2 Toyota Etios Liva User Reviews Available
As the Maruti Swift and Hyundai i20 had long waiting periods I went out and bought a Toyota Etios Liva. On hindsight though this was not the best decision. The interior plastic quality of the Etios Liva are below par, the car does not have enough in terms of features or creature comforts and the thin seats are downright uncomfortable. I mean, what was Toyota thinking? I agree that the interiors of the base model Swift also leave much to be desired but I expected much more from Toyota.
The only good part is that I spend close to no money on maintenance of this car as it is very reliable and only requires oil and filter changes during service. Super mechanical product as always from Toyota, but not much else.
Tough, reliable but uncharacteristic
My driving involves a lot of out of town work trips and for this reason alone I wanted a car that I knew would be absolutely reliable. And for this reason alone I bought the Toyota Etios Liva. Of course, right from day one the car has been extremely dependable. My work takes me to some pretty bad roads as well and sometimes to places where there aren’t any actual roads. As a result, My Etios Liva has taken quite a beating sometimes from huge pot holes to large undulations but I’ am happy to report that this has led to no problems whatsoever.
While I really appreciate its tough and reliable nature I do wish the interiors of the car looked better and the car had more features.