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Old 16th October 2016, 14:25   #211
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Default Re: Toyota Etios 1.5L Petrol : An Owner's Point of View

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Got delivery of my Etios V yesterday
Congrats! Will love to see some exterior and interior pics of your new possession!

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Is the box labelled 'Relay and Fuse' on the right a stock OEM fitment, or something you had fitted aftermarket?
The black box written 'Relay and Fuse' is a company fitment. Its the the 2nd fuse box placed in the engine bay. The first one is behind the speedometer console.
The small box written 'Philips dual head lamp relay' is an aftermarket fit.
For more details you can have a look at this post-
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/long-t...ml#post3157740 (Toyota Etios 1.5L Petrol : An Owner's Point of View)

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65,000kms update.

Been a couple of months since my last update at 64,000kms.

The small niggles at the 64,000 kms mark never reappeared. Please refer to this post for details- http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/long-t...ml#post4060851 (Toyota Etios 1.5L Petrol : An Owner's Point of View)

The niggle with the power window appears to be well sorted out after spraying the Go20 spray once.
The new Minda horns are a bliss on the highways and for the ignorant bikers or pedestrians.
Quite happy with the Philips 90/100 rally vision bulbs with a Philips relay.

The below pic is on low beam.

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Overall the car is doing absolutely fine. No issues to report. Till now am impressed with the Toyota reliability. Its truly a fill it, shut it & forget it car for the last 5 years 5 months.

Had some small off the road fun too. The incline in the below pic was only attempted by a Fortuner, a Scorpio and my Etios! The other small cars and sedans just backed off! Am not saying they couldn't, they just had more sensible drivers !

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Just completed the 65,000 kms mark today (Sunday afternoon) on a lazy 200kms fun drive on the highways.

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