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Toyota Vios
Third generation Toyota Vios-1-.jpg
Overview
ManufacturerToyota
Also calledToyota Yaris ATIV
Toyota Belta
Production2002–present
Body and chassis
ClassSubcompact car
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel-drive
RelatedToyota Platz/Echo (1999–2005)
Toyota Belta/Vitz (2005–2013)
Toyota Yaris (XP150) (2013–present)
Chronology
PredecessorToyota Tercel/Soluna

The Toyota Vios (Japanese: トヨタ ・ヴィオス, Toyota Viosu) is a four-door subcompact sedan produced by the Japanese manufacturer Toyota, primarily for emerging markets in the Asia Pacific region.

Introduced in 2002,[1] the Vios serves as the replacement to the Tercel (marketed as Soluna in Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore), which filled the Asian subcompact or B-segment class, below the Corolla and Camry that are also sold in the region. Beginning 2005, the Vios was also marketed alongside its hatchback complement, the Yaris in most Asia Pacific countries. The second generation Vios is known as the Yaris sedan in the United States, Canada, Trinidad and Tobago,[2] Jamaica, the Middle East, and Australia.

The name Vios is derived from Latin and means "to move forward".

First generation (XP40; 2002–2007)[edit]

First generation
2003-2005 Toyota Vios Ph.JPG
2003 Toyota Vios 1.5 G (NCP42) in the Philippines
Overview
Also calledToyota Soluna Vios (Thailand, 2003)
ProductionEarly 2002–Early 2008
2003–2014 (Taiwan)
AssemblyChina: Tianjin (TFTM)[3]
Malaysia: Shah Alam, Selangor[4]
Taiwan: Zhongli (Kuozui Motors)[5]
Thailand: Chachoengsao
Indonesia: Cikarang
Body and chassis
Body style4-door sedan
PlatformToyota NBC platform
Powertrain
Engine1.3 L 8A-FE (petrol)
1.3 L 2NZ-FE (petrol)
1.3 L 2SZ-FE (petrol) (China)
1.5 L 3SZ-VE (petrol) (China)
1.5 L 5A-FE (petrol)
1.5 L 1NZ-FE (petrol)
Transmission5-speed manual
4-speed automatic
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,500 mm (98.4 in)[6]
Length4,285 mm (168.7 in)[6]
Width1,695 mm (66.7 in)[6]
Height1,435 mm (56.5 in)[6]
Curb weight940–990 kg (2,072–2,183 lb)[6]

The first-generation Vios, codenamed NCP42 was assembled in Thailand's Toyota Gateway Plant in Gateway City, Amphoe Plaeng Yao, Chachoengsao Province, as part of a cooperative project between Thai engineers and Toyota's Japanese designers.

The pre-facelift Vios 1.5 G (NCP42) in Malaysia

In Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei, Malaysia, and Taiwan markets, the first-generation Vios included a 1.5 L 1NZ-FE engine with VVT-i. The smaller 1.3 L 2NZ-FE engine is offered in the Philippines. In China, the Vios comes with the 1.3 L 8A-FE engine and 1.5 L 5A-FE engine. Trim levels for Southeast Asia include J, E, S, and G, while the DLX, GL, GLX, and GLXi are offered in China.

The first generation Vios was adapted from the Platz with modified body panels and portions of the car feature design cues from the E120 Corolla. Like the Vitz and Platz, the Vios features instrument panel mounted on the top center of the dashboard.

The facelift model Vios 1.5 E in Malaysia

In September 2005,[1] the Vios received minor cosmetic changes to its exterior and interior for the 2006 model year. Updates included the front bumper, headlights and tail lights, the road wheels, speedometer dial design, and interior trim.

Toyota Vios Touring Car raced by Toyota Team Indonesia

The first generation Vios was campaigned in the Touring Car Championships in Indonesia and One Make Races in Thailand.

Taxicab versions marketed in Indonesia have less equipment and is rebadged as the Toyota Limo. This is not to be confused with certain taxis with the same name in Thailand, which use Toyota Corollas.

China[edit]

In China, the Vios was produced from 2003 to 2007 equipped with the 1.3 L 8A-FE engine and 1.5 L 5A-FE engine paired with a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic gearbox. The 5A-FE engine was replaced by the 2SZ-FE engine and 3SZ-VE engine for the 2006 model year. Trim levels consist of the DLX, GL, GLX, and GLXi trims.

Philippines[edit]

The Philippines market Vios came in J, E, and G versions. The base 1.3 J included a l4 2NZ-FE VVT-i engine, 5-speed manual transmission, 13-inch steel wheels and a central instrumental digital display. The 1.5 G is the top-of-the-line and available with either a 4-speed automatic transmission or 5-speed manual transmission, and the same wheels as the E variant.

Singapore[edit]

In Singapore, the Vios came in E and S variants and powered by a 1.5 L 1NZ-FE engine. The top-of-the-line S comes with only a four-speed automatic transmission. It has a digital speedometer, foldable wing mirrors, foglamps, chrome door handles and boot lid garnish. The E version was available in both 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmissions and has a conventional speedometer.[7]

Malaysia[edit]

The facelift model Vios 1.5 E in Malaysia

In Malaysia, the specs and engines are generally similar as Singapore, the only difference is that in Malaysia it is sold in E and G variants and comes with 15-inch alloy wheels and mudguards while Singapore versions do not.

Taiwan[edit]

In Taiwan, the Vios comes with a 1.5 L 1NZ-FE engine in E and J versions. The first generation Vios was sold and produced until the first quarter 2014.

Vios Turbo[edit]

A "Turbo" variant of the first generation Vios was made available only in Thailand. A turbocharged 1.5 L engine with an air-to-air intercooler produces 143 PS with light boost at 6400 rpm with 196 Nm of torque.[8] It goes from 0 – 100 km/h in 8.1 seconds. About 600 units were produced.[8] Standard on the Vios Turbo are a functional scoop on its hood, wrap-around body kits, stiffer springs, firmer shock-absorbers and 16-inch alloy wheels. Colours available were red, black, and silver.[8] The transmission ratio and differential ratios were based on that of a Toyota MR-S.

Technical data[edit]

Manufacturer's claims
Dimensions
Length x Width x Height (mm) 4,285 x 1,695 x 1,435
Wheelbase (mm) 2,500
Tread (mm) Front x Rear 1455 x 1430
Min. ground clearance (mm) 143
Weight (curb min.) (kg) 990 ~ 1040 (Depending on locale and grade)
Weight (gross)(kg) 1480
Trunk space VDA (Litres) 400
Minimum turning radius (m) 4.9
Powertrain
Engine 1NZ-FE
Engine Type Inline 4-cylinder DOHC VVT-i 16V
Bore x Stroke (mm) 75.0 x 84.7
Displacement (cc) 1,497
Compression ratio 10.5 : 1
Max. output (kW (PS) / rpm) 80 (109) / 6000
Max. torque (N-m (kg-m) / rpm) 142 (14.5) / 4200
Fuel supply system EFI (Electronic Fuel Injection)
Fuel tank capacity (Litres) 45
Chassis
Suspension - Front MacPherson strut with stabilizer
Suspension - Rear Torsion beam with stabilizer
Brakes - Front Ventilated discs
Brakes - Rear Discs (Type S, G, E), Drums (Type J)
Tyres 175/65 R14 (Type E, J), 185/55 R15 (Type S, G)

Second generation (XP90; 2007–2013)[edit]

Second generation
2007-2010 Toyota Vios (NCP90) 1.5 J sedan (2017-11-28).jpg
Toyota Vios 1.5J sedan (Malaysia)
Overview
Also calledToyota Belta (Japan)
Toyota Yaris Sedan (Americas, Africa, Laos, Middle East and Australia)
Production2007–2013
AssemblyChina: Tianjin (TFTM)[9]
Indonesia: Karawang
Japan: Kanegasaki, Iwate (KAW)
Malaysia: Shah Alam, Selangor
Philippines: Santa Rosa, Laguna
Thailand: Chachoengsao
DesignerTakashi Hagino (2003)
Body and chassis
Body style4-door sedan
PlatformToyota B platform
RelatedToyota Vitz
Toyota Belta
Powertrain
Engine1.3 L 2NZ-FE (petrol)
1.5 L 1NZ-FE (petrol)
1.6 L 4ZR-FE (petrol)
1.6 L 1ZR-FE (petrol) (China)
Transmission5-speed manual
4-speed automatic
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,550 mm (100.4 in)[10]
Length4,300 mm (169.3 in)[10]
Width1,700 mm (66.9 in)[10]
Height1,460 mm (57.5 in)[10]
Curb weight1,075–1,110 kg (2,370–2,447 lb)[10]

The new Vios is essentially a re-badged Belta sedan, which was launched in April 2007. The model code for cars with 1.5 L 1NZ-FE engines is NCP93 and is only available where the Vios is marketed, including the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei and Thailand. As was the first generation Vios, the second generation Vios is assembled at Thailand's Toyota Gateway Plant and also at the Philippines Santa Rosa, Laguna Plant.

In the USA, Canada, the Middle East and Australia, it is marketed as the Yaris Sedan, replacing the Echo sedan that was built in Japan. It is named "Toyota Belta" in the Japanese market. The Vios is the top selling car in Southeast Asia in 2009.[11]

The new Vios interior was upgraded with convenience features and a flat rear floor.

China[edit]

The second generation Vios was introduced to China in 2008. The major difference of the Vios in China is that the larger capacity models are powered by the new 1.6 L 1ZR-FE engine with Dual VVT-i. The new engine system adjusts timing on both intake and exhaust camshafts.

Unlike other markets, Mainland China uses version naming as follows:[12]

  • 1.3GL-i (Standard - automatic or manual)
  • 1.3GL-i Special (Standard - automatic or manual)
  • 1.6GL-i Special (Leather seats with sunroof)
  • 1.6GL-S Sports AT
  • 1.6GLX-i (Sports - like GL-S, but with kit and dark interior)

Philippines[edit]

In the Philippines, the second generation Vios was launched in 2008 in 3 versions: 1.3 J, 1.3 E, and 1.5 G. All variants were available with a 5-speed manual transmission, the G variant also with a 4-speed automatic.

The 1.5 G Limited XX Edition was released in July 2008. This is the same as the G variant, but came with HID headlights, 17-inch 10-spoke alloy wheels and a small rubber spoiler. The 1.5 S also got this spoiler and different 17-inch Rota Bolognia Mags with 205/45 tires. The G XX Limited and S variants were released in different colour schemes.

A facelifted model was launched on April 6, 2010, with a new front grille, new headlamp and tail lamp assemblies, and newly designed 15-inch alloy wheels (for the G grade). It was available in three variants: the base 1.3 J mated to a 5-speed manual transmission, the 1.3 E, with the choice of a 5-speed manual or the now available 4-speed automatic transmission, and the 1.5 G, with the choice of a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission.

For 2012, a 1.3 L engine for the G variant was released, and it was mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission, then later a 5-speed manual transmission. Also available from 2012 was a variant lower than the J variant called the 1.3 Base which came only in a 5-speed manual transmission. In 2013, the 1.5 TRD Sportivo variant was released.

During its entire period on the market, the second generation Vios was the best selling car in the Philippines helping Toyota to maintain its status as the best selling brand in the country.[13][clarification needed]

Indonesia[edit]

Toyota Vios G (Indonesia)

The new Vios NCP93 was officially launched to the Indonesian market in April 2007. The Indonesian Vios can be distinguished from other countries' models with its V-shape grille ornament which is the optional for the Yaris Hatchback. Like the outgoing NCP42, the new Vios is offered in E (manual only), and G (manual and automatic) trim levels.

All models comes equipped with ABS and analog instrument panel. The E has rear drum brake, and the G comes with all discs. The higher grade G model has standard front and rear fog lamps, audio control on the steering wheel, auto-leveling HID headlamps, multi-information display and back sonar. Start/Stop push button is only available on the G with automatic transmission.

For the facelift models, the Indonesian Vios no longer featured V-shape grille ornament. It now has the same appearance as other countries' models. In addition to the regular trim levels, there is also TRD Sportivo model based on the G which adds an all-round body kit to the exterior and comes fitted with AV DVD Player with Navi Ready.

Malaysia[edit]

Pre-facelift Toyota Vios TRD Sportivo in Malaysia

The second generation Vios was unveiled in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 5 October 2007, two weeks ahead of its official launch on 19 October 2007.[14] The new Vios is powered exclusively by the 1NZ-FE 1.5 L four-cylinder engine with VVT-i, which included a redesigned air intake and exhaust system to improve low to mid-range torque. It was also fitted with the Super ECT four-speed automatic with the same gear ratios as its predecessor, but with improved programming for the transmission control unit.[14] Electric power steering was offered in place of the hydraulic system in its predecessor.[14] The second generation Vios was made available in four grades for the Malaysian market: J, E, G, and S.

The J is the base version. It was initially unavailable at the Malaysian Vios launch in October 2007, but was introduced on 1 July 2008, offering a choice of either 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmissions.[15]

The E and G differ mostly in terms of equipment levels and are mechanically identical, both sharing the 4-speed Super ECT gearbox.[16] On 29 June 2011, the G Limited was introduced offering a new body kit, 15-inch alloy wheels, and leather seats.[17]

The S is a new addition featuring cosmetic enhancements, including a front bumper spoiler, side skirts, rear skirt and a bootlid spoiler.[16] The interior received a dark grey/black trim treatment, and an Optitron meter with a multi-information display, as opposed to the E and G grades' conventional backlit display. The S grade was the most expensive Vios variant.[16] On 17 June 2009, UMW Toyota launched the new Vios 1.5 TRD Sportivo which effectively replaced the S grade.[18] It featured a new body kit, Enkei wheels, various interior trim improvements, and an optional sports suspension kit. The Vios TRD Sportivo was updated on 29 June 2011, featuring a new grille, unique alloy wheels and leather seats.[17]

On 15 April 2010, the Toyota Vios received a facelift in Malaysia, offering mostly cosmetic improvements.[19] The Vios was updated on 21 June 2012 in response to Honda Malaysia's facelift of the City, with appearance changes without significant mechanical improvements.[20]

All model grades included ABS with EBD and BA at the October 2007 launch, but the E grade was only offered with a single driver's airbag, whereas the G and S had an additional passenger airbag.[16] The J grade had no airbags at all upon its July 2008 launch, but was nonetheless offered with ABS + EBD and BA.[15] The J grade later received a driver's airbag in its 2010 facelift,[19] and a front passenger airbag in its 2012 update.[20]

The Malaysian Toyota Vios is assembled locally by ASSB, a subsidiary of UMW Toyota, in Shah Alam, Selangor. The Vios has since become the best selling non-national badged vehicle in Malaysia, achieving record sales in 2012.[21]

Singapore[edit]

The facelift model Vios TRD Sportivo in Singapore

In Singapore, the Vios was sold as the base model J, the mid-level E and the top-of-the line G, and later the TRD Sportivo model.

The J grade is the lowest version and comes standard with a CD/MP3/WMA player with 4 speakers, keyless entry, ABS/EBD/BA (on front disc brakes only), driver-only SRS airbag and interior fabric with dark grey colour seats.

The Vios E is the only manual variant after the local dealer discontinued the manual J variant in Singapore. The Vios E Classic includes an additional SRS airbag for the front passenger and side moulding. There is another variant of the E grade known as the Elegance that includes leather seats and fog lights.

The Vios G is the top version available in Singapore and comes with an automatic transmission. The Vios G adds a 6-speaker CD/MP3 player, optitron meters, four-wheel disc brakes, and 60:40 split foldable rear seats.

Optional "Sport" and “Racing” bodykit were offered and aftermarket alloy wheels that were added by the Toyota dealership in Singapore (Borneo Motors). In 2012, three new colours were added – Grey Metallic (1G3), Attitude Black Mica (211) and Blackish Red Mica (3R0) – to make 7 colours in total. In 2013, Borneo Motors (Singapore) re-introduced optional TRD "Sportivo" sports kit to the E grade which was the only variant available for the Vios.

Thailand[edit]

Thailand, which currently manufactures the Vios, is offered in three versions (J, E, and G), as well as two limited edition grades (G-Limited and S-Limited). Thailand is currently the only country that offers all existing grades of the new Vios, whilst export markets are only given a fraction of the Thai range in varying combinations. In addition, certainly the range of equipment in Thai Vios' differs from those in export versions.

The J is the basic grade of the second generation Vios, offering a CD/MP3/WMA player with four speakers, an optional keyless entry with TVSS, ABS/EBD/BA, 15-inch steel wheels with hubcaps, rear fog lamps, and interior fabric with dark grey colour seat.

The E is a medium-class variant featuring a keyless entry with TDS, an option between dark grey or ivory-coloured seat fabrics, optional driver and front passenger SRS airbags, front and rear fog lamps, 15-inch sports alloy wheels, and side moulding.

The G featuries an unchangeable 6 speaker CD/MP3/WMA player, leather seating in either dark grey or ivory, driver and front passenger SRS airbags, a multi-functional steering wheel, 15-inch sports alloy wheels front and rear fog lamps, side moulding, a blue "Optitron" panel with a multi-information display, and 60:40 fold-down rear seats.

A G-Limited includes a keyless and smart entry with TDS, a Start/Stop push button, and an immobilizer key, and a bodykit to the exterior.

A limited edition S-Limited Grade features a "Wrap-Around Aeropart" bodykit, an orange "Optitron" panel with a multi-information display, high intensity discharge headlamps with automatic height adjustment, and all-wheel disc brakes.

Audio systems in all second generation Vios grades are equipped with ASL (Auto-Speed Sound Levelizer), which detects and compensates for changes in external noise levels, adjusting volume and tone controls automatically based on the car's speed.

Toyota Thailand has also exported the Vios to the Middle East, Australia, and South Africa, where it is sold as the Toyota Yaris.

The second generation Vios has been campaigned in One Make Races in Bangkok, Thailand.[22]

Technical data[edit]

Manufacturer's claims
Dimensions
Length x Width x Height (mm) 4,300 x 1,700 x 1,460
Wheelbase (mm) 2,550
Tread (mm) Front x Rear 1470 x 1460
Min. ground clearance (mm) 150
Weight (curb min.) (kg) 1020 ~ 1110 (Depending on locale and grade)
Weight (gross)(kg) 1485 ~ 1520 (Depending on locale and grade)
Trunk space VDA (Litres) 475
Minimum turning radius (m) 4.9
Powertrain
Engine 1NZ-FE / 1ZR-FE (China)
Engine Type Inline 4-cylinder DOHC VVT-i 16V / Dual VVT-i (China)
Bore x Stroke (mm) 75.0 x 84.7 / 80.5 x 78.5 (China)
Displacement (cc) 1,497 / 1,598 (1.6 engine China)
Compression ratio 10.5 : 1 / 10.2 : 1 (1.6 China)
Max. output (kW (PS) / rpm) 1NZ-FE 80 (109) / 6000 /1ZR-FE 87 (116) / 6000 (China)
Max. torque (N-m (kg-m) / rpm) 1NZ-FE 141 (14.4) / 4200 /1ZR-FE 150 (15.3) / 4200 (China)
Fuel supply system EFI (Electronic Fuel Injection)
Fuel tank capacity (Litres) 42
Chassis
Suspension - Front MacPherson strut with stabilizer
Suspension - Rear Torsion beam
Brakes - Front Ventilated discs
Brakes - Rear Discs (S, G grade), Drums (E, J grade)
Tyres 185/60 R15 (S, G grade), 175/65 R14 (E, J grade)

Safety[edit]

ASEAN NCAP test results for a RHD, 4-door sedan on a 2012 registration:[23]

Test Score
Adult occupant protection: 4/4 stars
Child occupant protection: 48%

Gallery[edit]

Pre-facelift styling

Post-facelift styling

Third generation (XP150; 2013–present)[edit]

Third generation
ViosNSP151TRD17F.jpg
2017 Toyota Vios 1.5 TRD Sportivo (NSP151R, Indonesia)
Overview
Also calledToyota Yaris ATIV (South/Central/Latin Americas, Africa, Sri Lanka, Middle East and The Caribbean)
Toyota Yaris L sedan (China)
Production2013–present
AssemblyChina: Tianjin (TFTM)[9]
Indonesia: Karawang[24]
Malaysia: Shah Alam, Selangor[25]
Philippines: Santa Rosa, Laguna
Taiwan: Zhongli (Kuozui Motors)
Thailand: Chachoengsao
DesignerKazuya Hasegawa and Takeshi Matsuda (2011)
Akira Kasamatsu (Yaris ATIV-based facelift: 2015)
Body and chassis
Body style4-door sedan
5-door hatchback (China only)
PlatformToyota B platform
RelatedToyota Yaris (XP150)
Toyota Yaris ATIV
Powertrain
Engine1.3 L 4NR-FE (petrol) (China)
1.3 L 2NZ-FE (petrol)
1.3 L 1NR-FE (petrol) (2016)
1.5 L 5NR-FE (petrol) (China)
1.5 L 1NZ-FE (petrol)
1.5 L 2NR-FE (petrol) (2016)
1.5 L 2NR-FBE (petrol) (2016)
Transmission5-speed manual
6-speed manual
4-speed automatic
7-speed Super CVT-i (2016)
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,550 mm (100.4 in)[26]
Length4,410 mm (173.6 in)[26]
Width1,700 mm (66.9 in)[26]
Height1,475 mm (58.1 in)[26]
Curb weight1,045–1,060 kg (2,304–2,337 lb)[26]

The third generation Vios codenamed "XP150" was unveiled at the March 2013 Bangkok International Motor Show in Thailand.[27] Toyota aims to export the new Vios as a global model. The new car was sold in Thailand shortly after,[28] and from the 2nd quarter in Asia. Toyota Motors Philippines announced that the local variant of the Vios will be manufactured in Santa Rosa, Laguna.[29]

The exterior was enlarged, but keeping the same width as before. It follows the styling of the Toyota Yaris for the Southeast Asia market. The interior space was also enlarged. The speedometer position is no longer mounted on the centre of the dashboard. The Yaris sedan is marketed in Africa, South America, The Caribbean, and Middle East.

It is campaigned in One Make Races in Malaysia, Philippines and Thailand.[30]

In certain South East Asian countries, Toyota also offered a sporty Vios TRD Sportivo model with full body kit, Sportivo decals along the doors, and Sportivo trunk emblem. The Malaysian and Thai versions also comes with black interior and different alloy wheels, while the Indonesian-spec retains the beige interior of the G model which is based on.

In early 2018, the Yaris ATIV based Vios was available as a facelift instead of the XP150 based facelifted Vios sold exclusively in China and Thailand. The Yaris ATIV based Vios expected to be sold as a global model, is currently sold in most Asian countries as a 2018 model. The facelifted Vios based Yaris ATIV has a more differentiated styling, thus very similar as its European-made Aygo, and on Peugeot 107/108 and Citroën C1.

The XP150 has not been offered in the United States,[31] Canada, South Africa, Australia,[32] and New Zealand. The second-generation sedan (XP90) was sold in these countries as the Yaris, but it was dropped in late 2011 due to lackluster sales, with only the hatchback (XP130) being offered from the 2012 model year.[33] Yaris sedans subsequently sold on these markets from 2015 are based on the Mazda2 and produced for Toyota by Mazda (for North America only).

In Mexico and certain South American countries, the Vios (XP150) was sold as the Yaris Sedán.[34] From early 2018, it has been replaced by a version of the facelifted Asian-market Yaris ATIV, marketed under the Yaris Sedán name as a lower-priced alternative to the more upmarket Mazda-based Yaris R.[35]

Thailand[edit]

The third generation Vios was launched in four trim versions: J, E, G, and S. Automatic and manual transmissions were offered on the J and E. A TRD Sportivo Model was also introduced to the market.

New additions include a push start system and smart entry, an Eco meter for the automatic models and automatic air conditioners with climate control for the G and S variants.

From 2016 in Thailand, the 1NZ-FE VVT-i engine was replaced by the flex-fuel 2NR-FBE 1.5 L Dual VVT-i engine. The four-speed automatic gearbox was replaced with a new continuously variable transmission (CVT) with seven-speed mode. The five-speed manual was dropped from the lineup. The safety kit has been given an upgrade. VSC stability control on top of the usual ABS with EBD was added, and brake assist is now available across the range.[36]

An "Exclusive" version was introduced for 2016, to replace TRD Sportivo Model. It includes new 15-inch alloy wheels, a new bodykit integrated with LED daytime running lights, black leather seats, grey dashboard and door trim, piano black steering wheel and gearlever trim as well as a T-Connect infotainment system with a seven-inch touchscreen and Bluetooth connectivity. An option of White Crystal Pearl or Attitude Black Mica is only available for the Vios Exclusive.

Model 1.5 S Auto 1.5 Exclusive 1.5 G Auto 1.5 E Auto 1.5 J Auto
Headlight Blackening Projector Projector Projector Multi Reflector Multi Reflector
Eco Meter Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Side Mirror Power Adjustable Power Manual
Front Brakes Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc
Rear Brakes Disc Disc Disc Drum Drum
Tyres 195/50 R16 185/60 R15
Wheel 16 inch Blackening Alloy 15 inch alloy 15 inch alloy 15 inch alloy 15 inch alloy
Transmission 7-speed Super CVT-i
Front Fog Lamp Yes Yes No No No

The facelifted XP150 Vios was launched in Thailand on January 21, 2017. The car uses the same front fascia as Chinese market version (similar to the XV70 Camry), with the taillights inspired by Camry ACV41. The facelifted models features new 15- and 16-inch alloy wheels. Models offered include J, E, G and S.

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Singapore[edit]

The Vios was first unveiled in Singapore in May 2013, two months after its official showcase. It is available in two grades: E and G variants. Both are equipped with an automatic transmission. A fleet of manual E and J variant cars are used by ComfortDelgro Driving Centre as manual transmission training cars, but it is not otherwise sold to the public.

The E model features a touchscreen infotainment system with DVD/CD/USB/iPod/Bluetooth, keyless entry, dual SRS airbags as standard. The E (Elegance) grade has a standard switch air conditioning unit and features multi-reflector headlamps. On the other hand, the G (Grande) grade comes with auto air conditioner with climate control and projector headlamps. The G model also adds multi-function steering controls, keyless entry with push start ignition, 60:40 split foldable rear seats, a rear console armrest and touchscreen telematics navigation system. Black-toned leather seats is optional on both models. In mid 2015, both E and G variants had been updated with 16” inch rims with all 15” disc brakes for the front and rear as standard.

In January 2017, the Vios was reintroduced to the lineup with the newer 2NR-FE engine and new continuously variable transmission (CVT) with 7-speed sport sequential mode and was available for a short period of time till April 2017. On December 14, 2017, the Vios was reintroduced again as a rebadged Yaris ATIV sedan. It is available in the same two grades as before, in E and G variants.

Brunei[edit]

Alongside Singapore, the Vios was also introduced to Brunei since the first generation and has been one of the best selling car in the country. The J and E trim levels are only available with either 4-speed automatic or 5-speed manual transmissions in Brunei.

Between the initital production was in Thailand and Indonesia, the Bruneian spec third generation Vios and Yaris hatchback are fully imported from Indonesia.

The car comes with only factory double-din audio head unit, 2NR-FE Dual VVT-i engine, remote key lock and black with blue stitching fabric seats. In its model update in 2016, black-painted rims and 'V-REV' optional bodykits were added.

The facelifted Vios (based on Yaris ATIV) was launched in May 2018 (following the facelifted Yaris hatchback), but the Vios was once again used the CD/AUX/USB/radio double-din audio head unit system with 6 speakers, blue-black fabric upholsery, no 60:40 rear fold seats, no push-start stop engine button with remote key fob, different alloy rims wheel and current engine from the local distributors.

New updated features of the Vios includes daytime running lights (DRLs), Optitron speedometer, 7 airbags, new 15" alloy wheels, fog lamps, multi-function steering wheel, reverse sensors, hill-start assist control (HSA), paddle shifters and comes with new 7 colours (including Dark Blue Mica Metallic, which the pre-facelifted Silky Beige Metallic was discontinued).

Variant line-up of the Yaris ATIV based facelifted Vios are available such as 1.5 E automatic transmission and 1.5 J manual transmission for each of the models.

Malaysia[edit]

Toyota Vios 1.5 J with optional TRD Sportivo body kit (NCP150, Malaysia)

The third generation of the Toyota Vios was launched in Malaysia on October 2, 2013, and is sold in five different variants (1.5J manual, 1.5J automatic, 1.5E automatic, 1.5G automatic, and 1.5 TRD Sportivo automatic), similar to the previous generation.

There was also a TRD Sportivo variant similar to the previous generation which comes with TRD cosmetic parts and an all round bodykit featuring daytime running lights on the front bumper and 15-inch TRD wheels. The bodykit is optional on the other J, E, and G variants.

In January 2015, Smart Entry and Push Start were made standard across the entire range. The door handles and rear garnish strip on the 1.5J and 1.5E received a chrome finish. The 1.5G model received an all-black leather interior, replacing the previous beige colour scheme. It also added door sill scuff plates – also standard on the 1.5E version. Further upgrades on the 1.5G variant were also the blue-coloured front footwell illumination while the range-topping TRD Sportivo model features a similar setup, albeit with an amber-coloured setup. In-car entertainment comes courtesy of two new optional platforms. The new DVD-AVX system increased the screen to 6.1 inches (compared to the old 5.8-inch screen) with USB, SD, AUX and Bluetooth along with a reverse camera. The premium DVD-AVN option came with a new layout, a 7-inch touchscreen system, WiFi, HDMI, Bluetooth, voice recognition and a reverse camera.[39][40]

In September 2016, the third generation Toyota Vios was updated again for the Malaysian market. Updates included a new variant dubbed "GX" which is positioned between the G variant and the TRD Sportivo variant and comes with a new bodykit, smoked projector headlights, a dark chrome grille, two-tone wheels and black-and-tan combination leather seats. The 1NZ-FE VVT-i engine was replaced by the 2NR-FE 1.5 L Dual VVT-i engine across the lineup and the four-speed automatic gearbox was replaced by a new continuously variable transmission (CVT) with seven-speed mode. Vehicle stability control (VSC) and traction control also became standard across the lineup.[41][42]

In April 2017, the third generation Toyota Vios was updated again for the Malaysian market. Updates for the entire range included a dashcam becoming a standard feature across the range and the addition of a USB port in front of the gearlever. For the 1.5E, 1.5G, 1.5GX and 1.5 TRD Sportivo variant, a panormic view monitor and four exterior mounted cameras became standard and for the 1.5G, 1.5GX and 1.5 TRD Sportivo variant, automatic folding mirrors became standard.[43][44][45]

In July 2017, a "Sports Edition" was announced. It is based on the 1.5J (automatic) variant. Changes included the addition of a rear spoiler, addition of an all-round bodykit, addition of "SE" emblems and badges, 15" multi-spoke alloy wheels finished in black, black and red stripes on the exterior, amber instead of blue footwell lighting, sports seats, unique floor mats and unique gearknob, illuminated scuff plates and sports suspensions which lowered the ride height by 27mm.[46][47][48][49]

In January 2018, the third generation Toyota Vios was updated again for the Malaysian market. Updates for the entire range was a shark fin antenna and the footwell lighting being white opposed to blue. The 1.5 E, 1.5 G, 1.5 GX and 1.5 TRD Sportivo variants got illuminated steel scuff plates and a new DVD-AVX entertainment system. The G, GX and TRD Sportivo variants received front parking sensors. The base E and mid-level G still come with the older style bumper, whole the GX and TRD Sportivo each come with exclusively designed fascias. The GX retained the standard bumpers but added the full body kits similar to the pre-facelift TRD Sportivo. Inside the GX has 2-tone brown & black leather seats. The facelifted TRD Sportivo comes with all-new front bumper with wider black accent and openings, while the interior has black leather seats with red stitching. [50][51][52][53]

The facelifted Vios is based on the Yaris ATIV sedan and was launched on November 22, 2018 at the Kuala Lumpur International Motor Show. The GX and TRD Sportivo was discontinued, leaving only the J, E and G in the line up.

Philippines[edit]

In the Philippines, the third generation Vios was introduced in July 2013 with the same 4 variants as the outgoing model: 1.3 Base, 1.3 J, 1.3 E, and 1.5 G.

Both manual and automatic transmissions are available for the E and G spec trim levels, while the Base and J are available as manual only. The 1.3 L 2NZ-FE and 1.5 L 1NZ-FE engines as well as the 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmissions are carried over from the previous model.[54][55]

The E variant now receives front fog lights and the G variant now features 3-spoke leather steering wheel with audio control, multi information display beneath the speedometer and black or beige leather interior. TMP made a special event for the Vios named the "Vios Cup". In 2014 and in March 2015 the Vios Cup was held at Clark International Speedway in Pampanga. In May 2015, the Vios Cup was held in Cebu City while in September 2015, the Vios Cup was held at SM Mall of Asia.

In July 2016, the Vios received a new engine both the 1.3 and 1.5 have all new dual VVT-I engines the 1.3 L 1NR-FE & 1.5 L 2NR-FE with Dual VVT-i are available with both 5-speed manual and new 7 speed CVT transmissions.

Available colours are: Red Mica Metallic (J & E only), Silver Metallic (All Variants), Dark Brown Mica metallic (E & G only), Freedom White (Base & J variant), Orange Metallic (E & G only), Blue Metallic (G only), Black Metallic (E & G only), Grey metallic (E & G only), and White Pearl (G variant only). In 2015 a new variant of the Vios was added: 1.5 TRD, it receives TRD alloy wheels and TRD bodykits available in Orange Metallic, Blue Metallic or White Pearl.[56] Additional updated colours as of 2016 are Blackish Red Mica and Alumina Jade Metallic (E & G only).

The facelifted version of the Vios is based on the Yaris ATIV sedan and was launched on July 19, 2018. The 1.5 TRD variant was discontinued, leaving only the Base, J, E and G in the line up. The E and G Prime line up was introduced in the market.

Indonesia[edit]

The third generation Vios was launched for the Indonesian market on May 7, 2013, and initially it was imported from Thailand. Starting from December 2013, the Vios was assembled locally in Karawang, Indonesia to fulfill the local market. It was the first sedan to be manufactured at Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia (TMMIN).

Two models are available: the 1.5E and 1.5G. Both are available both in automatic and manual transmission versions and are powered by the 1.5 L 1NZ-FE engine. The TRD Sportivo model was launched at the 2014 Indonesia International Motor Show in Jakarta.

The Vios received an update on November 3, 2016 with the new 1.5 L 2NR-FE engine from the Indonesian-spec second generation Sienta, mated to a 5 speed manual or new CVT gearbox. The G and TRD received new alloy wheels, and the trunk spoiler was only installed on the TRD Sportivo.

The facelifted version of the Vios is based on the Yaris ATIV sedan and was launched on April 3, 2018. The TRD Sportivo was discontinued, leaving only the E and G in the line up.

China[edit]

The Vios-based Yaris L sedan (China)

The Vios in China was launched in November 2013 after its debut at the Shanghai Auto Show in April. The Vios is now only available in either 1.3 or 1.5 L engine variants with the higher end 1.6 L model dropped.[57] The Vios for the Chinese market will still be made locally by the FAW-Toyota joint venture that also made the previous generations for Toyota Vios.

Both models are powered by newer Dual VVT-i engines 4NR-FE and 5NR-FE specially developed for the China market.[58][59]

In 2016, a facelifted hatchback version of the third generation Vios was launched exclusively in China by the FAW-Toyota joint venture. Based on the Yaris hatchback, it is known as the Vios FS.[60] China also received the Vios-based Yaris L sedan. A 5-speed manual and CVT option are standard for both engines.

Taiwan[edit]

In Taiwan, the third generation Vios was available from the second quarter of 2014. Three models have since been available in Classic, Elegant, and Luxury variants. All models use the same 1.5 L 1NZ-FE engine from the previous model.

Additional features are available on top of the basic equipment in the premium variant which consists of a front/rear aero kit, smart entry system, engine push start button, smart climate control, multi-information display (MID) and piano lacquered trim.[61]

From the second quarter of 2016, the 1NZ-FE engine was replaced by the 2NR-FE engine and a CVT transmission. The TPMS became standard also.[62]

In March 2018, the Yaris ATIV-based version with a totally refreshed exterior was launched. VSC, TRC, and HAC became standard. The engine and transmission remain the same.[63]

Vietnam[edit]

The Toyota Vios was sold in Vietnam as the Vios E (5-speed manual), Vios E (CVT), and Vios G (CVT). All have the 1.5 L engine.[64]

The model is the best-selling car in Vietnam continuously from 2014 to 2017, with 40,599 cars sold during the period.

Facelift[edit]

The facelift model 2016 Vios (China)

The third generation facelift model Vios was unveiled at the April 2016 Auto China show. For the facelift model, there are new projector headlamps with integrated LED light guides, a wider T-shaped grille and fog lamps shifted to the lower air-dam with vertical LED DRLs affixed on the bumper. At the rear, the tail lamps feature LED-type units with revised graphics and feature a thinner linking chrome boot lid bar. The facelifted model based on the XP150 Vios with the whole new face is currently exclusive for Thailand and China.

The facelift model 2018 Vios 1.5 E (NSP151, Indonesia)

The Yaris ATIV-based Vios is sold in most Asian countries excluding Japan and Hong Kong. The same car is also offered in India, Middle East, and Latin American countries as Yaris Sedan.

As of November 2018, the Yaris ATIV-based Vios is sold in Taiwan, Singapore, Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Myanmar, Laos, and Cambodia. In the first 5 countries, the Vios is offered with 1.5 liter 2NR-FE engine, while in the last 3 countries, it only powered by the smaller 1.3 liter 1NR-FE engine. Gearbox for either engine is 5-speed manual or 7-speed simulated CVT. Generally, model grades are Base, J, E, and top of the line G. The base model comes with 2 SRS Airbag, the middle and high grade models have 7 SRS Airbag, Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), and Hill-Start Assist Control (HAC). Daylight Running Lights (DRL), rear solid disc brakes, Multi function steering switches, Automatic climate control AC with digital display, and smart engine Start/Stop button are reserved for the top of the line model. Singapore and Indonesia get the E and G models, while Indonesian buyers can choose between manual or CVT, the only gearbox for Singaporeans is CVT.[65][66] The new Vios for the Malaysian market is offered in the J, E, and G; all with CVT gearbox.

The Vios is offered in the Philippines with the choice of 1.3 litre or 1.5 litre engine. Trim levels for the locally built Vios are 1.3 Base, 1.3 J, 1.3 E, 1.3 E Prime, 1.5 G, and 1.5 G Prime. The base and J are only offered with 5-speed manual gearbox. The 1.3 E, 1.3 E Prime, and 1.5 G could be purchased with either manual or CVT. The sole transmission for the 1.5 G Prime is automatic CVT. Replacing the TRD model, the new 1.3 E Prime and 1.5 G Prime come with all around body kits noticeably the big fog lamp housing and spoiler that integrated to the front bumper, and the piano black door mirror covers. ABS, 7 SRS Airbag, VSC, and HAC are standard across the range, but Daylight Running Lights (DRL), rear solid disc brakes, Multi function steering switches, Automatic climate control AC with digital display, and smart engine Start/Stop button are installed in the cars with 1.5 litre engine.

Gallery[edit]

Pre-facelift styling

Post-facelift styling (Vios-based facelift)

Post-facelift styling (Yaris ATIV-based facelift)

Vios FS (China)

Safety[edit]

Safety features[67][68][69][70][71][72][73][N 1]
Trim Variant J E, G, S/TRD
Market Thailand Philippines Malaysia Indonesia Thailand Philippines Malaysia Brunei Singapore Vietnam
ABS with EBD and BA
TCS and ESC
Airbags 2

Sales[edit]

Toyota Vios sales between 2004 and 2013[74]
Country 10-Year Total 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004
 Thailand 625,819 108,937 115,934 61,985 67,304 49,510 45,298 45,032 35,964 47,122 48,733
 China 299,610 28,616 9,130 13,303 34,689 42,675 36,865 39,395 36,407 26,697 31,833
 Malaysia 250,000+ 29,820 33,674 29,387 32,710 22,751 20,844 20,129 16,825
 Taiwan 161,273 8,369 8,884 12,116 11,231 16,012 10,828 12,129 20,104 31,893 29,707
 Indonesia 11,087 15,323 9,375 11,823
 Vietnam 35,884 5,140 4,207 5,401 5,807 5,141 3,122 2,112 1,581 2,192 1,181
 Philippines 1,141,183
 Singapore
 Brunei
Total global sales 1,500,000+
Notes: The sales data above only apply to models sold under the Toyota Vios nameplate (except for Thailand, 2004 - 2007 which include Toyota Soluna Vios).
The Toyota Soluna, Toyota Yaris Sedan, and Toyota Belta nameplates are not applicable.
Calendar Year Thailand
2014 47,800[75]
2015 35,539[76]
2016 21,180[77]
2017 19,198[78]

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  1. ^ Legend
    Blue : Standard across all trim levels.
    Green : Available on selected trim level(s) only, full package.
    Yellow : Available on selected trim level(s) only, but is not the full package.
    Red : Not available on selected trim level(s), or is the no-frills package.

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