 1.0 L variants of the Ayla retained the same headlamp design from the previous version. The facelift also includes additional engine options: the 998 cc 1KR-VE three-cylinder engine (for Agya only) and 1.2 L 3NR-VE four-cylinder engine from the Sigra, while the 1.0 L variants of the Ayla still uses the same engine as the previous version.
The first facelift Wigo was launched on 10 May 2017.
The Ayla received its second facelift on 19 March 2020, along with the Agya. This facelift, depends on the variant, includes an updated front bumper design (based on Ayla Turbo Concept for 1.2 L variants of the Ayla), updated rear lamp cluster, redesigned side mirrors from the F800 series Terios (with auto retractable outer mirror for Ayla 1.2 R, Agya 1.2 G and TRD S trims), updated 14-inch alloy wheel design shared with the upper variants of the 2019 Sigra or Calya on some trim levels, digital air conditioner controls, touchscreen entertainment system with DVD player (for Ayla 1.2 R and Agya TRD S trims), keyless entry system with engine start/stop button (for Agya TRD S trim) and an updated seat cover and door trim pattern on some trim levels. The 1.0 L variants of the Ayla still retained the same design from the previous version, with the 1.0 X trim received side mirrors from the first facelift version of the 1.2 L variants of the Ayla.
The second facelift Wigo was launched on 15 June 2020 in the Philippines.
The Ayla is only available in Indonesia in eleven different trim levels, which are:
- 1.0 D (only with 5-speed manual transmission, 2012–present)
- 1.0 D+ (only with 5-speed manual transmission, 2012–present)
- 1.0 M (with 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmission, 2012–2020)
- 1.0 M Sporty (with aero kits, 2013–2017)
- 1.0 X (with 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmission, 2012–present)
- 1.0 X Elegant (with aero kits, 2013–2017)
- 1.0 X Deluxe (with aero kits, 2017–present)
- 1.0 X Airbag (with dual airbags, 2017–2020)
- 1.2 X (with 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmission, 2017–present)
- 1.2 R (with 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmission, 2017–present)
- 1.2 R Deluxe (with aero kits, 2017–present)
- 1.0 E (only with 5-speed manual transmission, 2012–2020)
- 1.0 G (with 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmission, 2012–present)
- 1.0 TRD S (with 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmission, 2012–2017)
- 1.2 G (with 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmission, 2017–present)
- 1.2 TRD S (with 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmission, 2017–present)
In the Philippines, the Wigo comes in three trim levels:
- 1.0 E (only with 5-speed manual transmission)
- 1.0 G (with 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmission)
- 1.0 TRD S (only with 4-speed automatic transmission)
In Sri Lanka, the Wigo is offered in 1.0 G and TRD S trim levels with only the automatic transmission available.
In Brunei, the Wigo is offered in 1.0 G automatic only. It was launched in July 2015.
In 2017, the Wigo was launched in Vietnam. It is offered only in 1.2 G trim with 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmission.
Ayla Turbo Concept
The Ayla Turbo is a one-off concept car that was shown at the 26th Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show in August 2018. It is based on the 1.2 L version of the standard Ayla. The two-tone red and black exterior colour is partially inspired from the 1984 Charade de Tomaso Turbo. The front and rear bumper design has also been redesigned. The 1.2 L 3NR-VE engine has been extensively modified by fitting a turbocharger that is equipped with intercooler, wastegate and blow-off valve with 0.5 bar (7.3 psi) of boost that uprates the power output to 147 kW (197 hp; 200 PS) and torque to 242 N⋅m (178 lbf⋅ft). Further engine changes include the use of low-compression piston, dual fuel injector, open air filter and stronger connecting rod. The 3-module piggyback has been used to manipulate the engine data for performance orientation, while the exhaust system uses a stainless steel free-flow type with 63.5 mm (2.5 in) of diameter. The interior has been stripped down in order to gain lower weight and the roll cage has been added, along with FIA-certified Sparco racing bucket seats. The AC and other unnecessary features has also been removed. The car made a claimed 0-100 km/h (62 mph) acceleration in 10.3 seconds, 2.3 seconds faster than the standard car (12.6 seconds). The car was still in developmental phase at the time and costs around Rp 500,000,000 (US$35,100 as of March 2019) to build.
In the Philippines, the Wigo has been awarded Best Micro Car of the Year by the Car Awards Group for 2014–2015.
|Daihatsu Ayla||Toyota Agya||Toyota Wigo|
In September 2018, Toyota Motor Philippines issued a recall notice on over 15,000 Wigos produced from 5 April to 15 December 2017. The affected units have a faulty engine wire that may break from engine vibration, resulting in a decrease in engine power and a warning lamp illumination.
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