Widely anticipating the 2010 Toyota Wish

The 2010 Wish comes equipped with the revolutionary ‘Valvematic’ engine for the 1.8 and 2.0 cc versions, Toyota’s very own all time variable valve-lift and timing system that provides top performance with economical features added in. the Super CVT-I (Continuously Variable Transmission-intelligent) system is also included in this family providing up to 15% in fuel efficiency without compromising on driving performance and experience.

In terms of safety features, the S-VSC (Steering-assisted Vehicle Stability Control), SRS side and curtain-shielded airbags are also welcoming features. All the versions also comes standard with the Sports Sequential Shiftmatic transmission which provides up to 7 speed manual transmission as well as using the CVT Sport for the 1.8 and Dynamic Sport Modes for the 2.0Z respectively.

Gear shifting in the 1.8S and 2.0Z versions are fitted with paddle shifters. The different modes that drivers can expect would bring about different driving experiences. The Dynamic Sport Mode is meant for those who are into sporty driving that demands sensitive acceleration while the Eco Drive Mode, where an indicator will be lit up will inform the driver that the car is running on fuel-efficient system.

There are more than enough leg room for the passengers in the Wish 2010 to easily sit 7 people. The car comes fitted with 10 speakers all around the vehicle from its front and rear as well as above to provide the best live surround experience under the Wish Panoramic Live Sound System. Air conditioning in the car is automatic providing the Plasmacluster3 air-purifying technology while the Smart Entry and Start System are added safety features. The sheer size of the car meant that parking assistance would be very useful and Toyota has added the Intelligent Parking Assist System using ultrasonic sensors.