2019 Toyota Glanza: Variants and features explained
Toyota has entered the premium hatchback space with the Glanza in India. A segment in which there are multiple players and the Etios was not cut for it. The Toyota Glanza is based on the Maruti Suzuki Baleno and shares almost everything from the latter. Be its overall design or the features offered in the infotainment system, there is very little that distinguishes these two from each other. The engine on offer is the 1.2-litre petrol motor (K12B) which produces shy above 82PS. The engine will come mated to a five-speed manual and an optional CVT (continuously variable transmission) similar to the Baleno. The G MT trim gets the 90PS/113Nm whereas the other trims such as the G CVT, V MT and V CVT get the 83PS/113Nm engine. Here are the details on the features offered in the two variants of the 2019 Toyota Glanza in India.
Toyota Glanza G Grade: Rs 7.21 lakh, ex-showroom Delhi / Rs 8.29 lakh, ex-showroom Delhi (CVT)
The base trims of the Toyota Glanza is called the G grade and comes equipped with LED projector lights with light guide, LED rear combination lamps, diamond cut alloys, chrome garnish, spoiler, SmartCast infotainment system with CarPlay and Android Auto, 4 speakers and 2 tweeters, steering mounted controls, voice command, dual-tone fabric seats, mild-hybrid tech, push button start/stop, automatic climate control, remote keyless entry and central locking.
Yup, no cruise control. Nor in the base or the more premium grade.
Toyota Glanza V Grade: Rs 7.58 lakh, ex-showroom Delhi / Rs 8.90 lakh, ex-showroom Delhi (CVT)
The more premium trim of the Toyota Glanza is called the V Grade. Most importantly, this one is available only with the 83PS/113Nm petrol and not the mild-hybrid 90PS engine. In terms of features, the V Grade gets DRLs, UV protect glass, reverse parking with display in audio and leather wrapped steering wheel. Gear shift indicator is a feature that is available only in CVT models.
Starts Rs 7.22 Lakhs
Starts Rs 5.59 Lakhs
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