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Old 25th July 2014, 07:40   #16
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The CUV now on tape, other than a repositioned muffler and higher suspension the usual torsion beam rear suspension has been replaced with an independent type -an all-wheel-drive system.

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Default Re: Scoop:Toyota Corolla SUV spin-off spied

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This looks more for Europe. Highly doubt if Toyota would bring this here. They can easily bring the Rav4 if required.
I agree with you. May be, we can add that it could be for US too.

I can't imagine a CUV costing as much as Yeti or even CR-V, coming with 1.4 litre diesel engine and 85 PS power. Considering the difficulties Toyota had in fitting such a small diesel engine in current Altis (they had to sacrifice fog lamps, if I am not wrong), it looks like it is not possible to put a bigger diesel engine in this car.

On the other hand, can the petrol version create a dent in CR-V's sales in India?
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