The new paint option will be sold alongside the existing dual-tone options: red-black and white-black
After releasing a couple of teasers of a new dual-tone option for the Etios Liva on Twitter last week, Toyota has finally launched a new paint scheme called Inferno Orange with a black roof for the hatchback. It will be sold alongside the existing red-black and white-black dual-tone paint options. Toyota already offers the Inferno Orange with the Etios Cross. However, it does not come with the dual tone finish. Related: Toyota Etios Liva Goes Stylish, Now Comes With Dual Shades
Like the other two dual-tone options, the new one too is only available with the V and VX variants of the hatchback. The external modifications also remain similar to the already available models, which means the orange-painted Etios Liva gets black outside rearview mirrors (ORVMs), rear spoiler, front grille with a black finish and dual-tone alloy wheels. It also gets a piano black finish for the centre console.
The feature list remains unchanged as well. The dual-tone variants of the Etios continue to be offered with dual front airbags, ABS with EBD and Isofix child seat anchors as standard. Other standard features include a manual AC, tilt-adjustable power steering, height-adjustable driver seat, 2-din music system, electrically-foldable ORVMs and day/night inside rearview mirrors (IRVM). The top-spec VX variant gets additional features such as steering-mounted audio controls, electrically-foldable ORVMs, front fog lamps and reverse parking sensors.
The Etios Liva with the Inferno Orange paint scheme costs the same as other dual-tone variants. It is priced from Rs 5.85 lakh to Rs 7.44 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), which is a premium of around Rs 14,000 over the standard Etios Liva. The standard Liva is priced from Rs 5.48 lakh to Rs 7.35 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
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