Toyota Isis 1.8 (A) 

Toyota Isis 1.8 (A)
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Latest OMV: $21,053
Engine Cap: 1794 cc
Power: 130Bhp @ 6000rpm
Torque: 170Nm @ 4200rpm
Type: MPV
Euro NCAP: N.A
User Ratings: 4.00 from 2 reviews

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Rene
Singapore
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It's good value for money - A real Family Car!

Reviewed on 16 Sep 2008 9:29AM
Reviewed by: Rene
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Similar cars tried: Toyota Wish, Kia Carens, Toyota Estima, Mazda 5, Toyota Picnic
Fuel consumption: 13km/litre
Drive pattern: Petrol: Singapore 60% Highway 40% = 12KM/L Malaysia Highway = 14KM/L CNG Singapore 60% Highway 40% = 14KM/KG Malaysia Highway (100 - 130KM/H) = 18KM/KG Generally, FC for a 1400KG heavy, 7 Seater MPV is great!
Duration of car driven: Less than 1 month
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The Review

The Toyota Isis is almost as spacious as the Toyota Estima and offers fare more space on the last row compared to the Toyota Wish. Though its selling price is much nearer to the Wish than the Estima. In general itís a great family car, especially with Kids from all ages. The sliding door provides very good access to the middle row. The AC is very good even thought there is no air outlet in the back. The big side mirrors make it very easy to keep an overview of the traffic around as well as the parking. Bottom line: Probably the best family car if it comes to ďValue for moneyĒ.

Strengths

It's big, enough space for 6 Adults including some space for luggage in the back. The two sliding doors, of which one is automatic, are very useful especially with kids in a narrow car park. Driving this bigger car feels easy; handling of the car is firm and stable. Itís a good highway cruiser and makes long journeys enjoyable. Due to the reverse camera parking is a breeze.

Weaknesses

Not enough compartments to place small items e.g. CDís, Sun glasses, phone etc. Since the spare tire is underneath the back of the car the back end is lower and nearer to the concrete barriers in the car parks. One has to be careful when parking sometimes. Sine it has a 1.8L engine, acceleration takes a bit longer or the gas pedal has to be pressed harder = higher FC in city areas.

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great value real mpv (4 adults + 2 mid teens)

Reviewed on 28 Jun 2006 8:36AM
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Similar cars tried: toyota wish, picnic/ renault senic / mitsubshi spacewagon
Fuel consumption: 13.70km/litre
Drive pattern: town driving at lights and mild traffic jam 12.5 to 13.2km/litre, highway driving at 80/90 km/hr 13.7 to 13.9 upon varing gradient
Duration of car driven: More than 3 years
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The Review

So far so good, as this is my first japanese mpv as my previous were from renault that gave me problems after 3 months. The fuel consumption has been great hope to be better!! Sad that the last rear seat do not have enough bins or storage space..

Strengths

great door opening(passenger side), quiet ride after changing om tyres, just right size for parking in our car-park lots (sometimes undersize), mirrors at side are wide for better visibility..

Weaknesses

Doesn't come with alloy rims n better tyres, no std arm rest, no enough bins, leather seat optional, only one sided powered door.