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Toyota Vios
ViosNSP151G3R3FR (cropped).jpg
2019 Toyota Vios 1.5 G (NSP151, Indonesia)
Overview
ManufacturerToyota
Also called
ProductionOctober 2002 – present
Body and chassis
ClassSubcompact car
Body style
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel-drive
Chronology
Predecessor

The Toyota Vios is a nameplate used for subcompact cars produced by the Japanese manufacturer Toyota, primarily for markets in Southeast Asia, China and Taiwan since 2002.[1] Slotted below the compact Corolla, the Vios serves as the replacement to the Tercel (marketed as Soluna in Thailand since 1997 and Indonesia since 2000), which filled the subcompact or B-segment sedan class in the region. It is also successor to the entry-level variants of the E110 series Corolla in some markets such as Philippines, Indonesia, and Vietnam.

From 2005, the Vios was also marketed alongside its hatchback complement known as the Yaris in many countries globally. The second-generation Vios was released in 2007, which was marketed as the Belta in Japan and Toyota Yaris sedan in the Americas,[2] the Middle East and Australia. The second-generation model shares its platform with the XP90 series Vitz/Yaris.

The third-generation Vios was released in 2013, which shares the platform with the XP150 series Yaris hatchback. It is marketed in regions outside Southeast Asia, China and Taiwan as the Yaris sedan. Through a major refresh in 2017, the Vios shares the same styling as the refreshed XP150 series Yaris hatchback. The heavily facelifted model also gained more global presence by local production in Brazil, India and Pakistan as the Yaris sedan. A separate, less major refresh was introduced for the Chinese market Vios in 2016 alongside a hatchback model marketed as the Toyota Vios FS.

In Thailand, the 2017 facelifted model was marketed as the Toyota Yaris Ativ, which shares the smaller 1.2-litre engine with the Yaris hatchback. The 1.5-litre Vios continued to be sold alongside the Yaris Ativ until 2022,[3] using the Chinese market facelift styling.

The fourth-generation model was released in 2022 in Thailand as the Yaris Ativ. It was designed and engineered by Daihatsu using the Daihatsu New Global Architecture platform.

The "Vios" name is derived from the Latin word "vio", meaning "go or travel (forward)",[4] while Toyota marketed the car in Indonesia in 2007 with the backronym "Very Intelligent, Outstanding Sedan".[5] In Indonesia, downgraded model of the Vios to cater for taxi fleet was marketed as the Toyota Limo through three generations.

First generation (XP40; 2002)[edit]

First generation (XP40)
Toyota Vios XP40 China 2012-06-16.jpg
2003–2005 Vios (NCP42; pre-facelift, China)
Overview
Also called
  • Toyota Soluna Vios (Thailand, 2002–2004)
  • Toyota Limo (Indonesia, taxi version)
Production
  • October 2002 – April 2007
  • 2003–2014 (Taiwan)
  • May 2003 – April 2007 (Indonesia)
Assembly
DesignerIssei Otsubo, Takeo Sowa and Yoshihide Aoyama (facelift)[9]
Body and chassis
Body style4-door sedan
PlatformToyota NBC platform
RelatedToyota Platz/Yaris/Echo sedan (XP10)
Powertrain
Engine
Transmission
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,500 mm (98.4 in)[10]
Length4,285 mm (168.7 in)[10]
Width1,695 mm (66.7 in)[10]
Height1,435 mm (56.5 in)[10]
Curb weight940–990 kg (2,072–2,183 lb)[10]

The first-generation Vios, codenamed XP40, 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.

In Thailand, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei, Malaysia and Taiwan markets, the Vios is equipped with 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 (Chinese: 威驰; pinyin: Wēichí) comes with the 1.3 L 8A-FE and 1.5 L 5A-FE. Trim levels for Southeast Asian markets include J, E, G and S, while the DLX, GL, GLX and GLXi are offered in China.

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

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, redesigned alloy rims, speedometer dial design, and added a console box in the interior.

The 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 Limo. This is not to be confused with certain taxis with the same name in Thailand, which use Corollas.

Markets[edit]

China[edit]

In China, the Vios was produced from 2004 to 2008 equipped with the 1.3 L 8A-FE and 1.5 L 5A-FE engines paired with a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission. The 5A-FE engine was replaced by the 2SZ-FE engine and 3SZ-VE engine in 2006. Trim levels consist of the DLX, GL, GLX and GLXi trims.

Philippines[edit]

In the Philippines, the Vios was launched in June 2003 with two trim levels; E and G. The 1.3 E was powered with a 2NZ-FE VVT-i engine, mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. It came with an analog gauge cluster and 14-inch 5-spoke alloy wheels. The 1.5 G was powered with a 1NZ-FE VVT-i engine. Additional features were foglights, power side mirrors and a digital gauge cluster. It was mated to either a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission. The base model J was introduced in June 2004. It had no power features (except for Steering) and 13-inch steel wheels. The 1.5 S was added to the lineup in early 2007 featuring a sportier body kit.

Singapore[edit]

In Singapore, the Vios came in E and S trim levels and powered by a 1.5 L 1NZ-FE engine. The top-of-the-line S trim comes with only a 4-speed automatic transmission. It has a digital speedometer, silver steering wheel trims, foldable wing mirrors, foglamps, chrome door handles and boot lid garnish. The E trim was available in either 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission and has a conventional speedometer.[11]

Malaysia[edit]

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 trim levels 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 J and E trim levels. 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, which only 600 cars were produced. A turbocharged 1.5 L engine with an air-to-air intercooler produces 143 PS (105 kW; 141 hp) with light boost at 6,400 rpm with 196 N⋅m (145 lb⋅ft) of torque.[12] It can accelerate from 0–100 km/h (62 mph) in 8.1 seconds. About 600 units were produced.[12] 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.[12][13] The transmission ratio and differential ratios were based on that of a MR-S.

Second generation (XP90; 2007)[edit]

Second-generation Vios, front
Second-generation Vios, rear

The second-generation Vios is a renamed Japanese-market Belta sedan with varying trim levels and equipment sold in Southeast Asian countries between April 2007 and March 2013. It is also sold as the Yaris sedan in North America and Australia. The model received a facelift in mid-2010 and again in 2012.

Third generation (XP150; 2013)[edit]

Third generation (XP150)
Toyota Vios XP150 (front).jpg
Vios (China; pre-facelift)
Overview
Also called
  • Toyota Yaris sedan (Latin America, Middle East, Pakistan, India)
  • Toyota Yaris Ativ (Thailand, 2017–2022)
  • Toyota Yaris L sedan (China, GAC Toyota)
  • Toyota Limo (Indonesia, taxi version)
ProductionMarch 2013 – present
Assembly
Designer
  • Hideyuki Numata, Hiroaki Suzuki, Kazuhiko Isawa and Makoto Takahashi[18]
  • Yukihiro Koide and Takuya Watabe (2018 facelift)[19]
  • Hisatoshi Katsukawa and Yoshikazu Shoji (2020 facelift)[20][21]
  • Jing-qi Zhao and Yun Yang (Chinese-market Vios, 2020 facelift)[22][23]
Body and chassis
Body style
  • 4-door sedan
  • 5-door hatchback
PlatformToyota B platform
Powertrain
Engine
Transmission
  • 5 speed manual
  • 4-speed automatic
  • 7-speed CVT transmission (2016–present)
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,550 mm (100.4 in)[24]
Length
  • 4,410 mm (173.6 in)[24]
  • 4,420–4,440 mm (174.0–174.8 in) (Yaris ATIV-based facelift)[25]
  • 4,467 mm (175.9 in) (Vios GR-S)
Width
  • 1,700 mm (66.9 in)[24]
  • 1,730 mm (68.1 in) (Yaris ATIV-based facelift)
Height
  • 1,475–1,500 mm (58–59 in)[24]
Curb weight
  • 1,045–1,060 kg (2,304–2,337 lb)[24]
  • 1,075–1,145 kg (2,370–2,524 lb) (Yaris-ATIV based facelift)

The third-generation Vios (designated XP150) for the Asian market was unveiled on 25 March 2013 at the 34th Bangkok International Motor Show in Thailand.[26] Toyota aimed to designate the third-generation Vios as a global model, for markets outside of Asia. The car was sold in Thailand shortly after,[27] and from the second quarter in Asia. The exterior was enlarged over the front and rear sections and its styling outline was later followed by the XP150 series Yaris hatchback for the Southeast Asian market. The speedometer position is no longer mounted on the centre of the dashboard.

In regions such as Africa, South America, the Caribbean and the Middle East, it is marketed as the Yaris Sedan.

In Mexico and certain South American countries, the XP150 series Vios (for global markets) was sold as the Yaris Sedán.[28] It was sold alongside the Mazda2-based Yaris R.[29]

In 2017, a major facelift model was released, which introduced new sheet metal, interior design, while sharing the same front styling with the Yaris hatchback. The facelifted model was marketed in Thailand with the 1.2-litre as the Yaris Ativ to be eligible with the Eco Car program, while the Vios continued to be sold with the Chinese facelift styling and a 1.5-litre engine as a more powerful alternative. However, the for most markets instead of the facelifted Vios sold exclusively in China and Thailand.[30]

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

The Vios has been campaigned in One Make Races in Malaysia, Philippines and Thailand.[34]

Facelift[edit]

The facelifted third-generation Vios was unveiled at the April 2016 Auto China. For the facelift model, there are 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, similar to that of the pre-facelift XV70 series Camry. At the rear, the tail lamps feature LED-type units with revised graphics and feature a thinner linking chrome boot lid bar. This facelifted model is exclusively available in Thailand and China.

In most Asian countries (excluding Japan and Hong Kong), the facelifted Vios was sold from 2018 as a major facelift model and uses model NSP151 model code for the cars with 1.5-litre engine, or NSP150 for the 1.3-litre models. It is also offered in India, the Middle East and Latin American countries as the Yaris Sedan. It measures an additional 10 mm (0.4 in) in length and 30 mm (1.2 in) in width. Although the roof and chassis used are based on the Vios sold in China and Thailand, the body panels and interior of the Yaris ATIV-based Vios are different from the NCP150 Vios.

The facelifted Vios is sold in Singapore, Brunei, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Taiwan, the Philippines, Myanmar, Laos, and Cambodia. In the first 6 countries, the Vios is offered with the 1.5-litre 2NR-FE engine, while in the last 3 countries, it only powered by the smaller 1.3 L 1NR-FE engine. Both engines are offered in the Philippines.

The facelifted Vios received a minor facelift in July 2020 with a redesigned bumper and grille, with integrated DRL dual lens LED headlamp for the range topping models. It also received added safety suite for the range topping variants.[35]

Markets[edit]

Thailand[edit]

The third-generation Vios was launched in March 2013 with four trim levels: J, E, G and S. The J and E trims were offered in either manual or automatic transmission.[36] A TRD Sportivo model was introduced in May 2015.[37]

From 2016 in Thailand, the 1NZ-FE VVT-i engine was replaced by the flex-fuel 2NR-FBE 1.5-litre Dual VVT-i engine. The four-speed automatic transmission was replaced with a CVT gearbox with seven-speed mode. The five-speed manual was dropped from the lineup, while the safety kit has been given an upgrade.[38] An "Exclusive" version was introduced for 2016 to replace TRD Sportivo model.

The facelifted Vios was launched in Thailand in January 2017, featuring the same front fascia as Chinese market model. Trim levels offered include J, E, G and S, later categorised as Entry, Mid, and High trim levels from 2018.[39]

Singapore[edit]

The Vios was first unveiled in Singapore in May 2013. It is available in two trim levels: E and G variants. Both are equipped with an automatic transmission.

In January 2017, the Vios was reintroduced to the lineup with the newer 2NR-FE engine and continuously variable transmission (CVT) with 7-speed sport sequential mode and was available for a short period of time until April 2017.

In December 2017, the facelifted Vios was introduced once more for the 2018 model year. The Vios for the Singapore market is offered in E and G model grades with only automatic CVT with a 1.5-litre 2NR-FE engine.[40]

In January 2021, the Vios received a minor facelift.[41]

Brunei[edit]

The third-generation Vios was introduced to Brunei with J and E trim levels which are available with either 4-speed automatic or 5-speed manual transmissions. Between the initial production sourced from Thailand and Indonesia, the Bruneian spec third-generation Vios and Yaris hatchback were fully imported from Indonesia.[citation needed]

The facelifted Vios was launched in May 2018 along with the facelifted Yaris hatchback. Trim levels available are 1.5 E automatic and 1.5 J manual.[citation needed]

Malaysia[edit]

The third-generation Vios was launched in Malaysia in October 2013, and was sold in five different trim choices which are J manual, J automatic, E automatic, G automatic and TRD Sportivo automatic.

In September 2016, the third-generation Vios received a new engine and additional features. The 1NZ-FE VVT-i engine was replaced by the 2NR-FE Dual VVT-i engine across the lineup and the four-speed automatic transmission was replaced by a CVT with seven-speed mode.[42][43]

In January 2015, April 2017, and January 2018, the vehicle received minor updates which mainly consists of additional features.[44][45][46][47][48][49][50] In July 2017, a "Sports Edition" trim was introduced based on the J trim.[51][52][53]

The facelifted Vios was launched in January 2019. The GX and TRD Sportivo trim was discontinued, leaving only J, E and G trim in the lineup. Manual transmission is no longer offered on the J trim.[54]

In December 2020, the second facelift model went on sale. The same J, E and G trim has been retained.[55] Alongside the existing trim levels, a new GR-S trim was introduced. It is a locally engineered model and the first model to wear the GR Sport badge in the Malaysian market. The headlining features are the "10-speed CVT" – which Toyota programmed the stepless automatic gearbox to have 10 virtual ratios in its manual mode, and sports-tuned suspension. It is equipped with 17-inch black multi-spoke wheels. The GR-S trim is available exclusively at GR Garage outlets and Toyota dealers participating in the Vios Challenge, a one-make race series in Malaysia.[56]

Philippines[edit]

In the Philippines, the third-generation Vios was launched in July 2013 with the same 4 trim levels as the outgoing model: 1.3 Base, 1.3 J, 1.3 E, and 1.5 G. Toyota Motor Philippines produces the Vios in their production plant in Santa Rosa, Laguna.[57] It is equipped with either a 1.3-litre 2NZ-FE or a 1.5-litre 1NZ-FE engine.[58][59] In 2015, the TRD Sportivo trim with TRD alloy wheels and body kit was released.[60] In July 2016, the Vios received a new engine, the 1.3-litre 1NR-FE and 1.5-litre 2NR-FE engine with Dual VVT-i, both available with both 5-speed manual and CVT transmission.[61]

The facelifted Vios was launched in July 2018. Trim levels on offer are the 1.3 Base, 1.3 J, 1.3 E, 1.5 G, and two newer trim levels, the 1.3 E Prime and 1.5 G Prime, which replaced the TRD Sportivo trim. In April 2019, the XE trim was added into the lineup.[62] In November 2019, the XLE trim was also added into the lineup.[63] In July 2020, the second facelift model was released, along with additional features and the E Prime and G Prime trims had removed at the same time.[64] In March 2021, the GR-S trim was added to the lineup.[65]

Indonesia[edit]

The third-generation Vios was launched for the Indonesian market in May 2013 and initially it was imported from Thailand. Starting from December 2013, the Vios is locally assembled in Karawang, where most of the vehicles were exported to GCC countries as the Yaris. It is the first sedan model to be manufactured at Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia. Two trim levels were available; the 1.5 E and 1.5 G which are powered by the 1.5-litre 1NZ-FE engine. The TRD Sportivo trim was launched in September 2014. A downgraded model was sold for the fleet taxi market as the Toyota Limo.

The Vios received an update in November 2016 with the 1.5-litre 2NR-FE Dual VVT-i engine mated to a 5-speed manual transmission or CVT along with minor cosmetic updates.

The major facelifted Vios was launched in April 2018.[66] The Limo version was no longer offered, to be replaced by the Transmover.[67]

Vietnam[edit]

In Vietnam, the Vios is offered in 2 trim levels; E (5-speed manual and CVT) and G (CVT). All trims have the 1.5-litre engine.[68] The first and second facelift based on the Yaris-ATIV sedan was launched in August 2018 and February 2021 respectively, the trim levels are carried over from the pre-facelift model and in the 2021 facelift, the GR-S model was also added to the lineup.[69][70]

The model is the best-selling car in Vietnam continuously from 2014 to 2018, with 67,787 cars sold during the period.[71] The Vios continued at the top of yearly sales charts through to 2020.[72]

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.[73] In the second quarter of 2016, the 1NZ-FE engine was replaced by the 2NR-FE engine and a CVT.[74]

In March 2018, the facelift model with a refreshed exterior was launched.[75]

China[edit]

The Vios was launched in China 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-litre engine variants with the higher end 1.6 L model dropped.[76] The Vios for the Chinese market are produced by the FAW Toyota joint venture. Both models are powered by newer Dual VVT-i engines 4NR-FE and 5NR-FE specially developed for the Chinese market.[77][78]

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 (Chinese: 威驰FS; pinyin: Wēichí FS).[79] The Chinese market also received the Vios-based Yaris L sedan. A 5-speed manual and CVT option are standard for both engines.

Safety[edit]

Vios (2017, NSP151) Safety features[80][81][82][83][84][85][86]
Trim Variant J (Entry) E (Mid), G (High) GR-S
Market Thailand Philippines Malaysia Indonesia Thailand Philippines Malaysia Brunei Singapore Vietnam Philippines Malaysia Vietnam
ABS with EBD and BA
VSC and HAC
Airbags 7

ASEAN NCAP[edit]

ASEAN NCAP results[87]
Overall stars
Adult occupant 32.19/36.00
Child occupant 42.44/49.00
Safety assist 11.18/18.00

Fourth generation (AC100; 2022)[edit]

Fourth generation (AC100)
2022 Toyota Yaris ATIV Smart.png
2022 Toyota Yaris Ativ Smart (Thailand)
Overview
Also calledToyota Yaris Ativ (Thailand)
Production2022–present
AssemblyThailand: Chachoengsao (TMT)
Body and chassis
PlatformDaihatsu New Global Architecture: DNGA-B
Related
Powertrain
Engine
Transmission
  • 5-speed manual
  • CVT
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,620 mm (103.1 in)
Length4,425 mm (174.2 in)
Width1,740 mm (68.5 in)
Height1,480 mm (58.3 in)

The fourth-generation Vios (designated AC100) debuted on 9 August 2022 in Thailand as the Yaris Ativ. It is developed by Daihatsu through a joint Toyota-Daihatsu internal company known as Emerging Market Compact Car Company (EMCC) under the lead of executive chief engineer Hideyuki Kamino.[89][90][91]

It is based on the DNGA-B platform shared with the W100 series Avanza/Veloz.[92] The model is introduced with a 70 mm (2.8 in) longer wheelbase at 2,620 mm (103.1 in). Compared to its predecessor, the car features a fastback-like sloping rear roof section which stretched the window line further back.[93]

The interior is said to be more premium in appearance than past Vios models, with many areas covered by soft touch materials and an optional 64-colour ambient lighting system. Other optional equipment include an electronic parking brake, a 7-inch digital instrument cluster and a Pioneer-branded speakers.[94]

Markets[edit]

Thailand[edit]

The Yaris Ativ in Thailand is available in four grades: Sport, Smart, Premium and Premium Luxury. Eligible under the Eco Car tax incentive program, it is equipped with the 3NR-VE 1.2-litre engine with Dual VVT-iE technology producing 69 kW (94 PS; 93 hp) and 110 N⋅m (11.2 kg⋅m; 81.1 lb⋅ft), paired with a Toyota-made CVT gearbox marketed as Super CVT-i. Advanced driver-assistance systems package branded as Toyota Safety Sense is available as standard.[95] The model also replaced the 1.5-litre Vios in the country.[96]

Produced at the Gateway plant in Chachoengsao, sales figures target in Thailand is set at 3,500 units per month, with exports planned to over 35 countries.[90]

Laos[edit]

The fourth-generation Vios became available in Laos in September 2022, with a 1.3-litre 1NR-VE petrol engine rated at 72 kW (98 PS; 97 hp) and 122 N⋅m (12.4 kg⋅m; 90.0 lb⋅ft), and Toyota Safety Sense for the 1.3 Hi grade.[97][98]

Sales[edit]

Year China Taiwan[99] Thailand[99] Philippines[100] Vietnam[99][101] Malaysia[99] Indonesia[99]
Sedan[102] Vios FS[103]
2004 31,833 29,707 48,733 6,700 1,181 16,825
2005 26,697 31,893 47,122 6,221 2,192 20,129
2006 36,407 20,104 35,964 6,053 1,581 20,844 2,889
2007 39,395 12,129 45,032 8,717 2,112 22,751 7,734
2008 36,865 10,828 45,298 12,020 3,122 32,710 11,201
2009 42,675 16,012 49,510 11,990 5,141 29,387 7,298
2010 34,689 11,231 67,304 15,391 5,807 33,674 11,823
2011 13,303 12,116 61,985 14,979 5,401 29,820 9,375
2012 9,130 8,884 115,934 16,517 4,207 15,323
2013 28,616 8,369 108,937 20,493 5,140 11,087
2014 127,827 47,800[104] 25,837 9,187 8,913
2015 114,467 35,539[105] 33,173 13,761 6,297
2016 117,041 21,180[106] 36,256[107] 17,561[108] 3,427
2017 93,626 35,336 19,198[109] 36,734[110] 22,260[111] 746
2018 62,731 34,686 9,311[112] 25,840[113] 27,085[114] 703
2019 58,332 26,029 33,181[115] 27,258[116] 23,986[117] 504
2020 53,594 22,135 4,046 25,290[118] 30,251[119] 309
2021 52,993 21,410 3,929[120] 35,095[121] 19,931[122] 1,243

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 and Indonesia which include Toyota Limo).
The Toyota Soluna, Toyota Yaris Sedan, Toyota Yaris Ativ and Toyota Belta nameplates are not included.

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