New Toyota Wish 2009 2010 : Reviews and Specs

 Toyota Wish 2009 2010

 Toyota Wish 2009 2010
Toyota Wish 2009 2010
For a long time Toyota has given up anything about style despite the Lexus brand. What is the last model that you think it has a sense of attractive style? Or, which Toyota sold because of its look over its build quality/ brand loyalty?
If you take Wish as an example, what I could see is a shrank Estima/Previa with headlights inspired by Stream and taillights copied from Lexus. What style that you can think of? What's more disappointing is that when I also compared the look and the size of the first generation Wish, I found that Wish had been always the Stream follower. But Toyota would sell anyway, despite its lack of styling. It's just a different case from what others called brand loyalty. Someone may think BMW has been enjoying a big sale on its X6 or maybe, the coming 5 series GT, brand loyalty is part of the reason yet no one will think that BMW is as boring as Toyota in any aspects. That's what's the story going onThe six different trims are available with one of two engines. With the ultra-efficient base unit, the customer gets a 1.8-liter engine that pulls the car for 16 kilometers per liter of fuel (6.25l/100km). It comes standard as a front-wheel-drive, but can be upgraded with either a more responsive CVT Sport Mode, four-wheel drive, or both.
Not enough power for your family? You can also step up to a 2.0-liter engine which is available with Dynamic Sport Mode. DSM uses traction control and electric power steering to give better responsiveness. Unfortunately, with this option you lose one seat, but at least you will still feel like a man when you plow through corners with five whiny kids in the car complaining about Dora the Explorer's new look

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