Hatchback, Manual, 1,197 cc, Petrol, 17.7 kmpl
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The Etios Cross is an attempt by Toyota to make the Etios Liva hatch into an MPV. The car was designed solely for the Indian market but is also sold overseas as well. The Etios was first showcased at the 2010 Delhi Auto Expo and was then launched a year later. The Etios Cross does not seem to be a very appealing car mainly because of the manner in which it has been designed. The car competes with the VW Polo Cross but also with other hatches such as the Hyundai i10, Maruti Suzuki Swift, Honda Brio and Tata Indica. The Etios Cross comes with petrol and diesel variants in different trim levels.
The Etios Cross is basically a revised version of the Etios Liva and they share the same design pattern. There is a large and prominent front grille with chrome lining. Then there are the attractive headlamps and the sharp lines along the body. The wheels get very nice 15-inch alloys. The overall design is contemporary, but not the best looking for sure. The car is well under 4metres in length and it also has a decent ground clearance of 170mm, making it perfect for city use. The Etios Cross gets roof rails, a spoiler, and a plastic body surround to make it looks more like a crossover vehicle, but unfortunately the quality of these added components is not very good.
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