Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Toyota Pixis Mega

2016 Toyota Pixis Mega

2016 Toyota Pixis Mega interior

This is the latest entry to Toyota's Pixis kei car range, the Pixis Mega, and if that reminds you of any, this is essentially a Toyota version of Daihatsu's tallest kei car offered on the market, the Wake.

Just like the Daihatsu Wake it's based from, the Pixis Mega is a tall kei car built for leisure activity in mind. It offers several options, which fits their lifestyle, in the form of a two-stage adjustable deck board with fixed hooks, utility hook, luggage compartment floor hook, and many others. Because this is the tallest of Toyota's Pixis kei-car range, the Pixis Mega is a lot roomier than any other kei car offered.

Under the bonnet, the Pixis Mega comes with a very fuel-efficient 660cc KF engine, which delivers 25.4km/L of fuel economy. The steering is rack and pinion, has MacPherson struts on the front, torsion beam at the back (for FWD models because 4WD models come with three-link), it still work as a city car and you can have as much fun as you want. For safety purposes, it's loaded with Smart Assist, Vehicle Stability Control, and TRC. In case of what's what, Smart Assist comes with low-speed range collision avoidance support brake function, false start suppression control function, and preceding vehicle start notification function.

Prices start at 1,350,000 to 1,873,800 Yen and it's available at most Toyota dealerships across Japan.

Photo: Toyota Motor Corporation

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