While TMP has already revealed that the next-generation MPV will have four variants starting at P813,000, other details are still scarce at the moment. Luckily for us (and many of you), we’ve just received some info from a reliable source.
We’ve been told that the all-new model will come available with two gasoline engine options: a 105hp, 137Nm 1.5-liter mill, and a 97hp, 122Nm 1.3-liter powertrain. The former can be had with the top-of-the-line G variant and will be mated to a CVT, while the latter will be available with the E and J variants and will come with either a CVT or a five-speed manual.
The J variant will sit on 15-inch steel wheels, the E on 15-inch alloys, and the G on 16-inch alloys. Standard across the range are front disc and rear drum brakes, MacPherson struts up front, and a torsion beam out back.
Also standard across the lineup is a digital A/C panel. The base Avanza will get a 6.75-inch display audio, while the rest of the stable gets an eight-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. The top-spec G trim will get a push-to-start ignition and telescopic steering-wheel adjustment.
Other features exclusive to the top-of-the-line Avanza include blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert. All variants get hill-start assist, ABS with EBD, and a reversing camera with clearance and rear sonars.
Now, none of these are official yet as of this writing. With just about a couple of weeks to go before the official launch, we expect to see the official specs and the full price list surface real soon. Are you excited?
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