like the alza and ativa, the d92a 2023 toyota vios will offer more features per rm

  • Mid-spec variants are cheaper by around 2 percent
  • High specs variant now matches Honda City's Sensing, full suite of TSS ADAS offered

The D92A all-new 2023 Toyota Vios (model code NGC100) is here and the burning question on everyone’s mind is, “is the new Toyota Vios more expensive than before?”

As before, the Vios is sold as the Yaris Ativ in Thailand, albeit with a smaller 1.2-litre engine to comply with the Kingdom’s Eco Car scheme for lower tax.

like the alza and ativa, the d92a 2023 toyota vios will offer more features per rm

As a brief recap, the all-new 2023 Toyota Vios is priced from THB 539,000 (~RM 67k) for the entry-level Sport variant, while the Smart variant is priced from THB 584,000 (~RM 73k). The Premium variant will set Thai buyers back for THB 659,000 (~RM 83k), while the top-spec Premium Luxury is priced from THB 689,000 (~RM 87k).

As for the previous generation model, it was priced between THB 539,000 to THB 679,000.

like the alza and ativa, the d92a 2023 toyota vios will offer more features per rm

Variant-to-variant, prices of the base-spec are unchanged. Climbing up the hierarchy, the new mid-spec Yaris Ativ variants are cheaper than the model it replaces by 2.25 percent to 2.5 percent.

like the alza and ativa, the d92a 2023 toyota vios will offer more features per rm

The top-spec Premium Luxury variant is roughly 1.46 percent pricier than the predecessor model, but that’s primarily due to the newly added features, like Adaptive Cruise Control, Blind Spot Monitoring with Rear Cross Traffic Alert, 64-colour ambient lighting, automatic climate control with PM2.5 filtration, and a 6-speaker Pioneer sound system.

like the alza and ativa, the d92a 2023 toyota vios will offer more features per rm

Closer to home, the current-generation NSP151 Toyota Vios, like-for-like, already offers far better value for money than its segment rivals like the Honda City and Nissan Almera.

like the alza and ativa, the d92a 2023 toyota vios will offer more features per rm

Current Toyota Vios pictured

All variants of the NSP151 Vios offers 7 airbags, while the mid- and top-spec variants add Toyota’s Pre-Collision System (PCS), whilst still being cheaper than equivalent variants of the City and Almera.

Upon the arrival of the all-new Vios in 2023, we can expect its feature set to further build upon the current model, giving the City and Almera a run for their money.

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