Wednesday, August 25, 2010

The 2009/2010 Toyota Wish with Valvematic Unveiled

Posted on 10:25 AM by Smart Blogs

Toyota launched the new design of the 2010 Toyota for the Japanese market. Comes with a 7-speed sports sequential Shiftmatic transmission as standard, 2010 Toyota Wish has two operating modes CVT Sport and Sport Mode Dynamic Mode. Toyota Wish is a 2010 front-wheel-drive and it comes with a 1.8-liter and 2.0-liter engine, both with Valvematic (continuously variable valve-lift mechanism).

Toyota Wish 2010 price for the Japanese market has a range of 1.84 million yen to 2.48 million yen. The Wish is a compact seven-seat minivan, which has acquired a solid reputation for its sporting style, wide-ranging utility and comfortable driving performance with a turnover of over half a million units since its launch in January 2003. The new second generation model has improved the comfort and sportiness, and has significant improvements in behavior, environment and safety. The result is a vehicle to respond to a user of all the “wish”.

All vehicles in the series have a new-generation engine with “Valvematic”, which is continuously variable valve lift and valve timing mechanism that achieves both excellent driving performance and superior environmental performance. The new engine, in combination with Super Continuously Variable Transmission Smart (Super CVT-i) transmission, sets the tone for a maximum of 15% more fuel than its predecessor and more exhilarating driving performance. Director assisted stability control of the vehicle (S-VSC) and the Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) and side curtain shield airbags standard on all vehicles in the series, to give the new first-class desires, levels1 security.

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