2019 Toyota Sienta facelift: Thai prices and specs

2019 Toyota Sienta facelift: Thai prices and specs

Mini-MPV gets its mandatory mid-life update and sees slightly increased prices.

Toyota Motor Thailand has released a refreshed version of the Sienta mini-MPV after selling it in its current generation for three years.

Cosmetic changes are on the subtle side of things including a new grille and bumper design, plus LED lights.

Inside, there’s an upgraded 6.8in infotainment screen accommodating the brand’s T-Link connectivity and keyless entry and start. The top version sees black leather with orange stitching.

Power remains the same: 108hp/140Nm 1.5-litre petrol engine hooked up to CVT automatic driving the front wheels.

Prices have been set at 765,000 baht for G and 875,000 baht for V. These represent increases of 15k and 10k accordingly over the pre-facelift model.

Thanks to its rear sliding doors, the Sienta is without a direct rival in the Thai mini-MPV market. Models like the Honda Mobilio, Suzuki Ertiga and Toyota’s own Avanza all have conventionally hinged doors but are cheaper in price.

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