The Toyota Fielder is a five-seat station wagon made in Japan by a Japanese automaker. As the Toyota Belta predecessor and the Toyota Corolla E160's replacement, manufacture of this vehicle began in 2006. The word "Fielder" refers to something that is suitable for field trips and recreation. For those who prefer station wagons to saloons like the Toyota Axio, the Toyota Fielder becomes one of the most often utilized vehicles.
The Toyota Fielder is available in two variants, an automatic and a manual transmission, and has a front engine, front drive, and front engine all-wheel drive. When compared to other vehicles in the same class, such the Honda Airwave, the most recent model has more roomy features.
Due to its affordable fuel consumption of 26.7 kilometers per liter and widespread appeal, the Toyota Fielder performance and fuel use. The 1.5 L 1NZ-FXE I4 in the Toyota Fielder hybrid is mated to a five-speed manual CVT and a six-speed automatic transmission.
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