Toyota Corolla Altis GL and JS Variant Discontinued, Get’s a new J+ variant that is cheaper by 1.5 lakhs to the top-end variant
Toyota Corolla Altis has been never in the news of in a garage near you. It has been at a hotel porch receiving you or dropping you at the airport. Yes, we are talking about the diesel and not the fantastic petrol and the slick automatic gearbox it has. So to make sure fleet managers get the best while they buy the car in bulk. Toyota has finally introduced and exited some variants from the variant sheet. Diesel is the bulk of the Altis sold in the country.
Petrol is a proper customer car despite being a good one it doesn’t do that well for stiff competition in that segment from the Germans and the Koreans. Diesel is a preferred fuel in this segment but the Altis has a puny 1.4 diesel engine which makes 88 PS. While the competition churns out 126 BHP to 140 BHP.
Toyota Corolla Altis GL and JS Variant Discontinued make way for a new J+ variant. Now the G variant will act as the top model. The G variant will get all the features of the J, JS (now discontinued and repalced by J+) and J+ combined. Since the GL variant is gone, the top G variant now retails 1.5 lakhs cheaper. Meanwhile the G and J+ variant are cheaper by Rs 37,000 too.
Meanwhile the limited edition is the G variant, which is spruced up compensate to some extent of the GL features. The G variant limited edition as we told exclusively before gets smart link touch screen music system with gesture control and smartphone enabled navigation, along with leather seats, faux wood trim on door pads and gear knob, illuminated scuff plates.
However the G variant doesn’t get anything of G+ variant which had start-stop button, 16-inch alloy wheels, automatic LED headlamps, eight-way adjustable driver-side power seat, rear sunshade and rain sensing wipers. Good luck Corolla Altis!