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Toyota Agya debuts in Indonesia

The sporty-looking Toyota Agya GR Sport has been given a tweaked suspension giving it even more of a sporty finish.

THE Toyota is known for its renowned synergies in certain markets around the world, including Indonesia, where the automaker has just launched the second generation Agya.

The city car shares almost all of its design and foundation with the Daihatsu Ayla and Perodua Axia, although it is the only one available in the GR Sport version with aggressive styling and chassis improvements.

Visually, Toyota Agya is trying to differentiate itself from its brothers Daihatsu and Perodua, which are admittedly more similar to each other.

This is achieved by the redesigned bumper with a huge grille flanked by sporty fake air intakes and slightly different headlamps.

In addition, the Toyota Agya GR Sport features a more aggressive body kit, including larger false air intakes and aerodynamic extensions on the bumpers and side sills, combined with 15″ alloy wheels.

Like all triplets, the Toyota Agya is based on the Daihatsu New Global Architecture (DNGA), measuring 3760 mm in length (148″), 1665 mm (65.6″) in width and 1550 mm (61″) in height, with a wheelbase of 2525 mm (99.4″).

That makes it 60mm longer than the EU-spec Toyota Aygo X and 180mm shorter than the global-spec Toyota Yaris.

The Toyota Agya GR Sport pictured is slightly longer than the smaller trims measuring 3830mm due to the special bodykit.

Under the bonnet lies a 1.2 liter Dual VVT-i three-cylinder naturally aspirated petrol engine producing 87 hp (65 kW / 88 hp) and 113 Nm (83 lb-ft) of torque.

This is the only powertrain available for the Toyota, although the Daihatsu and Perodua also come with a less powerful 1.0 liter engine.

The mill can be mated to a five-speed manual or a CVT automatic, sending power to the front axle.

The finishing GR Sport It doesn't get any performance upgrades over lesser trims, but it does benefit from a sportier suspension setup to match the aggressive looks and more generous equipment.

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Speaking of equipment, the Agya GR Sport comes packaged to industry standards.

This model has LED headlights, paddle shifters for simulated CVT gears, 8″ touch screen for infotainment, GR emblem (seats, leather steering wheel and side sills).

And it doesn't stop here!

With red stitching, a reversing camera, rear parking sensors, a wireless charging pad, electric folding mirrors, a dash cam and a "premium horn" that will likely make it sound more expensive than your average city car.

Don't expect any ADAS though, with the safety kit pretty much limited to a few airbags.

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Source: Carscoops

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