Ahad, 17 Oktober 2010

Toyota Wish 09

As standard, all models come with the 7-speed Sports Sequential Shiftmatic feature which enables manual shifts with models like the 1.8S and 2.0Z featuring steering mounted paddle shifts. The 1.8S model also gets the CVT Sport Mode that improves responsiveness of the tranny during acceleration and deceleration.

The top of the line 2.0Z features a Dynamic Sport Mode that increases responsiveness of acceleration and deceleration, and is also designed for sporty driving during cornering through use of traction control systems and electric power steering. However, with this feature, the 7-seater Wish is forced to turn into a 6-seater compact MPV.


The car was a huge success in Japan, and featured in the best sellers chart regularly, no mean feat for an MPV. The Toyota Wish was updated at the end of 2005 with the introduction of a facelifted model. The original car was fundamentally well designed and that meant that few changes were necessary. Cosmetic changes to the headlights, bumpers, LED tail-lights and dashboard were made, together with revised switchgear for the climate control and automatic transmission (The 2.0Z received a seven-gear transmission.) As the changes were minor the fuel consumption figures, which are the best in the compact MPV class, remain the same. The 2005 Wish was also the third model to be sold exclusively through Toyota's NETZ dealer network, hence the replacement of the Wish's signature "W" front emblem with a generic NETZ oval (As seen on the 2005 Vitz & Ist.). Feedback on the electronic throttle control has been mixed, with claims that the original throttle system used in the 2003 car is quicker off the mark. The drivetrain and engines remained the same.
source : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toyota_WISH#First_Generation_.282003-2008.29
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