Here is a summary of all the different versions that the Toyota Glanza comes in. There are 5 different trim levels on offer with the most affordable being the G MT version. The number of manual versions are 3 while the number of automatic trims are 2. Each version's ARAI rated fuel economy is also mentioned below. To know more about each version, click its name below.
|G MTPetrol,Upto 19.56,Manual||₹ 7.18 Lakh|
|G HybridPetrol,Upto 23.87,Manual||₹ 7.65 Lakh|
|VPetrol,Upto 21.01,Manual||₹ 7.90 Lakh|
The Toyota Glanza is one of the 7 different models from the house of Toyota. Prices for this Hatchback start from Rs 718300 and buyers can pick from as many as 5 different versions. The transmission options on the Toyota Glanza include both Manual and Automatic gearbox. The Glanza offers a max power of 89PS@6000 rpm. Some of the main rivals include Tata Nexon and Volkswagen Polo TSI Turbo Edition.
Toyota Glanza G MT I have driven my Glanza a total of 10,000 km in just four months of ownership. I am getting a fuel efficiency of 14 km/l combined which is good considering itâ€™s a petrol. The major runs happen on city and highways both and I am very much in awe with this car. I have the red colour and it really looks stunning in sun. The only issue I faced is the lack of rear seat comfort. Now, the Glanza is spacious but for long journeys, the rear passengers have complained about the comfort. I didnâ€™t face this issue in my Honda Jazz. I also like the Toyota branding and the added warranty which comes with the Glanza. Toyota could have changed some looks and improved the suspension of the Glanza though but then itâ€™s alright.
Toyota Glanza V CVT The Glanza is my second Toyota product after the Innova. I wanted a petrol hatchback and Glanza seemed to be a perfect choice since it Maruti Suzuki adds their blend to it. Apart from an automatic premium hatchback, I also wanted a fuel efficienct car which Glanza was providing. Till now I have driven this car to 7000 km and I am very happy about this. This is for my city runs which includes grocery shopping, gym and dairy. On an average I use it alternate days and till now it is running smoothly. Itâ€™s not the best car or has the peppiest engine but it does my job good so overall its nice.
Toyota Glanza G 1.2 I was reluctant to buy Maruti Baleno in October 2019 because of the brand name and the excellent cabin space. I was also about to book the car until my friend called me and asked to hold up and check out Toyota Glanza. Basically, a rebadged baleno offering same set of features but with low pricing and added warranty. Since I was looking for a hatchback which gives me a good mileage and is a petrol, thatâ€™s when Glanza striked me. Till now I have covered around 10,000 km with the car with occasional highway runs. I opted for the G variant as it was cheaper by Rs 65,000 and gave me 3 year warranty against the Maruti Baleno. Since the car was same, I was not shy and I happily became a customer of Toyota. Till now there is no major problem and it delivers me 15 km/l which is quite good.