[Old vs. New] A comparison of the Toyota Revo | Specs, pricing details

Note: The following comparison is between the old and new variants of Revo V Automatic (the top-of-the-line variant of the car).

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Old Toyota Revo vs. New Toyota Revo – what’s the difference?

According to reports,  the Toyota Indus Company (IMC) has launched the new and improved Toyota Revo facelift. Sources state that the new car features several changes in the exterior, the interior, and the engine power of the vehicle.

We will now compare the old Revo and the new Revo to highlight the two vehicles’ differences.

Note: The following comparison is between the old and new variants of Revo V Automatic (the top-of-the-line variant of the car).

Engine and Transmission:

Both old and new car versions come with a 1GD-FTV 2755cc 4-cylinder engine and have a 6-Speed Sequential transmission. However, the company has introduced an additional 27hp and 50Nm Torque in the facelift, making it more powerful.

Headlights and Fog Lamps:

Both old and new vehicles flaunt LED Headlights and LED Foglamps, meaning that the road visibility at night would remain the same.

Power Steering:

IMC has installed Variable Flow Control Power Steering in the new Toyota Revo V, meaning that the car would deviate less at the high-speed, reducing crash or accident chances. It implies the facelift would be safer as compared to its old version.

Limited Slip Differential:

The new Revo V features the Limited Slip Differential. This feature gives equal power to both wheels of the vehicle, increasing the new car’s reliability, especially in an off-road situation.

Speed Auto-Lock Torque Convertor:

The auto company has introduced a Speed Auto-Lock Convertor, which was not offered in the last variant. This converter helps the car in maintaining one-gear at a constant speed, meaning that the vehicle will set the gear and will not change unless there is a major change in the car’s speed.

Follow Me Home Headlights:

The new version of the car has Follow Me Home Headlights, meaning the car’s front lamps remain on for sometime after being parked.

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