Thursday, August 2, 2012

“Toyota launches ‘Liva TRD Sportivo’ Limited Editon” plus 1 more

“Toyota launches ‘Liva TRD Sportivo’ Limited Editon” plus 1 more


Toyota launches ‘Liva TRD Sportivo’ Limited Editon

Posted: 02 Aug 2012 10:47 AM PDT



     Celebrating the first anniversary of Etios Liva, Toyota Kirloskar Motor Ltd. has launched a Limited Edition variant of its Liva hatchback named ' Liva TRD Sportivo. Only 1200 units of Liva TRD Sportivo will be on sale. Bookings for the car have been started and will go on sale till October this year.
     The Liva TRD Sportivo is available in both petrol and diesel variants. The petrol model costs Rs. 5,23,692/- and diesel is priced at Rs. 6,32,281/- (all prices ex-showroom New Delhi). The Limited Edition Liva comes in two colour options – White and Ultramarine Blue.
The Liva TRD Limited Edition sports the following new features

1. TRD Designed Sporty Package - The Front Bumper Spoiler , Aerodynamic Side Skirt, Two-Tone Rear Bumper Spoiler and Two-Tone roof spoiler is designed by TRD,  Japan. This Aero package gives a distinct look and sporty appeal to the vehicle.

2. Smoked Alloy Wheels - Specially designed for the limited edition - the 15"-Alloy Wheels are given a "Gun-Metal" finish and it provides an aggressive and sporty look to the car.

3. Roof Ornament and Body Side Graphics - Enhances the overall exterior appeal of the Limited Edition.

4. Limited Edition Branding - The Limited edition is branded as "TRD Sportivo". A high quality Chrome badge on the boot lid symbolizes Toyota Racing Development's sporty appeal.

5. New Seat Fabric with "TRD Sportivo" logo and Silver Shift Knob
Enhance the interior appeal and adds a touch of "sportiness" to the interiors.

Maruti Suzuki Ritz facefit caught testing in India

Posted: 02 Aug 2012 10:53 AM PDT


Maruti Suzuki is all set to give a facelift to Ritz. The Ritz facelift was revealed some days back in Japan and Germany which had some changes to the front and rear bumper. The Ritz facelift will also have the same changes when it will be launched in India.

As seen from the spy pictures, the front of the car is heavily camouflaged indicating major changes in the front. The rear of the car looks very similar as there will be no changes in the tail lamps and tail gate and only the bumper which will be new having couple of air scoops.

Under the hood, the engines – both petrol and diesel, will be the same. Expect the engines to be retuned to deliver quiet and smooth performance. The car is expected to go on sale this Diwali and could be priced Rs. 5,000 to 10,000 more than the current model.
Picture Source: Team BHP

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