Car Review : 2013 Toyota Corolla Altis
The 2013 Toyota Corolla Altis for the Japanese market (JDM: Japanese Domestic Market) will go on sale in May 2012. In Japan, the 10th generation of Corolla is known by the name Axio (sedan) and Fielder (wagon). While in Europe the car is called Auris (hatchback), and called Altis in North America and Asia (including Indonesia).
2013 Toyota Corolla Altis Specifications
A reliable source said that the 2013 Toyota Corolla Altis will come with some changes. One of them is a change in the size of its dimensions, 4395 mm x 1695 mm x 1460 mm (previous: 4540 mm/1.760 mm/1.465 mm). Other changes, a new front headlight design that is symmetrical up-down like the Camry’s.
At the cabin, the dashboard was no longer stand apart but to follow the surface. While the concept of the center is still using the same model, starting from the location of the monitor, control buttons, and AC display. Changes were also seen in the form of the steering bar that turns into a 4 bars while still providing regulatory control. To provide a luxurious, wood accents will be retained in the center console and trim.
2013 Toyota Corolla Altis is available in several options, 1.3-liter, 1.5-liter and 1.8-liter and the smallest capacity is claimed to produce the fuel efficiency of 20 kpl on the JC08 test (chassis dynamometer test cycle).