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Toyota Avanza

Toyota Avanza
First generation Avanza (F601RM, Indonesia)
Manufacturer Astra Daihatsu Motor (Indonesia)
Perodua Manufacturing Sdn. Bhd (Malaysia) (first generation)
FAW Jilin (China) (first generation) [1]
Also called Toyota Avanza Veloz (Indonesia)
Daihatsu Xenia
FAW Senya M80/S80 (China)[1][2][3]
Production 2003–present
Assembly Sunter, North Jakarta, Indonesia
Karawang, Jawa Barat, Indonesia
Rawang, Selangor, Malaysia
Body and chassis
Class Mini MPV
Body style 5-door MPV
Layout Front engine, rear-wheel drive
Transmission 5-speed manual
4-speed automatic
Predecessor Toyota Kijang (fourth gen, fifth gen replaced with Kijang Innova)

The Toyota Avanza (Japanese: トヨタ アバンザ Toyota Abanza) is a mini MPV designed by Daihatsu. It is produced in Indonesia[4] and also contract assembled in Malaysia (under Perodua) for the first generation. Daihatsu designed and manufactures the vehicle, which is then sold by both Daihatsu and Toyota under Xenia and Avanza name plate respectively. Daihatsu supplies the vehicle to Toyota under a consigned production and OEM manufacturing agreement.[5] The car was launched at the Gaikindo Auto Expo in 2003 and sold over 100,000 units that year. The name "Avanza" was taken from the Italian word "avanzato", which means "advance".

The Avanza is a new model developed as an entry-level MPV. Its spiritual predecessor was the Kijang, whose model program has since been split to two different models (the other being the larger, more expensive Kijang Innova) to expand Toyota's reach in the MPV sector. The Avanza has similar to the Kijang's rural road-capable, rear-wheel drive, body-on-frame design.

In addition to Indonesia and Malaysia, the Avanza is sold in Philippines, Thailand, Brunei, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Lebanon, Mexico, Peru, Egypt, and various other African countries. A rebadged version of the car was sold in China under the FAW badge until 2010.

As of October 2011, there have been 1 million Avanza-Xenia units sold, including 113,000 exported units.[6][7]


  • Engines 1
  • First generation (F600, 2003–2011) 2
    • Indonesia 2.1
    • Malaysia 2.2
    • Philippines 2.3
  • Second generation (F650, 2011–present) 3
    • Indonesia 3.1
    • Malaysia 3.2
    • Philippines 3.3
    • Singapore 3.4
    • Safety 3.5
  • Daihatsu Xenia 4
    • Second generation 4.1
      • Models 4.1.1
      • Engine 4.1.2
  • See also 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7


Introduced in December 2003, the Avanza is a five-door MPV with a front engine, rear-wheel drive layout. It features a 1.3 L K3-DE gasoline inline-four engine with a maximum output of 86 PS (63 kW; 85 hp) at 6,000 rpm (before 2006), a 1.3 L K3-VE VVT-i gasoline engine that produces 92 PS (68 kW; 91 hp) at 6,000 rpm, and a 1.5 L 3SZ-VE gasoline engine that produces 109 PS (80 kW; 108 hp) at 6,000 rpm. In Philippines, the Avanza also offered with a 1.4 L 1ND-TV diesel engine that produces 90 PS (66 kW; 89 hp) at 3,800 rpm.[8]

In 2015, the Avanza features two new engines, consists of 1.3 L 1NR-FE Dual VVT-i gasoline engine that produces 98 PS (72 kW; 97 hp) at 6,000 rpm and 1.5 L 2NR-FE Dual VVT-i gasoline engine that produces 104 PS (76 kW; 103 hp) at 6,000 rpm.

First generation (F600, 2003–2011)

First generation
Front view of the facelifted first generation Avanza (F602RM) with front bumper spoiler.
Production 2003-2011
Wheelbase 2,655 mm (104.5 in)
Length 4,120 mm (162.2 in)
Width 1,630 mm (64.2 in)
Height 1,695 mm (66.7 in)
Rear view of the facelifted first generation Avanza with rear bumper spoiler.


When the Avanza was launched in Indonesia it was available in two models: the 1.3 E and 1.3 G. In January 2005, the Avanza 1.3 S was added with a 1.3 L VVT-i engine and 4-speed automatic that only sold 5000 units. A new exterior color (black) was added at the same time. The Avanza later became one of the best selling cars in Indonesia.

The Avanza was restyled near the end of the third quarter of 2006 with a new VVT-i engine, new grille, new bumpers, new interior, and new front and rear lamps.[10] The 1.3 S was replaced by the 2006 Avanza 1.5 S, using a new 1.5 L 16-valve DOHC VVT-i gasoline engine (similar to the Rush SUV) along with the new anti-lock braking system. The 1.3 E and 1.3 G models were upgraded to use the 1.3 L 16-valve DOHC VVT-i gasoline engine from the outgoing 1.3 S model.


In Malaysia, the Avanza is available in some models: 1.5 G, 1.5 S in automatic transmission, alongside 1.5 E and 1.3 E in both automatic and manual transmission.


In the Philippines, the Avanza has been offered since 2006 with 2 trim levels: J line with a 1.3 L engine, having no power windows and locks, and only available with a manual transmission, while the G line has a 1.5 L engine, and available with a 5-speed manual transmission and a 4-speed automatic transmission respectively. In 2008, the J line was made available without the third row seat. This particular line is popularly used as metered taxicabs in the Philippines; although it is sometimes mistaken for a UV vehicle with a dedicated route, like how its ancestors (Tamaraw FX and Revo) were utilized.

The Avanza was updated in 2008 with a new ceiling with grooves to improve airflow to the rear and a new interior colour scheme.

The Avanza has folding seats in the back, forming a third row of seats.

Second generation (F650, 2011–present)

Second generation
Side view of the second generation Avanza Veloz (F652RM).
Production 2011-present
Wheelbase 2,655 mm (104.5 in)
Length 4,140 mm (163.0 in)
Width 1,660 mm (65.4 in)
Height 1,695 mm (66.7 in)


The second generation Avanza is featured with increased dimensions and a more passenger car like design and has launched on November 7, 2011 in Jakarta, Indonesia. The second generation Avanza is available in E, G, and Veloz [12] trim line (the S trim was replaced by Veloz); with G and Veloz model have a Luxury variant. The Luxury variant was introduced in June 2014 to compete with its luxury competitors, such as Suzuki Ertiga Elegant / Sporty and Honda Mobilio Prestige / RS.

The Avanza received a facelift update in August 12, 2015. Updates consist of new engine, front and rear design, interior color, head unit and safety features.[13][14]

Rear quarter view of facelifted Toyota Avanza Veloz
The 1.3 E does not have fog lamps, in contrast with its 1.3 G, 1.5 G and Veloz variants. The 1.5 L version of the Avanza in Indonesia (1.5 G and Veloz) shared same wheel design, and both of them has an outer mirror with turning signal lamp. Veloz has a different body kit and spoiler as a standard. Body-kit enhancements on the exterior available on Luxury models. Facelift models features larger grille, rear reflector garnish and updated wheel design (1.5 Veloz has polished two-tone alloy wheels)
The 1.3 E does not have any audio unit, the 1.3 G has a 1 DIN audio system with radio, CD, and MP3 player. The 1.5 G has a 2 DIN audio system with radio, CD, and MP3 player. The Veloz and Luxury have the same audio unit with 1.5 G, but with additional steering switches, USB and AUX input. All models has multi information display and a tilt steering system as standard. Unlike another trim line which have beige interior color, Veloz has dark grey interior color. All models has Dual SRS airbags as standard. Luxury models has additional luxuries, such as wood panel, leather seats, and roof monitor as standard. The audio system was also refined with DVD player. In the facelift version, all models has 2 DIN audio system with CD, MP3, USB, AUX & Bluetooth with telephone connectivity as standard (1.5 models were enhanced with touchscreen monitor, DVD player and sat-nav). For E and G trim, interior color has changed to dark brown, and Veloz changed into full black.
Safety Features
As 2015, standard safety features available on all models are Dual SRS airbags, 3-point seatbelt for all passengers, ABS, ISOFIX, immobilizer, side impact beam, and Eco driving indicator. Stability control was available in several markets.


The models that available in Malaysia are 1.3 E, 1.5 E, 1.5 G, and 1.5 S (known in Indonesia as the Veloz).

The 1.3 E and 1.5 E does not have fog lamps. The 1.5 G and 1.5 S have fog lamps.
The 1.3 E has a 1 DIN audio system with radio, CD, and MP3 player. The 1.5 E has the same audio unit with 1.3 E, but with WMA, AUX and USB input, and iPod compatibility. For the 1.3 E steering wheel, it is a 3-spoke, urethane, and fixed steering wheel, while 1.5 E one is a 3-spoke, urethane, and tilting steering wheel. The 1.5 G and 1.5 S has the same steering wheel with 1.5 E, but with steering switch, and silver ornament.


The second generation Avanza with increased dimensions had launched in the Philippines in January 13, 2012.[15] The second generation Avanza's design gives it a more upscale, high-tech look than that of its plebeian-looking predecessor.[16] And it's in 3 variants the base which is the 1.3.J only available in 5 speed manual no rear wiper,no fog lights,black colored side mirrors and full wheel disc cap. Unlike the first generation avanza the second generation now has the 1.3.E variant with a choice of 4 speed automatic or 5 speed manual though it has rear wiper and colored key side mirrors it has no front fog lights and it has a different style of alloy wheels and the top of the line 1.5.G it has front fog lights,rear spoiler,TVSS and different style alloy wheels.


The second generation Avanza is available in Singapore since December 2013. Only the 1.5 L version is available with a 4-speed automatic transmission.


Pre-facelift Toyota Avanza as a taxi in Cape Town, South Africa.

ASEAN NCAP test results for a RHD, 5-door MPV on a 2013 registration:[17]

Test Score
Adult occupant protection:
Child occupant protection: 38%

Daihatsu Xenia

Daihatsu Xenia
Daihatsu Xenia 1.0 D.
Production 2003-present
Wheelbase 2,655 mm (104.5 in)
Length 4,140 mm (163.0 in)
Width 1,660 mm (65.4 in)
Height 1,695 mm (66.7 in)
2008 Daihatsu Xenia Li in Indonesia.

The Avanza's twin model is the Daihatsu Xenia (Japanese: ダイハツ セニア Daihatsu Senia) that is powered by a 1.3 L engine similar to the Avanza's, and a three-cylinder 1.0 L engine with power and torque rating at 63 PS (46 kW; 62 hp) at 5,600 rpm and 92 N·m (68 lb·ft) at 3,600 rpm.[18]

In China, Daihatsu together with FAW launched the first generation Xenia as the FAW-Jilin Senya S80 SUV on June 21, 2007. Production in China is carried out at FAW Jilin Auto until 2010.[19]

Currently, the Xenia is sold in Indonesia only.

Second generation

Alongside with Toyota Avanza, Daihatsu also launched the Xenia. The design of this car is still the same as the Avanza, but Xenia does not have 1.5 L engine variant and Luxury model, along with affordable pricing.


The Daihatsu Xenia is available in 4 different trim levels: D, M, X, R. Xenia D, M, and X came with 5-speed manual gearbox, whilst Xenia R have either 5-speed gearbox (R M/T) or 4-Speed Automatic (R A/T). For only the M, X and R model, there are sub-classes consists Family, Deluxe, Sporty and Attivo (R only); differs by the exterior kits (such as body-kit, parking camera and so on) and sound-system (additional double-din DVD player with LCD screen and satnav)


Xenia D and M have 1.0L EJ-VE 3 cylinder DOHC engine producing 63 PS (46 kW; 62 bhp) and 9.2 kg·m (90 N·m) of torque, whilst Xenia X and R have a 1.3L K3-VE 4 cylinder DOHC engine producing 92 PS (68 kW; 91 bhp) and 11.9 kg·m (117 N·m) of torque. Both engines are equipped with Toyota's standard electronic fuel injection with Variable Valve Timing with Intelligence system (VVT-i).

See also


  1. ^ a b "Tycho" (2010-05-05). "Beijing Auto Show 2010: FAW-Jilin Senya S80 SUV". Retrieved 2010-07-07. 
  2. ^ 于声远 (Yu Sheng-Yuan) (2009-09-03). "售价5.49–7.79万元 一汽森雅M80上市" (in 中文). Retrieved 2010-03-30. 
  3. ^ 章宁 (Zhang Ning) (腾讯汽车 (Tencent Qiche)) (2010-06-02). "下半年上市 一汽森雅S80无伪装谍照曝<光" (in 中文). Retrieved 2010-07-07. 
  4. ^ "Daihatsu & Toyota Announce Dual-model Debut for Indonesia". 2003-12-11. Retrieved 2010-12-10. 
  5. ^ "Daihatsu 2010 Annual report" (PDF). Daihatsu Motor Co. 
  6. ^ "Toyota Avanza to released in Indonesia with dual SRS Airbags". PT Astra International Toyota - Auto2000. July 7, 2011. 
  7. ^ "Xenia-Avanza Generasi Kedua Siap Ulang Sukses". November 7, 2011. 
  8. ^ a b "Toyota Avanza Diesel". Mitula Cars. Philippines. Retrieved 2015-07-23. 
  9. ^ "2004 Toyota Avanza Review". Honest John. Thailand. Retrieved 2015-07-25. 
  10. ^ "Daihatsu Xenia VVT-i, More Elegant, More Luxury, and More Powerful". 2006-07-12. Retrieved 2010-12-10. 
  11. ^ "Toyota Avanza New Engine Details & Specifications". Indonesia. Retrieved 2015-07-24. 
  12. ^ "Toyota Astra Motor hadirkan Avanza Veloz Luxury di Indonesia". 2014-06-14. 
  13. ^ "Toyota Avanza New Features, Engine Details & Specifications". Indonesia. Retrieved 2015-07-24. 
  14. ^
  15. ^ "Toyota Motors Philippines – avanza". 2012-01-13. 
  16. ^ "Toyota launches all-new Avanza". TopGear Philippines. 2012-01-13. Retrieved 2011-01-13. 
  17. ^ "Toyota Avanza".  
  18. ^ a b "Daihatsu Xenia VVT-i". Astra Daihatsu. 
  19. ^ "New Models from the 2010 Guangzhou Auto Show (4): FAW Xenia (Senya) S80". 

External links

A Toyota Avanza used as a Cape Town Taxi Cab in South Africa

Official sites

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  • Thailand
  • Malaysia
  • Philippines
  • Singapore
  • Africa (all countries)
  • South Africa
  • México
  • Astra Daihatsu
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