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Toyota Vios
aka Toyota Yaris
Production 2003 - present
Class Subcompact car
Body Style 4-door, 5-seat Sedan
Length 4300 mm
Width 1690 mm
Height 1460 mm
Wheelbase 2550 mm
Weight 1075 kg (kerb)
Transmission 5-Speed Manual, FWD
Engine 1.5 litre (1497 cc) DOHC Inline-4, 16 valve

Power 109 hp @ N/A rpm
N/A lb-ft. (141 Nm) @ N/A rpm

Similar Honda City
Designer {{{Designer (lead designer if it was a team effort)}}}

The Toyota Vios is a subcompact sedan based on Toyota Yaris developed for the South East Asia and China markets.

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Recent Changes[edit | edit source]

  • For 2008, The Vios is an all-new generation. The car is now the USDM Yaris/Vitz sedan and will act as a complement to the Yaris hatchback like its American bretheren.
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Colors[edit | edit source]


  • Snow Cap White
  • Quicksilver Mica Metallic
  • Ink Mica
  • Storm Grey Mica
  • Wildfire Mica Metallic (Red)
  • Santorini Metallic (Light Blue)
  • Aquamarine Metallic
  • Tidal Blue Metallic
  • Blue Storm Metallic


  • Dark Grey Fabric Trim

Main Competitors[edit | edit source]

Toyota Vios's main competitors are Suzuki Neo Baleno and Honda City, which is considered its arch enemy in the motoring industry. It is similar in capacity, performance, specification and price. However, Honda City has a wider offering in engine selections as compare to Toyota Vios. Other competitors: Mazda 2 sedan, Daewoo Gentra/Chevrolet Aveo, Kia Rio, Hyundai Accent

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Current Generation: (2013-Present)[edit | edit source]

The 3rd generation Vios was unveiled at the March 2013 Bangkok International Motor Show in Thailand. Designated under the concept of 'Value Beyond Belief', Toyota aims to export the new Vios as a global model with world class standards. The new car was sold in Thailand shortly after, 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.

According to Toyota, the car is based on a 'luxury-sport' design for both the exterior and interior. The exterior has been enlarged, keeping the same width as the outgoing model. The interior is also made to be even more spacious than before, however its speedometer position is no longer mounted on the centre of the dashboard as with the earlier models of the Vios.

As with the previous model, it bears much resemblances with the Toyota Yarisfor the Southeast Asia market.

In other uses, the third generation Vios codenamed NCP150 continues to be adopted as a racing vehicle in One Make Races in Philippines and Thailand.

Thailand[edit | edit source]

The 3rd generation Vios is available in 4 grades: J, E, G and the range topping S grade. Automatic and manual transmissions are offered on the J and E grade only.

The main difference between the higher spec grades with the lower spec ones is that from the exterior the former gets projector headlamps while the latter gets normal multi-reflector headlamps. New additions on the Vios are a push start system and smart entry, an Eco meter for the automatic models and auto air conditioners with climate control for the G and S variants only.

Model 1.5 S Auto 1.5 G Auto 1.5 E Auto 1.5 E Manual 1.5 J Auto 1.5 J Manual
Headlight Blackening Projector Projector Multi Reflector Multi Reflector Multi Reflector Multi Reflector
Eco Meter Yes Yes Yes No Yes No
Side Mirror Power Adjustable Power Manual
Front Brakes Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc Disc
Rear Brakes Disc Disc Drum Drum 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 steel 15 inch steel
Transmission 4 speed automatic 4 speed automatic 4 speed automatic 5 speed manual 4 speed automatic 5 speed manual
Front Fog Lamp Yes No No No No No

Singapore[edit | edit source]

The Vios was first unveiled in Singapore in May 2013, just two months after its official showcase. It is available in two grades namely the E and G variants. Both variants available only come with an automatic transmission.

The basic E model features CD/MP3/WMA player with 4 speakers, 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, 60:40 split foldable rear seats, a rear console armrest and all-round disc brakes with 15-inch front discs. Black-toned leather seats is optional on both models.

Brunei[edit | edit source]

Alongside Singapore, the Vios was also introduced to Brunei in May 2013. J and E grades are only available with either 4-speed automatic or 5-speedmanual transmissions in Brunei.

Malaysia[edit | edit source]

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

The J Automatic which comes with the bare essentials start at aroundRM74,800, RM84,400 for the mid-range E variant and RM90,100 for the high spec G variant. There will also be 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 early 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 more premium DVD-AVN option came with a new layout, a 7.0-inch touchscreen system, WiFi, HDMI, Bluetooth, voice recognition and a reverse camera.

Philippines[edit | edit source]

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. The Vios primarily competes with the Mitsubishi Mirage G4 (Attrage), Honda City,Ford Fiesta, Chevrolet Sail, Kia Rio and Hyundai Accent 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 1.3L 2NZ-FEand 1.5L 1NZ-FE engines as well as the 5 speed manual and 4 speed automatic transmissions are carried over from the previous model. Like the previous generation, the third generation Vios has been the best selling car in the Philippines since its launch, and has helped Toyota reach new sales records and a market share close to 40%. 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 E variant received the 1.3 L 1NR-FE with Dual VVT-i available with both 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmissions.

Available colours are: Red Mica Metallic (J & E only), Silver Metallic, Dark Brown Mica (E & G only), Freedom White (Base and 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.

Indonesia[edit | edit source]

In December 2013, the Vios was assembled locally in Karawang, Indonesia to fulfill the local demand. It was the first sedan to be manufactured in Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia (TMIIN).

Two different models are available (1.5E and 1.5G). Both models are available both in auto and manual transmission and is powered by the 1.5L 1NZ-FEengine.

China[edit | edit source]

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 1.3L or 1.5L engine variants with the higher end 1.6L model dropped. 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-FEspecially developed for the China market.

Taiwan[edit | edit source]

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 1.5L 1NZ-FE engine power plant from the previous model.

Additional features are available on top of the basic equipment in the Luxury 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.

Safety[edit | edit source]

Safety features[42][43][44][45][46][47] [N 1]
Trim Variant J E, G, S/TRD
ABS with EBD and BA
Airbags 2

Facelift (2016)[edit | edit source]

The third generation Vios facelift was unveiled at the April 2016 Auto China.

Second Generation: (2008–2013)[edit | edit source]

The new Vios is basically the Japanese domestic market's Toyota Belta which was launched in November 2005. The model code for cars with 1.5 liter 1NZ-FE engines is NCP93. The engine is only available where the Vios is marketted, including Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand.

The new Vios was set up for more comfort than handling. Interior is much upgraded with more convenience features, and flat rear floor.

In Singapore[edit | edit source]

In Singapore, Vios is sold in 3 grades namely J, E, G, with J being the grade with lesser accessories and G with the most accessories.

J Grade[edit | edit source]

  • Price as of 4th October 2007 - S$55988 (Auto)

The J Grade is the most basic grade available in Singapore which offers only the most basic equipments compared to E and G grade. Borneo Motors (Singapore) no longer sells the manual model, making the E grade Vios the only model that offers manual transmission in the Toyota sedan line-up in Singapore.

Standard equipments on J Grade[edit | edit source]
  • CD/MP3/WMA Player with 4 Speakers
  • Keyless Entry
  • ABS/EBD/BA (On front disc brake only)
  • Driver SRS Airbag
  • Sports Alloy Rim
  • Fabric with Dark Grey Colour Seat

E Grade[edit | edit source]

  • Price as of 4th October 2007 - S$56988 (Manual) S$57988 (Auto)

The E Grade is the medium-class grade available in Singapore which offers slightly more and lesser equipments compared to J and G grade respectively. Only the E grade offers the manual transmission model.

Standard equipments on E Grade[edit | edit source]
  • CD/MP3/WMA Player with 4 Speakers
  • Keyless Entry
  • ABS/EBD/BA (On front disc brake only)
  • Leather Seat
  • Driver & Front Passenger SRS Airbag
  • Sports Alloy Rim
  • Side Moulding

G Grade[edit | edit source]

  • Price as of 4th October 2007 - S$60988 (Auto)

The G Grade is the most luxurious grade available in Singapore which offers the most equipments compared to J and E grade.

Standard equipments on G Grade[edit | edit source]
  • CD/MP3 Player with 6 Speakers
  • Keyless Entry
  • Leather Seat
  • Driver & Front Passenger SRS Airbag
  • Sports Alloy Rim
  • Fog Lamp
  • Side Moulding
  • 60:40 Fold-Down Rear Seats.

In Thailand[edit | edit source]

Below lists the equipments available for the Thai release of the Vios.

J Grade[edit | edit source]

  • CD/MP3/WMA Player with 4 Speakers
  • Keyless Entry (Optional)
  • 15-inch Steel Wheels w/Full Wheel Covers
  • Fabric with Dark Grey Colour Seat

E Grade[edit | edit source]

  • CD/MP3/WMA Player with 4 Speakers
  • Keyless Entry
  • Fabric Seat which can be chosen between Dark Grey or Ivory Colours
  • Driver & Front Passenger SRS Airbag (Optional)
  • Sports Alloy Rim
  • Side Moulding

G Grade[edit | edit source]

  • CD/MP3 Player with 6 Speakers
  • Keyless Entry
  • Leather Seat which can be chosen between Dark Grey or Ivory Colours
  • Driver & Front Passenger SRS Airbag
  • Sports Alloy Rim
  • Fog Lamp
  • Side Moulding
  • Blue Optitron Panel
  • 60:40 Fold-Down Rear Seats.

G-Limited[edit | edit source]

  • Keyless & Smart Entry
  • Start/Stop push button
  • Immobilizer Key

S-Limited[edit | edit source]

  • Wrap-Around Aeropart
  • Orange Optitron Panel
  • H.I.D Front Headlamp with automatic height adjustment
  • All 4 Disc Brake

In Indonesia[edit | edit source]

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 model have 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, and back sonar. Start/Stop push button is only on the G with automatic transmission.

In Malaysia[edit | edit source]

The second generation Vios was first unveiled in Malaysia on October 5, 2007 in Kuala Lumpur, two weeks ahead of its official launch on October 19, 2007.

The car, like its predecessors, is powered by a 1NZ-FE 1.5 litre four-pot engine with VVT-i but includes redesigns on the air intake and exhaust system to improve low to mid-range torque. While the gear ratios of Vios is unchanged, its transmission is a now Super ECT four-speed automatic and improved programming for the transmission control unit. Electric power steering was also included on the new Vios.

Grades[edit | edit source]

The second generation Vios is currently available in three grades: two grades initially available on the previous Malaysian Vios (E and G), and a new grade (S).

The E grade is the entry-level model, branded as a cost-effective version of the Vios, and is the cheapest and most stripped-down Vios among the three grades, priced at around an estimated RM 79,200. The car includes several cut-backs compared to the G and S grades, including:

  • Rear drum brakes instead of an all-disc set-up for the G and E grades;
  • 14-inch alloy rims as oppose to 15 for the G and S;
  • driver's side only airbag as opposed to dual-front airbags for the G and S;
  • driver's side only pretensioned, forced limited seatbelts as opposed such seatbelts on all occupants' sides for the G and S; and
  • a 2-DIN CD receiver with MP3, WMA-playback capability and four-speaker system, instead of steering mounted audio controls and six-speaker, dashboard integrated CD receiver with MP3 and WMA-playback capability for the G and S.

The new Vios line saw the inclusion of a new S grade Vios. The S grade features cosmetic enhancements rather than a performance-based ones, sporting a set of "aero parts", a minor body kit encompassing a front bumper spoiler, side skirts and a bootlid spoiler. The interior receives a dark grey/black trim treatment, and includes an "Optitron" meter with a multi-information display, as opposed to the E and G grades' conventional backlit display. The S variant is estimated to be the most expensive Vios among the three, at around RM88,100.

The G grade is considered to be a mid-priced model between the E and S grades, retailing at an estimated RM 84,800.

All model grades were reported to include ABS, EBD and brake assist, as are passive safety features such as whiplash injury lessening seats, a collapsible steering wheel column and an impact sensing fuel cut-off.

Technical data[edit | edit source]

Overall length (mm) 4300
Overall width (mm) 1700
Overall height (mm) 1460
Wheelbase (mm) 2550
Tread (mm) Front x Rear 1470 x 1460
Min. ground clearance (mm) 150
Weight (curb min.) (kg) 1050 ~ 1105
Weight (gross)(kg) 1550
Trunk space VDA (Litres) 475
Minimum turning radius (m) 4.9
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) 141 (14.4) / 4200
Fuel supply system EFI (Electronic Fuel Injection)
Fuel tank capacity (Litres) 42
Suspension - Front McPherson strut with stabilizer
Suspension - Rear Torsion beam with stabilizer
Tyres 185 / 60 R15 (Type G & S) 175 / 65 R14 (Type E)

First Generation/Origins (2003-2007)[edit | edit source]

The Vios in Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, and Malaysia is powered by 1.5 liter 1NZ-FE engine with VVT-i. The smaller 1.3 liter 2NZ-FE engine is offered in the Philippines.

In China, the Vios comes with 8A-FE engine. Like Toyota's other small cars, the Vios features center mounted instrument panel on the top of its dashboard. Trim levels for South East Asia are J, E, S, and G. The DLX, GL, GLX, and GLXi are sold in China.

In late 2005, the Vios received minor changes for 2006 model year. The front bumper, grille, headlights, and taillights were freshened. Also new are the wheels and interior trim.

The Vios is raced in the Touring Car Championship in Indonesia and Thailand.

Vios Turbo[edit | edit source]

The Vios Turbo is a version of Vios that available in Thailand only. The turbocharged 1.5 liter engine with an air-to-air intercooler produces 143 PS with light boost. Standard on the Vios Turbo are a functional scoop on its hood, wrap-around body kits, stiffer springs, firmer shock-absorbers and 16" alloys. The transmission ratio & differential ratio is changed to the better. Gear Model : C56,Gear 1 3.166,Gear 2 1.904 ,Gear 3 1.392 ,Gear 4 1.031 ,Gear 5 0.815 ,Reversed 3.250 ,Diff 4.312. The GearSet is come from Toyota MR-S)

Technical Data[edit | edit source]

Overall length (mm) 3285
Overall width (mm) 1695
Overall height (mm) 1435
Wheelbase (mm) 2650
Tread (mm) Front x Rear 1455 x 1430
Min. ground clearance (mm) 143
Weight (curb min.) (kg) 990 ~ 1040
Weight (gross)(kg) 1480
Trunk space VDA (Litres) 400
Minimum turning radius (m) 4.9
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
Suspension - Front McPherson strut with stabilizer
Suspension - Rear Torsion beam with stabilizer
Brakes - Front 14 inch Ventilated discs
Brakes - Rear 14-inch Discs
Tyres 175 / 65 R14 (Type E), 185 / 55 R15 (Type S, G)

Worldwide[edit | edit source]

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Design quirks and oddities[edit | edit source]

  • Since 2006 - 2007, The Police agency of the Philippines have replaced their Interceptors (mainly old white Toyota Corollas) with silver Vios'.

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