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'''Toyota Vitz (KSP130/NSP130/NCP130). 2010 to date (prod. unknown). 5-door sedan. F/F, F/A, 998 cm³ (3 cyl. DOHC), 1329, 1496 cm³ (4 cyl. DOHC).''' Third-generation Vitz, launched in December 2010. Stop–start 1·3 the most innovative on launch, saving fuel to the tune of 26·5 km/l (75 mpg [Imperial]). Production first with UV-reducing glass in the front-door glass, reducing 99 per cent of UV light. Topped with RS model, equipped with 1·5, though FWD only; 4WD available for lesser models. CVT option across range. Larger and more athletic exterior, with C<sub>d</sub> dropping to 0,285, appearing less international and more Japanese than its predecessor; more interior room.
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'''Toyota Vitz (KSP130/NSP130/NCP130). 2010 to date (prod. n/a). 3- and 5-door sedan. F/F, F/A, 998 cm³ (I3 DOHC), 1329, 1496 cm³ petrol, 1497 cm³ petrol–electric hybrid, 1364 cm³ diesel (I4 DOHC).''' Third-generation Vitz, launched in December 2010, again exported as Yaris. Stop–start 1·3 the most innovative on launch, saving fuel to the tune of 26·5 km/l (75 mpg [Imperial]). Production first with UV-reducing glass in the front-door glass, reducing 99 per cent of UV light. Topped with RS model, equipped with 1·5, though FWD only; 4WD available for lesser models. CVT option across range. Larger and more athletic exterior, with C<sub>d</sub> dropping to 0,285, appearing less international and more Japanese than its predecessor; more interior room. Less engaging behind the wheel compared with previous model. “Cross”-grille facelift in 2014.
  
  
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''Marque:'' [[Toyota]] | ''Model:'' [[Toyota Vitz]] | ''Predecessor:'' [[Toyota Vitz (P90)]]
 
''Marque:'' [[Toyota]] | ''Model:'' [[Toyota Vitz]] | ''Predecessor:'' [[Toyota Vitz (P90)]]
  
 
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''q.v.'' [[Toyota Corolla (E160)]]
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Toyota Vitz (KSP130/NSP130/NCP130). 2010 to date (prod. n/a). 3- and 5-door sedan. F/F, F/A, 998 cm³ (I3 DOHC), 1329, 1496 cm³ petrol, 1497 cm³ petrol–electric hybrid, 1364 cm³ diesel (I4 DOHC). Third-generation Vitz, launched in December 2010, again exported as Yaris. Stop–start 1·3 the most innovative on launch, saving fuel to the tune of 26·5 km/l (75 mpg [Imperial]). Production first with UV-reducing glass in the front-door glass, reducing 99 per cent of UV light. Topped with RS model, equipped with 1·5, though FWD only; 4WD available for lesser models. CVT option across range. Larger and more athletic exterior, with Cd dropping to 0,285, appearing less international and more Japanese than its predecessor; more interior room. Less engaging behind the wheel compared with previous model. “Cross”-grille facelift in 2014.


Manufacturing location: Japan

Marque: Toyota | Model: Toyota Vitz | Predecessor: Toyota Vitz (P90)

q.v. Toyota Corolla (E160)





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