The exterior of both cars now get a refreshed grille which has been given a chrome finish. The OVRMs now get included indicators and the back lights have also been redesigned.
The interiors now get a two-tone combination and a 2-din music system with Bluetooth, USB connectivity, AUX-in and also remote control function.
The driver’s seat gets height adjustment whereas the centrally mounted instrument panel has been fitted a blue backlight. Toyota has refreshed the controls and installed a new filter.
Both the Etios and the Liva are offered in a new shade ‘Classic Grey’. The variants in the diesel range have now been improved. The diesel line up will now have recently introduced J grade at the entry level.
Sandeep Singh, deputy managing director and chief operating officer, marketing and commercial said “As a part of our product lifecycle and with the aim to bring newness to the line up we are launching the New Etios and Etios Liva. We have incorporated customer feedback and are looking forward to delighting more customers with the new vehicles.”