Toyota Noah

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Toyota Noah
2nd generation Toyota Noah.jpg
Manufacturer Toyota
Also called
Production November 2001[1] – present
Assembly Japan: Kariya, Aichi (Fujimatsu plant)[1]
Indonesia: Bekasi (Sugity Creatives) (all parts)[2]
Body and chassis
Class MPV
Body style 5-door MPV
Layout Front engine, front-wheel drive/four-wheel drive
Wheelbase 2,825 mm (111.2 in)
Length 4,580–4,625 mm (180.3–182.1 in)
Width 1,695 mm (66.7 in)
Height 1,850 mm (73 in)
Curb weight 1,500 kg (3,300 lb)
Predecessor Toyota LiteAce Noah

The Toyota Noah is an eight-seater MPV with two rear sliding doors built by Toyota and sold in Asia and Africa. A five-seater version without the third seat row is available (YY grade). Its predecessor was the Toyota LiteAce Noah. The Noah has two twin versions, named Toyota Voxy and Toyota Esquire.

The Noah's 154 hp engine takes 9.8 seconds to reach 100 km/h (60 mph) up to a top speed of 175 km/h. It also has a smoother ride and better handling than the last generation Noah.[citation needed]

First launched in November 2001, it is positioned below the Estima and Alphard, and above the Sienta. Its main competitors are the Honda StepWGN, Mazda Biante and the Nissan Serena.

The second generation Noah was released in 2007. This version has a 2.0 L gasoline direct injection engine, CVT and standard front wheel drive or available four wheel drive. The second generation Noah was discontinued in Japan when the third generation Noah was released in January 2014. However, the facelifted second generation Noah, which was released in 2010, is still in production in Indonesia as the Toyota NAV1 .

For model year 2007 on Japanese models only, G-BOOK, a subscription telematics service, is offered as an option.[citation needed]

In Indonesia, this car was launched on December 11, 2012, in two trim levels named G and V. This car was launched to fill the gap between the Alphard and Innova. The engine used is the 2.0 L 3ZR-FAE petrol inline-four.[3]

In 2014, the Indonesian NAV-1 had 3 trim levels: G, V and V Limited, all with CVT transmission only.[4]



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