The Toyota Glanza has just been updated for the Indian market. It is one of the models that have been developed thanks to the existing agreement between this manufacturer and Maruti-Suzuki. As you may have guessed, the new model bears a strong resemblance to the Baleno.
Both the Suzuki Baleno and the Toyota Glanza/Starlet share most of the elements and only the version for Toyota receives slight changes to try to achieve a small approach in image with the rest of the models, although it is really hard to find the differences.
The Toyota Glanza lands at the end of this month of March in dealerships with a gasoline engine of 1.2 liters and 90 CV of power in combination with a manual gearbox with five speeds or with a robotic transmission with the same number of relationships.
In India this model It is marketed with finishes E, S, G and V. The first already has ABS, double airbags, electric windows, remote closing, automatic climate control, rear parking sensor, adjustable steering wheel, painted bumpers, 15-inch rim hubcaps, etc.
In the most complete they can have Head Up Display, 360º camera, keyless access, push button start, light alloy wheels, Arkamys sound systemLED headlights, cruise control, side and curtain airbags, tinted windows, connected services, etc.
The new Toyota Glanza will be marketed in the India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and, in a second stage, also South Africa (under the name Starlet) and other African markets. It is not planned to be marketed in Europe since it does not comply with current regulations.