The new Toyota Glanza has been sent off in our market, only half a month after its sister model, the Maruti Suzuki Baleno was sent off. Initial costs for the Glanza start at Rs 6.39 lakh for the base E trim and go up to Rs 9.69 lakh for the top-spec S programmed trim (ex-display area, India). Toyota started tolerating appointments for the new Glanza last week for a symbolic measure of Rs 11,000 by means of its showrooms and site.
On the styling front, the new Glanza (like its ancestor) shares much for all intents and purpose with the Baleno, on which it is based. While the general extents and outline of the two models are close indistinguishable, this time around, Toyota has put forth a more genuine attempt to separate the two models. The invigorated Glanza gets another Camry-esque grille, a sportier front guard and new headlights with less complex LED daytime running lights illustrations (the three-block DRLs are selective to the Baleno).
Inside as well, there are similitudes in plan and format to the new Baleno, as it additionally gets a layered dashboard, unattached touchscreen infotainment framework and comparative controlling wheel plan. The huge change on the inside is the dark and beige shading plan seen all through the lodge, which gives it an upmarket look.
Dissimilar to the old Glanza, which came in the higher G and V trims, the new Glanza is presented in a sum of four trim levels – E, S, G and V, which intently compare to the Baleno’s Sigma, Delta, Zeta and Alpha trims. This permits the new Glanza to have a substantially more aggressive beginning cost than previously.
Toyota is offering a lot of pack on the Glanza, as the top-spec variation accompanies a head-up show (HUD), a 360-degree camera, a 9.0-inch touchscreen infotainment framework with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support, ‘Toyota I-Connect’ associated vehicle tech, programmed environment control, guiding with slant and adaptive change and 6 airbags.
The Toyota Glanza keeps on contending in the superior hatchback section and takes on the new Maruti Suzuki Baleno, Hyundai i20, Tata Altroz, Honda Jazz and VW Polo.