Toyota Avanza

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Toyota Avanza
2022 Toyota Avanza 1.5 G Toyota Safety Sense W101RE (20220403).jpg
2022 Toyota Avanza 1.5 G TSS (W101RE, Indonesia)
Overview
ManufacturerDaihatsu
Also called
  • Daihatsu Xenia
  • Toyota Veloz (2021–present)
  • Perodua Alza (Malaysia, 2022–present)[1]
ProductionDecember 2003 – present
Body and chassis
Class
Body style
Layout
Chronology
PredecessorToyota Kijang (F70)

The Toyota Avanza and Daihatsu Xenia are cars developed by Daihatsu and marketed by both Toyota and Daihatsu. It is a multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) and mainly sold with three-row seating.[4][5] The Avanza and Xenia were developed as an entry-level MPV marketed mainly for the Indonesian and other emerging markets, and mainly produced in Indonesia by Astra Daihatsu Motor.[6] Avanza's spiritual predecessor was the Kijang, whose model program has since been split to two different models (the other being the larger Kijang Innova) to expand Toyota's reach in the MPV sector.

In addition to Indonesia, the Avanza is sold throughout Southeast Asia, Mexico, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, the Middle East, Caribbean, Egypt, South Africa and other various African countries. A rebadged version of the car was sold in China under the FAW badge until 2016.[7]

In 2021, the Avanza spawned another twin model called the Toyota Veloz, which the "Veloz" name was previously used for Avanza's flagship grade level for some markets between 2011 and 2021. The Avanza also served as a basis for the second-generation Perodua Alza, which was introduced in Malaysia in 2022.[1]

The Avanza has been the best-selling passenger car in Indonesia between 2006 and 2019, and then in 2021. At the height of its popularity in 2013, the Avanza made up 17 percent of total car sales in Indonesia (22 percent combined with the Xenia).[8] By November 2018, around 2.75 million units of Avanza/Xenia had been sold globally.[9]

Etymology[edit]

The name "Avanza" is taken from the Spanish word which means "get moving" and Italian word "avanzato", which means "advance", while "Xenia" is taken from the Greek word "Xenia" (a Greek concept of hospitality), which means "guest-friendship".[10] The name "Veloz" is taken from the English word "velocity" and the Spanish word "velocidad", meaning "fast".

Development[edit]

The Avanza and Xenia were both conceived by Toyota, Daihatsu and its Indonesian subsidiaries in the wake of the 1997 Asian financial crisis. At the time, the price of the best-selling Kijang had skyrocketed, while the economy in the country had just recovered from the crisis.[11] Feasibility studies started in 1999 when Toyota-Astra Motor proposed for a more affordable vehicle under the Kijang for the Indonesian market. Toyota Motor Corporation handed the development and manufacturing of the vehicle to Astra Daihatsu Motor due to Daihatsu's expertise on low-cost vehicles in Indonesia.[12] Toyota and Daihatsu invested a total of US$90,000,000 for the project.[13]

The project was also referred by Toyota as the U-IMV (Under-IMV) project, a reference to the Innova that sits in a segment above the Avanza which rides on the IMV platform.[14] Unlike the Kijang and the succeeding Kijang Innova that utilises full ladder frame chassis, the first and second-generation Avanza/Xenia uses a semi-monocoque "unibody" chassis construction where the front half of the chassis is ladder frame, while the rear half is monocoque.[15][16] This hybrid-type chassis made it possible for the vehicle to retain the rear-wheel drive layout from the previous generations of Kijang along with its ability to handle heavier loads. According to journalists, it also came with several downsides such as unstable ride during high speeds and unrefined NVH levels.[17]

The third-generation model ditched the "unibody" chassis construction with rear-wheel drive in favour of a monocoque chassis of the Daihatsu New Global Architecture with front-wheel drive. According to Toyota and Daihatsu, the switch was made due to improving infrastructure quality in Indonesia along with efficiency, performance and comfort benefits of the front-wheel drive layout.[18]

The first-generation Avanza/Xenia was assembled at the first Indonesian Daihatsu plant in Sunter, Jakarta. Between 2008 and 2011, Toyota also manufactured the car in Karawang under contract to meet the high demand.[19] The second-generation model is assembled at the same plant as the first-generation model and also at the second Daihatsu plant in Karawang, West Java, from April 2013 to an unspecified period.[20][21] For the third-generation model, production in Indonesia is split between the Daihatsu plant in Sunter for the Avanza and Xenia, and at the Toyota plant in Karawang for the Veloz.[22] It is also contract assembled in Malaysia by Perodua for the first and third-generation models to be sold by Toyota with the Avanza and Veloz badging respectively.

Engines[edit]

Petrol engines
Chassis code Model Engine Transmission Power Torque Applications
F600/F650 1.0[23] 989 cc EJ-DE DOHC 12-valve EFI straight-three 5-speed manual 42 kW (56 hp; 57 PS) at 5,200 rpm 90 N⋅m (66 lb⋅ft) at 3,600 rpm Xenia (2003–2006)
989 cc EJ-VE DOHC 12-valve EFI straight-three with VVT-i 46 kW (62 hp; 63 PS) at 5,600 rpm 90 N⋅m (66 lb⋅ft) at 3,600 rpm Xenia (2006–2016)[24]
F601/F651 1.3[23][25] 1,298 cc K3-DE DOHC 16-valve EFI straight-four 63 kW (84 hp; 86 PS) at 6,000 rpm 116 N⋅m (86 lb⋅ft) at 3,200 rpm Avanza/Xenia (2003–2006)
1,298 cc K3-VE DOHC 16-valve EFI straight-four with VVT-i 5-speed manual
4-speed automatic
65.5–68 kW (88–91 hp; 89–92 PS) at 6,000 rpm 119 N⋅m (88 lb⋅ft) at 4,400 rpm Avanza (2004–2015)
Xenia (2006–2015)
F653 1,329 cc 1NR-VE DOHC 16-valve EFI straight-four with Dual VVT-i 71 kW (95 hp; 97 PS) at 6,000 rpm 120 N⋅m (89 lb⋅ft) at 4,200 rpm Avanza/Xenia (2015–2021)
W100 5-speed manual
CVT
72 kW (97 hp; 98 PS) at 6,000 rpm 121 N⋅m (89 lb⋅ft) at 4,200 rpm Avanza/Xenia (2021–present)
F602/F652 1.5[26][25] 1,495 cc 3SZ-VE DOHC 16-valve EFI straight-four with VVT-i 5-speed manual
4-speed automatic
80 kW (107 hp; 109 PS) at 6,000 rpm (2006–2011)
76.5 kW (103 hp; 104 PS) at 6,000 rpm (2011–2015)
141 N⋅m (104 lb⋅ft) at 4,400 rpm (2006–2011)
136 N⋅m (100 lb⋅ft) at 4,400 rpm (2011–2015)
Avanza (2006–2015)
F654 1,496 cc 2NR-VE DOHC 16-valve EFI straight-four with Dual VVT-i 76.5 kW (103 hp; 104 PS) at 6,000 rpm 136 N⋅m (100 lb⋅ft) at 4,200 rpm Avanza (2015–2021)
Xenia (2019–2021)
W101/W151 5-speed manual
CVT
78 kW (105 hp; 106 PS) at 6,000 rpm 137 N⋅m (101 lb⋅ft) at 4,200 rpm Avanza/Veloz/Xenia (2021–present)
Alza (2022–present)

First generation (F600; 2003)[edit]

First generation (F600)
Toyota Avanza (first generation) (front), Serdang.jpg
Avanza 1.3 (F601M; pre-facelift, Malaysia)
Overview
Also called
  • Daihatsu Xenia (Indonesia and China)
  • FAW Senya M80/S80 (China)[27][28][29]
  • FAW Sirius S80 (South Africa and Pakistan)
  • Pyeonghwa Ppeokkuggi 1059 (North Korea)[30]
Production
  • December 2003 – September 2011 (Daihatsu/Toyota)
  • 2007–2016 (FAW)[31]
Assembly
Designer
  • Kenta Shimoguchi (pre-facelift and facelift)[34][35][36]
  • Manabu Fukuda and Takuya Saiwaki (pre-facelift)[34][36]
  • Nobuhiro Hata, Shingo Sakai and Shinichi Nakabayashi (facelift)[35]
Body and chassis
ClassMini MPV
LayoutFront-engine, rear-wheel-drive
Related
Powertrain
Engine
Power output
  • 42 kW (56 hp; 57 PS) (EJ-DE)
  • 46 kW (62 hp; 63 PS) (EJ-VE)
  • 63 kW (84 hp; 86 PS) (K3-DE)
  • 65.5–68 kW (88–91 hp; 89–92 PS) (K3-VE)
  • 80 kW (107 hp; 109 PS) (3SZ-VE)
Transmission
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,655 mm (104.5 in)
Length4,070–4,120 mm (160.2–162.2 in)
Width1,630–1,640 mm (64.2–64.6 in)
Height1,685–1,695 mm (66.3–66.7 in)
Kerb weight980–1,095 kg (2,161–2,414 lb)

Markets[edit]

Indonesia[edit]

The Avanza was unveiled on 11 December 2003[39][40] and released on 15 January 2004.[41] The car emerged from the first collaboration project between Toyota and Daihatsu in Indonesia with development led by Toyota chief engineer Kaoru Hosokawa, product planning leader of Toyota Commercial Vehicle Development Centre.[42][43] It was manufactured at Astra Daihatsu Motor's Sunter assembly plant, with 61 percent of its parts sourced locally.[44]

While Toyota targeted a total sales of 30,000 for the year 2004, in January, a total of 25,000 bookings for the car had been received, leading to the increase of production capacity.[45][46] It sold 43,936 units in that year, which made it the third best-selling car in Indonesia.[47] The Avanza emerged as the best-selling car there from 2006, replacing the Kijang Innova which held the title in 2005.[48][49]

At launch, the Avanza was initially available with two grade levels: the 1.3 E and 1.3 G, both powered with a 1.3-litre K3-DE four-cylinder engine mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. Starting from July 2004, the limited-production 1.3 S grade with a 4-speed automatic transmission was available to the Indonesian market.[50] Similar to the export models, the 1.3-litre engine was upgraded to use variable valve timing (VVT-i) technology and individual direct ignition coils, while changing the designation to K3-VE. The variant also included the anti-lock braking system and extra sound dampening materials.[51][52] For the first time, a black exterior colour option was also added at the same time.

In July 2006, it received its first facelift with an updated grille, bumpers, interior colour and taillights.[53] The 1.3 E and 1.3 G grades were upgraded to use the K3-VE 1.3-litre VVT-i petrol engine, complied with Euro 2 standards.[54] In October 2006, the flagship 1.5 S grade was introduced. It is powered by a 3SZ-VE 1.5-litre VVT-i petrol engine along with dedicated front bumper, rear bumper, side skirts and grille designs.[55]

The Avanza received an update on 14 October 2008 with an updated ceiling with grooves to improve airflow, a revamped interior and steering wheel with four spokes. It received a front bumper mesh grille, added fog light garnish and a chrome accent in the rear window.[56][57] On 17 November 2009, the 1.3 E and 1.3 G grades received a 4-speed automatic transmission option.[58]

Malaysia[edit]

In Malaysia, the Avanza was unveiled on 7 October 2004 and launched on 29 October 2004. Sold through UMW Toyota distribution network,[59] it was assembled by Perodua Manufacturing Sdn. Bhd., a subsidiary of Daihatsu, by importing CKD kits from Indonesia.[60][61] In October 2006, the Avanza received its facelift in Malaysia.[62]

In 2006, Avanza makes up 40 percent of Toyota total sales in Malaysia and around 140,000 units was sold in the country.[54][63]

Philippines[edit]

In the Philippines, the first-generation Avanza had been on sale since 2006.[64][65] It was available in two grade levels: the J grade with a 1.3-litre engine, having no power windows and locks, and only available with a manual transmission, while the G grade has a 1.5-litre engine, and available with a five-speed manual transmission and a four-speed automatic transmission respectively. In 2008, the J grade was made available without the third row seat. This particular grade is popularly used as metered taxicabs in the Philippines. The Avanza was also updated in 2008 with an updated ceiling with grooves to improve airflow to the rear and an updated interior colour scheme.

Thailand[edit]

In Thailand, the first-generation Avanza had been on sale since mid-2004.[44][66]

Gallery[edit]

Daihatsu Xenia[edit]

A twin model called Daihatsu Xenia also offered as a more affordable alternative to the Avanza in Indonesia. Generally, the Xenia is equipped with less safety equipment than the Avanza, while offering more dealer-installed accessories options such as front bumper guards, rear spoiler, or side body moulding to attract consumers. In Indonesia, the Xenia was available in three grade levels: 1.0 Mi, 1.0 Li and 1.3 Xi. Several accessories package was offered to the Li and Xi variants, including Plus, Deluxe, Family and Sporty. In November 2009, the automatic transmission option for the 1.3 Xi grade was launched.[67]

It is powered by the same 1.3-litre engine found in the Avanza and additional 989 cc EJ-DE (before 2006) and EJ-VE three-cylinder engines with power and torque rating at 42–46 kW (56–62 hp; 57–63 PS) at 5,600 rpm and 90 N⋅m (67 lb⋅ft; 9.2 kg⋅m) at 3,600 rpm.[37] To minimize the weight and the workload to the engine, the 1.0-litre variant was not available with double blower air conditioner and is fitted with 13-inch wheels. Throughout its production, the 1.0-litre Xenia was only offered with a 5-speed manual transmission.

Apart from Indonesia, the Xenia was also sold in China. It was previewed by the "D-01" crossover prototype at the Auto China in November 2006,[68] and went on sale in June 2007. Seven-seat and five-seat models (with two rows of seats), either with a 1.3-litre or a 1.5-litre engine, were available. It was produced by FAW Jilin Auto and was also sold as the FAW Senya M80.[69] It was discontinued January 2010 when Daihatsu pulled out from Chinese market and the joint venture for auto parts also dissolved in 2010. However, it continued to be produced and sold under license carrying the FAW marque.[70]

Gallery[edit]

FAW Senya M80/S80[edit]

In China, Daihatsu together with First Automobile Works (FAW) launched the first-generation Xenia as the FAW Senya M80 (Chinese: 一汽森雅M80; pinyin: Yīqì Sēnyǎ M80) on 21 June 2007. The Senya M80 was originally simply called the FAW Senya,[71] but later developed a whole range of products based on the Senya platform and was soon renamed to Senya M80. The crossover-styled version called the Senya S80 was introduced later.[72] Production in China was carried out at FAW Jilin Auto until 2010.[73]

The Senya S80 was revealed during the 2010 Beijing Auto Show.[74] Starting from the M80 and S80 of the Senya series, FAW Jilin started the Chinese brand Senia (森雅), which later became a brand focusing on crossovers.[75] A later facelift changed the front and rear ends of the Senya S80 which departs it from the Daihatsu-derived designs.

FAW sold 223,461 units during its production until the Senya M80/S80 was discontinued in 2016.[7]

A rebadged Senya S80 was also sold in North Korea by Pyeonghwa Motors as the Ppeokkuggi 1059 since 2013.[30]

Gallery[edit]

Second generation (F650; 2011)[edit]

Second generation (F650)
2014 Toyota Avanza 1.3 E wagon (F651RM; 01-28-2019), South Tangerang.jpg
2014 Avanza 1.3 E (F651RM; pre-facelift, Indonesia)
Overview
Also called
  • Daihatsu Xenia
  • Toyota Transmover (fleet only)
ProductionOctober 2011 – present[76][when?]
AssemblyIndonesia: Sunter, North Jakarta (ADM); Karawang, West Java (ADM, since 2013)
Designer
List
  • Hiroaki Hakamata and Yukinobu Morioka (pre-facelift and 2015 facelift)[77][78]
  • Satoshi Kimura (pre-facelift)[77]
  • Mark Widjaja (Avanza Veloz and 2019 facelift)[79][80][81][82][83]
  • Indra Madyana and Wahyu Kusuma Danny (Avanza Luxury)[84]
  • Jiro Matsueda and Satoshi Isayama (2015 facelift)[78]
  • Zaki Mubarok and Donny Adhi Yuwono (2019 facelift)[85][81][82][83]
Body and chassis
ClassMini MPV
LayoutFront-engine, rear-wheel-drive
RelatedToyota Rush (F800)
Powertrain
Engine
  • Petrol:
  • 989 cc EJ-VE I3 (F650; Xenia only)[24]
  • 1298 cc K3-VE I4 (F651)
  • 1329 cc 1NR-VE I4 (F653)
  • 1495 cc 3SZ-VE I4 (F652; Avanza only)
  • 1496 cc 2NR-VE I4[25] (F654)
Power output
  • 46 kW (62 hp; 63 PS) (EJ-VE)
  • 68 kW (91 hp; 92 PS) (K3-VE)
  • 71 kW (95 hp; 97 PS) (1NR-VE)
  • 76.5 kW (103 hp; 104 PS) (3SZ-VE/2NR-VE)
Transmission
  • 5-speed manual
  • 4-speed automatic
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,655 mm (104.5 in)
Length
  • 4,140 mm (163.0 in) (pre-facelift)
  • 4,190–4,200 mm (165.0–165.4 in) (facelift)[86]
Width1,660 mm (65.4 in)
Height1,685–1,695 mm (66.3–66.7 in)
Kerb weight1,005–1,130 kg (2,216–2,491 lb)
Chronology
SuccessorToyota Rumion (South Africa)[87][88][89]

The second-generation Avanza was launched on 9 November 2011 in Indonesia with development led by Toyota chief engineer Kaoru Hosokawa.[90][91][92]

Markets[edit]

Indonesia[edit]

The second-generation Avanza is available in three grade levels: 1.3 E, 1.3 G, 1.5 G, and 1.5 Veloz (replaced the S grade).

On 15 May 2013, dual SRS airbags and front seatbelts with force limiter and pre-tensioner became standard in all Avanza models.[93]

The Avanza received its first facelift on 12 August 2015 with development led by chief engineer Kazuhiko Yamashita.[94] The changes consist of a newer engine, where the previous K3-VE engine replaced by a 1.3-litre 1NR-VE Dual VVT-i unit, while the 3SZ-VE engine replaced by a 1.5-litre 2NR-VE Dual VVT-i unit. Other changes includes an updated front and rear fascias, interior colour, head unit and ABS/EBD as standard (previously only available on Veloz grade). The Veloz grade also received a 1.3-litre engine option, which can be equipped with either manual or automatic transmission.[95][96][97] Drive-by-wire system became standard in all models. The "Avanza" branding was omitted in marketing materials for the Veloz grade.

The Avanza received its second facelift on 15 January 2019 with development led by chief engineer Kazutoshi Sakamoto.[98] The front fascia was redesigned with a split-styled headlights, while the side mirrors is shared with the F800 series Rush. The rear fascia also received an update. LED headlights became standard on all variants, along with shark fin antenna, updated alloy wheel design and interior colour, digital air conditioner controls, auto retractable outer mirror (for G and Veloz grades), keyless entry system with push start engine button (for Veloz grade), and revised suspension tunings.[99][100][101]

The GR Limited variant for the Veloz grade was launched on 9 August 2021, which also replaced the regular model. It came with a Gazoo Racing-branded bodykit, with black-coloured mirror cover and alloy wheels. No changes were made to the interior. Powertrain options also remain the same with 1.3-litre and 1.5-litre engines.[102][103] Production lasted until October 2021 with 3,805 units sold.

Transmover[edit]

In November 2016, Toyota-Astra Motor introduced the Toyota Transmover (downgraded Avanza below the E grade) for fleet usage in the market. It also replaces the Vios-based Limo sedan for taxicab usage.[104][105][106] After the 2019 facelift for the Avanza, the Transmover retained the previous front fascia while received improvements from the second facelift Avanza such as retuned suspension, digital air conditioner controls, and shark fin antenna.[107]

Since November 2021, with the introduction of the third-generation Avanza, the Transmover became the sole second-generation Avanza variant sold for fleet markets.[76]

Malaysia[edit]

The second-generation Avanza was launched in Malaysia on 11 January 2012. Unlike the first-generation model, the car was not assembled in Malaysia in favour of the first-generation Perodua Alza. It was initially available in four grade levels: 1.3 E, 1.5 E, 1.5 G and 1.5 S (known in Indonesia as the Veloz). The 1.3-litre models was powered by the K3-VE VVT-i engine with a 5-speed manual transmission. while the 1.5-litre models was powered by the 3SZ-VE VVT-i engine with a 4-speed automatic transmission.[108] The facelift version was launched in January 2016.[109] In February 2018, the 1.5 X grade was added to the range and positioned above the 1.5 S. It had several aesthetic add-ons to give the exterior a more rugged, crossover-inspired appearance.[110] The second facelift Avanza was launched in Malaysia on 17 May 2019, with all models received the front fascia from the Indonesian market Veloz. Three grade levels were offered: 1.5 E, 1.5 S and 1.5 S+. The blind spot monitor and rear-cross traffic alert safety equipment was offered on the 1.5 S+ grade.[111] It was replaced by the W100 series Veloz in 2022.

Philippines[edit]

The second-generation Avanza was launched in the Philippines on 13 January 2012.[112] It was available in three grade levels: 1.3 J, 1.3 E and 1.5 G. The first facelift was launched in September 2015 and the second facelift in May 2019 respectively. In October 2017, the fourth grade was added to the line up: 1.5 Veloz.[113][114][115] In the 2019 facelift, the G and Veloz grades received a 6.8-inch infotainment screen.

The van version of the Avanza was also offered which was set below the base variant that has only two seats, without radio, no speaker (with radio and 2 speakers, optional) and has steel wheels. The second and third row seats are removed to make room for the cargo area. It was only offered in white colour and powered with a 1.3-litre engine (with 5-speed manual transmission only).[2]

Singapore[edit]

The second-generation Avanza was available in Singapore from November 2013, slotting in the MPV segment as a more affordable choice below the Wish. Only the 1.5 S grade was available with a four-speed automatic transmission. The Avanza later received a facelift in early 2016 but was discontinued in November that year with the launch of the Sienta.

Thailand[edit]

The second-generation Avanza was available in Thailand from 10 January 2012 in three grade levels: the 1.5 E; available with a 5-speed manual transmission, 1.5 G and 1.5 S; available with a 4-speed automatic transmission. It received facelifts in 2015 and 2019, and was replaced by the W100 series Veloz in 2022.

Gallery[edit]

Pre-facelift
First facelift
Second facelift

Daihatsu Xenia[edit]

Alongside the Avanza, Daihatsu also launched the second-generation Xenia on 9 November 2011 for sale in Indonesia only. It remained to serve as a more affordable alternative to the Avanza.[116]

The Xenia was initially available in four different grade levels: 1.0 D, 1.0 M, 1.3 X and 1.3 R. The D, M and X grades came with the 5-speed manual transmission, while the R can have either a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic unit. The D and M grades came powered with a 989 cc EJ-VE three-cylinder engine, while the X and R grades came powered by a 1.3-litre K3-VE four-cylinder unit. Both engines came equipped with Toyota's electronic fuel injection with VVT-i.[116] Like the previous generation, the Xenia had accessories packages that acts as sub-variant, including Plus, Deluxe, Family and Sporty packages. Between 2011 and 2014, a flagship variant called R Attivo was offered. It offered a rugged body kit and the roof rails, giving a crossover-inspired look.[117]

In May 2013, the Xenia was updated along with the Avanza to include improved safety and comfort equipment. Dual SRS airbags and seat belt warning indicator became standard in the lineup.[118]

The Xenia received its first facelift in August 2015. The changes were the same as the Avanza, which consist of an updated fascia, headlights and taillights, and two-tone brown interior colour. The X and R grades received a newer engine, both became powered by a 1.3-litre 1NR-VE Dual VVT-i engine. The 1.0-litre engine option remains unchanged.[119]

In August 2016, the 1.0-litre Xenia models were discontinued in favour of the smaller, front-wheel-drive Sigra.[24]

A crossover-styled variant called the Custom was launched in November 2017, based on the R grade.[120]

In January 2019, the Xenia received its second facelift. Like the Avanza, it consists of an updated front fascia with LED reflector headlights, side mirrors, and rear fascia. Other changes includes digital air conditioner, auto retractable mirrors and revised suspension tunings. The keyless entry system with push start/stop engine button is not available on the Xenia. Alloy wheels were standard in the lineup. For the first time, the Xenia received a 1.5-litre 2NR-VE Dual VVT-i engine option, exclusive to the R Deluxe variant.[121]

Similar to the Transmover, the base 1.3 X grade with manual transmission is the sole variant of the Xenia sold alongside the third-generation model since November 2021.[76][122]

Gallery[edit]

Pre-facelift
First facelift
Second facelift

Safety[edit]

The African version of the Avanza with no ABS received 4-star safety rating for adult occupants and 2 stars for infants from Global NCAP in 2019 (similar to Latin NCAP 2013).[123]

ASEAN NCAP test results for the 2013 Toyota Avanza 1.3 E M/T (RHD):[124]

Score Rating
Adult Occupant Protection 12.98/16.00
Child Occupant Protection 18.47/49.00 38%
Overall

ASEAN NCAP test results for the 2013 Daihatsu Xenia 1.3 R M/T (RHD):[125]

Score Rating
Adult Occupant Protection 12.34/16.00
Child Occupant Protection 15.95/49.00 33%
Overall

Third generation (W100/W150; 2021)[edit]

Third generation (W100/W150)
2022 Toyota Avanza 1.3 E, IIMS Hybrid, Grand City, Central Surabaya.jpg
2022 Avanza 1.3 E (W100RE, Indonesia)
Overview
Also called
ProductionNovember 2021 – present
Assembly
Designer
List
  • Jiro Matsueda, Katsutaro Kimura and Koichi Mizuta (all models)
  • Antonius Wibowo, Manabu Fukuda and Zaki Mubarok (Avanza)[126]
  • Hideyu Honda (Veloz)[127]
  • Jendro Trimaryanto and Ryoichi Asaumi (Xenia)[128]
  • Ayumi Kadota and Koji Nagai (interior)[129][130]
Body and chassis
ClassCompact MPV
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel-drive
PlatformDaihatsu New Global Architecture: DNGA-B[131]
RelatedToyota Raize
Powertrain
Engine
  • Petrol:
  • 1329 cc 1NR-VE I4 (W100; except Veloz and Alza)
  • 1496 cc 2NR-VE I4 (W101/W151)
Power output
  • 72 kW (97 hp; 98 PS) (1NR-VE)
  • 78 kW (105 hp; 106 PS) (2NR-VE)
Transmission
  • 5-speed manual
  • CVT
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,750 mm (108.3 in)
Length
  • 4,395 mm (173.0 in)
  • 4,475 mm (176.2 in) (Veloz)
  • 4,425 mm (174.2 in) (Alza)
Width
  • 1,730 mm (68.1 in)
  • 1,750–1,775 mm (68.9–69.9 in) (Veloz)
Height
  • 1,665–1,700 mm (65.6–66.9 in)
  • 1,660–1,670 mm (65.4–65.7 in) (Alza)
Kerb weight1,080–1,185 kg (2,381–2,612 lb)
Chronology
Predecessor

The third-generation Avanza was launched on 10 November 2021.[132] Departing from the previous generations' rear-wheel drive layout, it is based on the front-wheel drive Daihatsu New Global Architecture, riding on a full monocoque chassis as opposed to the previous "unibody" construction. Development was led by Daihatsu chief engineer Eiji Fujibayashi.[133] Its exterior dimensions are longer by 205 mm (8.1 in) and wider by 70 mm (2.8 in), creating a significantly larger footprint compared to the previous generations. The wheelbase has been increased by 95 mm (3.7 in), and the interior space is longer by 160 mm (6.3 in). Despite the longer body, its turning radius only slightly increased to 4.9 m (16.1 ft) and its weight is claimed to decrease by around 45 kg (99 lb).[134][135]

The 1.3-litre 1NR-VE and the 1.5-litre 2NR-VE engines received upgrades which increased their outputs by 1.5 kW (2 hp; 2 PS).[136] A split-gear CVT system called the "Dual-Mode CVT" (D-CVT) developed by Daihatsu has been adopted for automatic transmission models.

Markets[edit]

Asia[edit]

Indonesia[edit]

For the Indonesian market, grade levels for the Avanza consists of 1.3 E and 1.5 G, both available with either a manual transmission or CVT. The 1.5 G grade is also available with advanced driver-assistance systems package branded as Toyota Safety Sense as an option.[137]

Philippines[edit]

The third-generation Avanza was launched in the Philippines on 7 March 2022 and is offered in 1.3 J (manual only), 1.3 E (manual and CVT), and 1.5 G (CVT only) grade levels.[138]

Vietnam[edit]

The Vietnamese model was launched on 22 March 2022 and is marketed as the Avanza Premio to distinguish it from the previous generation. Exclusively available with the 1.5-litre 2NR-VE engine, it is offered with two transmission options: manual and CVT. The latter is equipped with six airbags, Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) and Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA).[139]

Americas[edit]

Mexico[edit]

The third-generation Avanza was released in Mexico on 14 March 2022. Powered by the 1.5-litre 2NR-VE engine as standard powertrain, it is offered in LE (manual only) and XLE (CVT only) grade levels.[140][141]

Gallery[edit]

Toyota Veloz[edit]

The Veloz flagship grade level from the previous generation Avanza for some markets was spun off into a separate nameplate as the Toyota Veloz, which is marketed as an upscale alternative to the Avanza.[142] The front fascia has been redesigned to distinguish itself from the Avanza, gaining a redesigned bumper, front hood, front and rear quarter panels, and the addition of faux roof rails, creating a crossover-inspired look. The rear end is differentiated by the integrated taillight design and a distinct bumper design. It is wider by 20 mm (0.79 in) compared to the Avanza due to the inclusion of aero kits and side claddings. The model is also equipped with rear disc brakes, an electronic parking brake, a digital instrument cluster with 7-inch information display, along with other equipment.[143] The 1.5-litre 2NR-VE engine is standard. First assembled at the Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia Plant 2 in Karawang, West Java, separated from the Avanza,[22] it has also been assembled by Perodua in Rawang, Selangor, Malaysia since 2022 to be sold locally.

Markets[edit]

Indonesia[edit]

Grade levels of the Veloz in Indonesia consists of base (manual and CVT) and 1.5 Q (CVT only), with an optional Toyota Safety Sense package for the latter.

Thailand[edit]

The Thai market Veloz was launched on 24 February 2022, which replaced the F650 series Avanza.[144][145] It is offered in Smart and Premium grade levels, with CVT as standard. Toyota Safety Sense is standard for the Premium grade.

Vietnam[edit]

The Vietnamese model was launched on 22 March 2022 and is marketed as the Veloz Cross. It is offered in base and Top grade levels, with CVT as standard. Toyota Safety Sense is standard for the Top grade.[146]

Philippines[edit]

The Philippine market Veloz was introduced on 29 April 2022. Locally positioned as a "subcompact SUV", it is offered in 1.5 G and 1.5 V grade levels, with CVT as standard. Toyota Safety Sense is standard for the 1.5 V grade.[147]

Malaysia[edit]

The Malaysian market Veloz will be introduced in 2022, which will replace the F650 series Avanza. Toyota Safety Sense is standard.[148]

Gallery[edit]

Daihatsu Xenia[edit]

The third-generation Xenia was launched at the 28th Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show on 11 November 2021. Contrary to the previous generations, the Xenia received a differentiated front fascia. Grade levels available are 1.3 M, 1.3 X, 1.3 R, and 1.5 R. Astra Daihatsu Styling (ADS) package with aero kits and other accessories is available for the R grade, while the flagship 1.5 R is available with optional advanced driver-assistance systems package branded as Advanced Safety Assist (ASA).[149]

Gallery[edit]

Perodua Alza (W150)[edit]

The Avanza-based second-generation Perodua Alza was introduced on 20 July 2022. It is offered in X, H and AV grade levels with the 1.5-litre 2NR-VE engine with D-CVT as the sole powertrain option. ASA 3.0 advanced driver-assistance systems package is standard on all grades.[150] The model received a lower and more driver-oriented suspension settings, which made the Alza sit lower than the Avanza by 45 mm (1.8 in) with a ground clearance of 160 mm (6.3 in).[1] It is assembled at the Perodua plant alongside the Malaysian market Veloz.

Safety[edit]

2021 Toyota Veloz (2 airbags)
ASEAN NCAP scores[151]
Overall stars / Score 79.99
Adult occupant 27.90 / 32.00
Child occupant 43.78 / 51.00
Safety assist 16.83 / 21.00
Motorcyclist safety 9.53 / 16.00
2022 Perodua Alza X (6 airbags)
ASEAN NCAP scores[152]
Overall stars / Score 81.64
Adult occupant 28.96 / 32.00
Child occupant 43.04 / 51.00
Safety assist 19.50 / 21.00
Motorcyclist safety 8.00 / 16.00

Sales[edit]

By October 2011, there had been around 1 million Avanza/Xenia units sold, including around 113,000 exported units.[153][154] In 2012, the Avanza/Xenia was the second best-selling MPV in the world after the Chrysler minivans.[155]

By November 2018, around 2,750,576 units of Avanza/Xenia had been sold globally. The sales consisted of 1,714,196 Indonesian-market Avanzas, 393,380 exported Avanzas, and around 643,000 Xenias.[48][9][156][157]

Indonesia[edit]

Between 2006 and 2019, the Avanza held the position as the best-selling passenger car in Indonesia, before being taken by the Honda Brio in 2020.[158][159][48][160] The Avanza regained this position in 2021.[161][162][163]

By December 2019, the Avanza had been sold around 1.8 million units in Indonesia.[164]

Year Toyota Avanza Toyota Veloz Daihatsu Xenia
Sales Rank Sales Rank Sales Rank
2004 43,936[47] 3 22,006[47][165] 5
2005 54,893[166] 2 27,505[165] 6
2006 52,260[167] 1 23,555[168] 4
2007 62,010[167] 1 28,914[169] 3
2008 85,535[167] 1 34,065[170] 3
2009 100,065[171] 1 43,409[171] 2
2010 141,799[172] 1 65,901[172] 2
2011 162,367[173] 1 66,835[173] 2
2012 192,146[174] 1 73,418[174] 2
2013 213,458[8] 1 64,611[8] 2
2014 162,070[175] 1 46,710[176] 8
2015 129,205[177] 1 36,262[176] 8
2016 122,654[178] 1 44,720[179] 7
2017 116,311[180] 1 38,535[181] 8
2018 82,167[182] 1 29,521[182] 13
2019 86,374[183] 1 21,674[184] 16
2020 38,072[185] 3 7,637[186] 19
2021 56,349[161][162][163][nb 1] 1 9,760 N/A 15,555[185][187] 16

Export markets (Avanza)[edit]

Year Philippines Thailand Mexico[188] South Africa Vietnam
2007 1,307
2008 2,825
2009 3,021
2010 3,082
2011 3,672
2012 4,691
2013 4,873
2014 4,181[189] 6,505
2015 1,683[190] 8,254[191]
2016 13,466[192] 1,107[193] 11,278
2017 15,463[194] 552[195] 12,294[196] 5,321[197]
2018 10,952[198] 352[199] 11,315[200] 375[citation needed]
2019 8,185[201] 436[202] 9,208[203] 489[citation needed]
2020 5,531[204] 7,132[205] 357[citation needed]
2021 4,411[206] 9,302 2,379[207] 32[citation needed]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ 66,109 units combined with the W100 series Veloz

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