Toyota replaced the Agya with the Vitz, its most economical model in South Africa. The Vitz resembles the Suzuki Celerio because Toyota and Suzuki have badge-engineered multiple vehicles.

The Vitz has the same 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine as the Suzuki, delivering 49kW and 89N.m. The standard 1.0 and Xr models have five-speed manual gearboxes, while the Xr has an automated manual. Toyota claims 4.4L/100km for manual versions and 4.2L/100km for automatic models for the Vitz, which has a top speed of 160km/h.

Toyota buyers seeking reliability and affordability like the Vitz.

The Vitz is Toyota’s cheapest model, beginning at R189 900. It competes with the R206 000 manual Agya and R222 100 automatic Agya. The Vitz appeals to budget-conscious Toyota shoppers searching for reliability and affordability.

The Vitz has air conditioning, electric power steering, central locking, and a touchscreen infotainment system with Bluetooth. Alloy wheels, fog lamps, and a rearview camera come on higher-spec Xr versions. Since they share engines and transmissions, the Vitz and Agya perform similarly and efficiently.

The new Toyota Vitz is an economical Toyota choice for South African shoppers. It challenges its sibling, the Agya, with its competitive pricing, comparable performance, and well-equipped features, making it a popular choice among budget-conscious purchasers.

Toyota Vitz Price

  • 1.0 MT – R189 900
  • 1.0 XR MT – R219 900
  • 1.0 XR AMT – R239 900

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