Toyota Glanza, the first model to be produced under the partnership between Toyota and Suzuki has already been provided to showrooms across India. Here is a walkaround review of the base trim of the vehicle.
The Toyota Glanza was launched in India on June 6, 2019. Units of the new model have already come to numerous showrooms in India to be ready to be delivered to customers’ garage. Being the first-ever product to be developed under the collaboration between Toyota and Maruti, the Baleno is available in two trims: G and V. While quite a lot of walkarounds of the top-spec Glanza V are available, not many are available for the other, which is the base G variant. Below is the first walkaround of the Toyota G. Let’s have a look before going into details.
The video, which is published by Car Duniya, provides us with a closer look at the Toyota Glanza from all angles. In terms of exterior, the vehicle get a slightly different chrome grille from the Baleno. Furthermore, it is also equipped with headlights with LED guide lights, turn indicators, fog lamps and projector lamps. On the side profile, it gets R16 diamond cut alloy rims, outside rearview mirrors, chrome door handles and chrome beltline. In the rear, the Glanza comes with LED tail lamps, a defogger, a chrome beltline, a rear wiper, but lacks the rear parking sensors.
The Toyota Glanza has some similariities and differences agaisnt the Maruti Baleno.
As regards the Toyota Glanza interior, the base G variant is equipped with a quite decent kit of features. These include an adjustable driver seat, start-stop push button, an infotainment system with steering mounted controls, coloured MID with various information. Noteworthily, the Glanza is the first-ever Toyota model in India to get Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity features. The Toyota Glanza G is also packed with all powered windows, ISOFIX seats with the rear seats being able to be folded in 60:40 split. Like the Maruti Baleno, a similar smart key is also available but comes with a Toyota logo.
The car featured in this video is an automatic version which is powered by a 1.2-litre 4-cylinder petrol motor. This engine can deliver a maximum power of 82 bhp at 6000 rpm against a max torque of 113 Nm at 4200 rpm and is mated to a 5-speed AT gearbox. This variant is also available with a manual version which also gets its power from a more powerful 1.2-litre 5-cylinder petrol engine but with a different state of tune of 88.3 bhp against 113 Nm. This engine is The power is sent to the wheels via a 5-speed MT gearbox.