Toyota Vios
 (4/5)
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 (3.4/5)
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Toyota Vios NCP150 (2013-2016)

Still the default choice by many, and rightly so. The latest Vios is a much-improved car than before, finally offering likeable creature comforts (full keyless entry and start, GPS, etc.) in Toyota’s entry-level model. Others may be more powerful (Honda City) and better to drive (Ford Fiesta), but the Vios remains a great comfort-oriented option.

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Expert Review

Date Reviewed
23 January 2019
Performance
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Value
Still the default choice by many, and rightly so. The latest Vios is a much-improved car than before, finally offering likeable creature comforts (full keyless entry and start, GPS, etc.) in Toyota’s entry-level model. Others may be more powerful (Honda City) and better to drive (Ford Fiesta), but the Vios remains a great comfort-oriented option.
For
  • Improved in every way, especially looks
  • Comfortable, spacious and quiet interior
  • Option for keyless entry and in-dash GPS
Against
  • Still only two airbags and no stability control
  • Ageing engine and four-speed auto
  • Mediocre handling

Latest Owner Review

Date Reviewed
18 December 2020
Performance
Handling
Comfort
Safety
Space
Value
Pute Pute
1.5G (2014)
Bought new, Owned for 10 Years
RON95, Mileage: 1,000 km/month
    - Its super reliable, it never broke down before once even despite my father's 'Bad' behavior of driving it.. [He always go full throttle and stomp on the brake, always late to service the engine and gearbox, never refill the water reservoir with proper coolant & etc]

    - Fuel efficient considering its a 16 years old car

    - Above average engine performance.. its more than enough actually

    - Safety equipment is quite good as well.. 2 airbags & ABS for a 2004 car

    - Parts are cheaper compared to the other main rivals

    - NVH is superb for its segment.. its even quieter than my cousin's 2008 Honda Civic FD

    - Best resale value in its segment
    - Small interior space & legroom [Even 1st gen myvi have larger interior space & legroom]

    - Practicality is not good.. not enough of cubby spaces to place your item.. even the passenger compartment is relatively small

    - Handling is poor, too many body roll especially on highway
To improve
Well, its a 16 years old car after all.. nothing much can be improved, except for the cubby spaces.. Toyota should have done a better job..
Yes, I would recommend this car