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2002 Toyota Vitz


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Toyota Vitz Problems
Loosing power
2014, Its dragging in acceleration. I have
serviced it, changed oil, changed plugs and
changed...
CAR AC
2009, Hi....I have a Vitz 2009 1000cc (Japan
assembled) car. My car collided with another
car ...
Acceleration issue
2005, When I step on the accelerator,the
speedometer does not go beyond 40kmph. I
checked tran...

Engine size - Displacement - Engine capacity:1300 cm3
Transmission Gearbox - Number of speeds:Manual
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Drive wheels - Traction - Drivetrain:FF
Price (out of date):$5200


2002 Toyota Vitz specs, Engine size 1.3, Fuel type Gasoline, Drive wheels FF, Transmission Gearbox Manual

This article is about the Yaris/ Echo hatchback, for the Yaris/ Echo sedan see the Toyota Belta/ Toyota Platz

The Toyota Yaris (sold in different markets as the Toyota Vitz and Toyota Echo) is a line of subcompact cars first launched by Toyota in 1999, designed by Sotiris Kovos. The Yaris is a 3 and 5 door hatchback automobile.

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In Europe, the Americas, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, the Vitz is sold as the Yaris Liftback (or simply Yaris). Up to 2005, the Vitz was known as the Echo Hatchback in Canada, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand, with the Toyota Platz sedan being known as the Echo; the first generation Vitz was never sold in the US. Since 2006, the Vitz and Belta are marketed in US/ Canada as the Yaris Hatchback and Yaris, respectively.

The Toyota Belta sedan, which replaced the Toyota Platz, shares underpinnings with the Vitz. However, while the Vitz was designed at Toyota's European design studios, the Belta was designed at Toyota's Japanese design studios – two completely different design projects for similar cars marketed toward different demographics. While the outgoing Vitz and Platz models look and feel virtually alike (the only things the cars don't share is the front clip, lights, rear doors, and bodies from behind the B-pillar), the new Vitz and Belta are much more subtly related. Sharing a similar but different dashboard, they do not employ the same components. The cars share only a frame and the drivetrain options. The sheet metal is completely different.



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