Thursday, April 21, 2016

3rd Generation Toyota Noah and Voxy G's

2017 Toyota Noah G's

2017 Toyota Voxy G's

Toyota's G Sports sub-brand once made hot versions of the Noah and Voxy twin minivans in their previous generations. Now, with the current generation Noah and Voxy been on the block for two years since its 2014 debut, it's time for these twin family movers to get spiced up with their new G's variants.

The newest Noah and Voxy G's variants features numerous chassis and aerodynamic upgrades compared to the standard models. From its braces, 18-inch wheels, sports brake pads, specially-made sub-muffler, special program in their power steering CPUs, new suspension that made them 60% stiffer, 20mm lower in the front, and 25mm lower in the back, and much more, seems that the G's variants made them realize that they're not your average family mover that you're using them every day from work, family bonding, outing with your friends, and other stuff you do for a living.

Like in the previous generations, the new Noah G's and Voxy G's feature unique equipments made specifically for these variants such as unique front grille, LED illumination lamps, specially-designed speedo, race-inspired pedals, red push engine start button, and much more to list.

These sporty variants use the 2.0L petrol engine variants with front-wheel drive as its basis, meaning it's a 2.0L 3ZR-FAE engine that produces 152PS of power and 193Nm of torque. It's mated with a Super CVT-i with 7-speed manual mode.

These mild-but-tangy variants of Toyota's ever popular family movers, the Noah Si G's and the Voxy ZS G's, are yours for 3,119,237 Japanese Yen. The Noah Si G's is available at Corolla dealerships while the Voxy ZS G's are available at Netz dealerships across Japan. Best be warned that these models are available exclusively for Japanese family use. Dismissed.

Photo: Toyota Motor Corporation

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