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Toyota Kirloskar To Discontinue Yaris, Seen as Honda City’s competitor, In India


Toyota Kirloskar To Discontinue Yaris In India

The carmaker has assured service and spares to existing customers for now.

Toyota Kirloskar has announced that it has discontinued the Yaris in India from today. The Toyota Yaris was launched in 2018.at a price of Rs 9 to 14 lakh, the Toyota Yaris was seen as Honda City’s competitor.

The carmaker has assured service and spares to existing customers for now.

A rebadged version of the Ciaz is expected to join Toyota’s line-up in India soon. Like the Baleno and Vitara Brezza, the Ciaz will be sold with a Toyota badge and will most likely be christened as Belta.



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