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TMV introduces new Corolla Altis 2017

Released at: 14:29, 20/09/2017

TMV introduces new Corolla Altis 2017

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New Altis to go on sale at all Toyota dealerships nationwide on September 20.

by Doanh Doanh

Toyota Motor Vietnam (TMV) has officially introduced the new Corolla Altis 2017 with a development design concept of “Futuristic Prestige”. The introduction is to further meet customer demand and expresses TMV’s commitment to continuously improving the quality of its vehicles and services.

The Corolla Altis 2017 will go on sale at all TMV dealers nationwide from September 20.

Since its debut in 1966 in Japan, through ten generations and 50 years of development, the Corolla Altis has become “the most favored car” in the world thanks to its superior quality, attractive silhouette, powerful performance, and fuel efficiency. It has also recorded impressive cumulative sales of over 42 million and has retained its position as the best-selling passenger car in the world. The Corolla Altis is now produced in 16 countries and sold in 154 countries worldwide.

It was first launched in Vietnam in 1996. In the 20 years since, with nine changes and improvements, it has won over even the most demanding of customers and become one of the best selling models in the country, with total cumulative sales of approximately 61,100 as at the end of August.

With a desire to lead in product line-up, TMV continuously strives to improve its existing range and strengthen its product line-up to provide customers with the best quality vehicles to meet increasing demand. The Corolla 2017 will be introduced in five grades: Corolla 2.0V Sport, Corolla 2.0V standard, Corolla 1.8G CVT, Corolla 1.8E CVT, and Corolla 1.8E MT.

With a futuristic prestige design featuring elegant interiors and powerful driving performance with fuel efficiency, TMV believes the new Corolla Altis 2017 will meet the expectations of customers, especially young people who love modern and dynamic lifestyles.

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