The AutoIndustrie Blog: 2009 Toyota Wish – Leaked Brochure

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2009 Toyota Wish Leaked Brochure

Sales in is expected to begin by middle of There will be 4 variants to from – starting the base model 1.8X, up to 1.8S, 2.0G and the range 2.0Z. Like many domestic models, 4 WD is optional like AWD as it is a reactive system than one of those permanent / type).

The 1.8S and 2.0Z have a different body compared to the 1.8X and 2.0G (presumably only available in 2 WD ). 1.8S and 2.0Z are wider, flared wheel arches to larger 16 and 17 wheels respectively, and 2.0S gets 15 wheels), the 2.0Z getting an additional with wheel arch

On the specifications, all 2.0-litre models Push-start engine ignition and cruise control while the topping 2.0Z gets a steering wheel with wheel mounted audio and control buttons.

Power from either a 1.8-litre four cylinder with VVT -i and Valvematic or from a 2.0-litre with Dual VVT -i and Valvematic. will be mated to either a CVT or automatic transmission. This is a from the current 1AZ-FE and 1 ZZ -FE 1.8-litre VVT -i engines fitted on the generation Wish.

VDIM will also be in the higher range models.

Specifications above are speculated on best available information at the of writing. They could be and may differ from market to

In ASEAN markets, the Wish is officially Thailand, Malaysia and The Malaysian and Thailand models are of the variant, assembled in Toyota Thailand’s plant in Gateway, Singaporean models are 1.8-litre imported from Japan.

has been many disputes in the about the origin of Singapore Toyota Wish Aero imported by Borneo Motors mainly due to presence of Thai stickers on the car but BMS have officially the car is imported from Japan and TMT never assembled any 1.8-litre in Thailand. The presence of Thai and language caution stickers is a company policy based the export destination.

The missing tinted rear is merely due to S ingapore’s Land Authority regulation compliance. need to understand that a vehicle is different from an imported model in many aspects.

I remember reading in a issue of Bangkok Post that Toyota Motor will cease production of the by end of 2009, citing high cost and low market potential in which favours trucks and Can’t find the article though. Also, the Thai tax regulation is slowly heading the direction of promoting small efficient cars via its Eco-Car

Thus there is very strategic value in investing to assemble the second generation in Thailand.

This will not any impact on Singapore, whose have no domestic car industry to and BMS will simply continue its to import Wish from Malaysia will clearly be by this development as the Malaysian notorious policy of using a AP Permits to limit importation of outside of ASEAN region

To import the Wish officially Japan will grossly its selling price that not justify the image positioning of the The Wish is not exactly a premium Market interest in the Wish also waned considerably. On less than 50 units are every month now.

The however remains very in Japan, Taiwan and Hong So these markets will to carry the second generation

More higher resolution at WCF .

However, we do hear rumours the luxurious Alphard will be officially. We have read of by Toyota Motor Thailand Alphard will be introduced in Thailand, as a premium product. It is not too to expect Malaysia and Singapore to suit as these countries a very similar Toyota line-up.

The same however be said for every car brand. for example carries two very product line-up in Singapore and

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