Toyota Noah is a popular car on our roads. Hybrid cars have become more and more common on our roads though not everyone likes them.
It has good exterior looks and a powerful engine to help push its big body. The car has a variety of features. One of the most notable features is its fuel consumption. 23.8 km/l is an impressive figure for such a big car. It should however be noted that fuel economy figures mentioned in this article may not correspond to real world figures due to a variety of factors. This car is a front wheel drive . It has an 1800 cc engine that is mated to a E-CVT automatic transmission. The smart entry system for this car is also an added advantage. Some of the highlights of this car include:
- Independent left and right air conditioning.
- Dual power sliding doors .
- Cruise control.
- Led headlights
- Toyota safety sense.
- Keyless start and stop.
- Captain seats.
- Flexible seating arrangements.
- Multi function steering wheel.
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