Toyota Gives 2014 Sai Facelift To Make It More Appealing (Video)
Aug 30, 2013 12:22
The Toyota Sai never had a bright moment before, but now it may just be a different story. The exterior makeover of the Sai compact hybrid sedan looks like it was inspired by the same people responsible for the latest Camry saloon.
The 2014 Sai gains new tail lamps that occupy the entire rear end, and a redesigned bumper with a fresh selection of alloy wheels and three new exterior colors named Red Mica Metallic, Grey Mica Metallic and Clear Stream Metallic. The interior also gets a facelift with a brand new center console with different air vents and controls.
The automaker re-tuned the suspension adding new dampers to improve handling, while the 187hp (190PS) hybrid powertrain that combines a 2.4-liter inline four with an electric motor and a CVT, has been tweaked offering a fuel economy of 22.4 km/L (equal to 52.7mpg US and 4.5 lt/100km) and CO2 emissions of 104 g/km.
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