Toyota Noah is a luxurious and spacious car that can accommodate up to 8 full- size adults and their luggage. For long distance driving, the raised, upright seats have a natural seating position and are comfortable.
The Toyota Noah is a Multi- Purpose- Vehicle (MPV) released in late 2001 on the Japanese market. It was produced and is largely the same as the Toyota Voxy from the famous Toyota TownAce/LiteAce platform.
In reality, most individuals can not tell the difference and it takes a keen eye to pick up the differences. We will explain the technological differences between the Noah and the Voxy later in this analysis in a way that can assist a prospective buyer to make an informed decision.
There is a 5- seater option available for the Toyota Noah, but in the Kenyan market, it is not popular as most people go for the 7 seater.
The 2013 Toyota Noah is available with an automatic CVT transmission only and comes with options for both 2WD and 4WD. The 2013 Toyota Noah has only one engine available, and that is the 2. 0L 3ZR.
Interior, Legroom & Space
The 2013 Toyota Noah is a very spacious vehicle that can accommodate up to 8 full- sized adults and their luggage comfortably.
For long distance driving, the raised, upright seats have a natural seating position and are comfortable. The driver and the passenger have good legroom and a good view of the road in the first row. Both seats are manually or electrically adjustable and there is adequate legroom for even tall individuals.
The second and third line, with excellent shoulder space, also have decent legroom.
In the 2013 Toyota Noah, there are many storage compartments, helpful for storing items such as smartphones, drinks, goggles, handbags, etc. There are four cup holders, door panel storage, a storage shelf under the dashboard, a glovebox and a center- box for the first side.
The only storage for the second row is in the front seat jacket pockets. There are storage spaces in the side pockets and seat jacket pockets for the third row.
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