One of smallest MPVs around, it’s compact size belies its ability to carry people and cargo around in comfort. With seating for up to seven, it also has thoughtful features such as power sliding rear doors for easy entry and egress in tight spaces, UV cut for all glass areas, and Toyota Safety Sense to keep everyone safe and sound.
Perfect for larger families, couples with active lifestyles or ride share drivers looking for an economical and spacious car!
Come by our showrooms and view the Toyota Sienta 1.5G Petrol and Hybrid MPVs soon!
The Toyota Prius Alpha S is a highly economical compact MPV that’s propelled by a 1.8-litre petrol-hybrid drivetrain featuring Hybrid Synergy Drive and it seats seven with ease.
It’s highly recommended for first time buyers looking for a spacious MPV with easy driving characteristics as well as drivers who are transitioning from family sedans to MPVs but who don’t want to break the bank while doing so.
(Currently, the Toyota Prius Alpha S Hybrid is going for $120,988 including COE)
The Toyota Noah may not be as famous as its larger siblings, the Estima, Alphard and Vellfire, but it has something which they have and it’s mega useful – the option to choose a variant with either 7 or 8 seats!
Whichever one you opt for, you are guaranteed of one of the roomiest MPVs in its category and price range. And speaking of price, the Noah 2.0 X (with 7 or 8 seats) costs from only $11X,988 including COE.
Goodies include free GPS navigation system, 16-inch alloy wheels, a warranty of 5 years or 100,000 km (whichever comes first) and many more!
This fabulous deal will not be around for long as the VES is due for a change (inclusion of PM2.5 as a factor) on July 1 so don’t wait too long.
We have ready stock for registration, drop by our showroom to view them today! Alternatively call us at 64731119 (Leng Kee) or 67491119 (Ubi) for more information.
The Toyota Alphard may have a boxy silhouette (hence its roominess inside) but the designers have incorporated clever elements to ‘distract’ such as the head-turning ‘Transformer’ grille and jet plane-shaped taillights and sleek roof spoiler. It’s truly the King of luxury MPVs!
(We have one of the most comprehensive line-ups of Toyota models around. More than 25 variants!)
In the line-up of Toyota MPVs, the Noah sits in between the Sienta and the Estima. And just like its Japanese rivals, the Nissan Serena and Honda Stepwgn, it’s targeted at families with children who are looking to optimise the space versus price ratio.
The current (3rd generation) Toyota Noah was introduced in January 2014 and it brought in a slew of new highlights: design language, safety systems, interior, and for the first time, an engine start-stop system to improve fuel economy.
Fresh from its mid-life facelift, the 2017 Noah sports an even more distinctive exterior headlined by a snout which is instantly recognisable by its thick, horizontal slats and revised headlights and the taillights which feature an updated array.
The Noah 1.8G Hybrid you see here is differentiated from its petrol-only 2-litre sibling by “hybrid” badges and various blue illuminated items in the cabin. Propelled by a hybrid drivetrain comprising a 1.8-litre DOHC 4-cylinder engine and electric motor/battery combo, mated to a Electro Shiftmatic gearbox, it is one of the most frugal MPVs in its class.