2018 Toyota Corolla Altis making its way to India, it seems to have gone through several upgrades visually along with a bunch of additions to the feature list.
Toyota, the Japanese automaker brings in the facelifted version of its large sedan, the Toyota Corolla Altis in India. The demand for the D-segment cars has fallen in the recent years, as the taste of Indians is shifting towards SUVs gradually. But there are still a few cars that have created a stable demand for themselves, and the Corolla Altis is undoubtedly one of them.

Toyota Corolla Altis has been a top seller in the D-segment, ever since its launch in India. Despite the presence of some of the premium cars like Hyundai Elantra and Skoda Octavia, this exciting offering from the Japanese manufacturer has been reporting a decent sales figure.

Now, with the 2018 Toyota Corolla Altis making its way to India, it seems to have gone through several upgrades visually along with a bunch of additions to the feature list. Let’s know more about this updated premium car from Toyota.

Exterior design

Visually, the Toyota Corolla Altis facelift retains its classy look, while positive changes can be easily noticed from the outset of the car. It has received a completely revised front fascia, which flaunts new Bi-Beam LED headlamp with LED daytime running lights, wider radiator grille with chrome outline, newly designed front bumper and a sporty bonnet. The side profile of the car is almost similar to the outgoing model with minimum body lines and sports the new set of alloy wheels.

Towards the rear, the sedan bears LED tail lamps and the roof of the car slopes down to the rear, as it does not feature any rear spoiler. The changes made are substantially minimal but are quite impactful to enhance the looks of the car. The update brings in a new colour variant of Phantom Brown to the existing colour schemes.

Interior features

Inside the new Corolla Altis, you will find every possibility of comfort along with advanced technical features which offer an enhanced driving experience. Thanks to the premium touch everywhere that it feels extremely blissful to be inside the car on a long journey. The seats are wrapped in high-quality leathers, which offer comfortable and spacious seats to accommodate five adults.

The dashboard is finely finished in good material, which feels soft on touch and features a dual colour scheme, including black and beige. It features a 4.2-inch MID instrument console with updated software, which informs many things about the present condition of the car including speed and fuel indicator. Moreover, the presence of a touchscreen infotainment system with navigation and other features adds to the enhanced experience of the ride.

Coming to the safety of the car, it packs seven airbags in total, automatic climate control, reverse parking sensor, steering-mounted controls, ABS with EBD, traction and cruise control. However, the update misses out on rear AC vents, sunroof and ventilated seats.

The power mechanism

The 2018 Toyota Corolla Altis continues to be powered by the same engine mechanism under the hood. It is available in both diesel and petrol engine options. The petrol version features a 1.8-litre, four-cylinder engine that manages to produce a maximum power output of 138 bhp at 6,400 revolutions per minute against a peak torque of 173 Nm at 4,000 revolutions per minute. On the other hand, the diesel model is powered by a 1.4-litre engine that manages to churn out a maximum power output of 87 bhp. The transmission option includes a six-speed manual and a seven-speed automatic gearbox that transfers the power to the wheels. In terms of fuel-efficiency, the sedan continues to retain a mileage of 16.5 kmpl in the city, which rises to 19 kmpl on the highways.

The most reliable premium car

The price of the Toyota Corolla Altis facelift is most likely to fall in the range of Rs.18.74 lakh (ex-showroom) to 23.39 lakhs (ex-showroom), which is slightly on the higher-end from the existing models. It continues to stand firm against the likes of Hyundai Elantra and Skoda Octavia in the D-segment sedan in India. You can compare the features of these cars against that of the Toyota Corolla Altis on Autoportal.com.

The Toyota Corolla Altis continues to be the top model of its league. The major reason behind the success of the previous models has been the simplicity in design along with an exciting list of goodies to enhance driveability. It excels in the areas of practicality, space, comfort, ease of use and superior driving dynamics, which is why it has been the most reliable premium car for the Indians for years and the facelift does justice to all these undoubtedly.

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