2010 2011 New Toyota Wish 2010 Review and Specification

New Toyota Wish 2010 Review and Specification




Toyota has launched today on its home market the re-designed 2010 Toyota Wish. The 2010 Toyota Wish comes with a 1.8-liter and 2.0-liter engine, both with Valvematic (a continuously variable valve-lift mechanism). The 2.0-liter version of the 2010 Toyota Wish offers a 15.2km/l fuel economy and a 153g/km CO2 emissions level. The 2010 Toyota Wish is front-wheel-drive and comes with a 7-speed Sports Sequential Shiftmatic transmission as standard that offers two operating modes CVT Sport Mode and Dynamic Sport Mode. The 2010 Toyota Wish also has an Eco Drive Mode that optimizes the alignment of the driving force with the accelerator operation to offer better fuel economy. The 2010 Toyota Wish price starts in Japan at 1.84 million yen and goes up to 2.48 million yen. New Toyota Wish 2010 Review and Specification
Toyota Press Release:The Wish is a compact seven-seater minivan that has gained a solid reputation for its sporty styling, wide-ranging utility and comfortable driving performance—with sales of more than half a million units—since its launch in January 2003. The new, second-generation model has enhanced sportiness and comfort, and features significant improvements in driving, environmental and safety performance. The result is a vehicle that aims to meet a user's every "wish".
All vehicles in the series feature a new-generation engine with "Valvematic", which is a continuously variable valve-lift and valve-timing mechanism that achieves both excellent driving performance and superior environmental performance. The new engine, in combination with Super Continuously Variable Transmission-intelligent (Super CVT-i) transmission, gives the Wish a maximum of 15%-better fuel efficiency than the previous model and more exhilarating driving performance. Steering-assisted Vehicle Stability Control (S-VSC) and Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) side and curtain-shield airbags—standard on all vehicles in the series—give the new Wish class-leading levels1 of safety performance.


Valvematic


Toyota to set up two four-cylinder engines, each with a 1.8 liter and 2.0 liter. Valvematic and other technologies to improve work efficiency to reach 1.8 Wish 16.0km/liter and CO2 emissions 145g/km. While the 2.0 liter engine efficiency 15.2km/liter recorded with CO2 emissions 153g/km. The figures obtained from the test results under the 10-15 test cycle regulation Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT) of Japan. Efficiency Wish 1.8 liter engine, front wheel drive in 2010 exceeded the standard, while emission 75% lower than the standard 2005.
7-speed gearbox Sequential Sports Shiftmatic become standard features of all variants, coddle drivers with manual transmission operation such as through the application CVT Sport mode Sport mode and Dynamic.

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