Toyota Belta Review

2005 Toyota Belta
2005 Toyota Belta

Toyota Belta is the successor to the discontinued Toyota Platz sedan and is the broader version of Corolla. Its production started in the end of 2005 with the high spirit of Toyota coming by default. It is called Toyota Yaris in North America and Australia while the South Asia knows it as Toyota Vios.
The Toyota Belta has the unique position of being the subcompact sedan that is designed, assembled and sold in Japan with no direct competition in domestic market. The review highlights the following points:

Features Of Toyota Belta

The features and specifications of Toyota Belta is mixed together to provide quality experience on the go. The exterior is made attractive enough with the Alloy Wheels, Roof Rail, lights and color scheme. The Alloy Wheels provide indirect support to tires with designing that magically enhance look of the car. The headlights and taillights work together to illuminate road to a new level with night fogy drive facilitated.

Toyota Belta Interior
Toyota Belta Interior


The Toyota Belta fuel consumption is premium with different engines to support. The lowest displacement is 1000 CC 1KR-FE, then it is 1300 CC 2NZ-FE and 2SZ-FE with the highest one of 1500 CC in 1NZ-FE. All the engines were available in inline 4 technology with straight 4 cylinders in line.
The automatic transmission further gives the modern taste of experience without the need to much of human intervention followed by manual transmission. The manual transmission gives the typical feel with quality enhanced, that has been the true essence of drive since beginning. The Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) further gave unlimited gear ratios that bring fuel efficiency in low cost.
Toyota Belta is also economical when we have price comparison, making it a small vehicle ruling large number of hearts.

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