Toyota India's emtru level D segment prodcut - Corolla - was getting long in the tooth. Toyota knew this and has taken curative measure - it has dispatched the new Corolla Altis. At last! The new-gen Corolla made its introduction at the 2014 Indian Auto Expo in February. While the section level petrol trim of the auto begins at Rs. 11.99 lakh, the following variant - crosswise over both fuel sorts - is in excess of 1.07 lakh rupees more costly than the base petrol, having the value effect really a bit wide.
With peculiarities like LED headlamps and clearance lamps, new radiator grille, 16 inch alloy wheels and rear chrome garnish the new Corolla Altis looks sportier and more impressive in design than its forerunner. The Interiors excessively have gained a few tweaks and the lodge now looks all the more engaging. The cabin gets first-in-class leaning back seats, rear cam with sensor, Navigation with 7.0 inch LCD touchscreen, 3 spoke cowhide controlling wheel with bluetooth control, new plan optitron meter with light, Chrome inside door handle and few more. Additionally, the sedan has eight-way movable driver's seat, drizzle sensing wipers and a perusing light.
Meanwhile, the company says that the driving position has likewise been improved by changing the guiding wheel point from 24 degree to 22 degree, while the vertical change of the seat has been expanded from 45mm to 60mm.
Mechanically, the new Corolla Altis stays unaltered with a 1.8-liter double VVT-I petrol and a 1.4-liter diesel engine equipped for producing a most extreme force yield of 138bhp and 87bhp, separately.
Petrol variants of the new-gen Corolla Altis fetches between Rs. 11.99 lakh and 16.90 lakh, while the diesel variants come in the value extent of Rs. 13.07 lakh to Rs. 16.69 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).