Toyota has announced to discontinue its Yaris mid-size sedan in India with effect from 27th Sep 2021. Launched in 2018 then updated in 2019, Toyota Yaris will now get replaced with the Suzuki made rebadged Ciaz, reportedly being called Belta. this may be third vehicle under the Suzuki-Toyota global agreement on vehicle.
Toyota says that the corporate will provide Toyota genuine spare parts for minimum next 10 years on this discontinued model. “ We thank all our customers for his or her support and placing their trust within the brand. we might wish to still serve such customers with other current offerings and preparations are underway to launch new Toyota models within the coming New Year 2022,” said Toyota during a statement.
“As a neighbour hood of this endeavour, we’ll still leverage our leadership and vast expertise in cleaner technologies to refresh our product portfolio to satisfy the evolving customer choices and enable a greener mobility,” Toyota further added.
Toyota Innova Crysta and Toyota Fortuner are the top-selling cars in their respective segments. aside from these, Toyota Urban Cruiser and Toyota Glanza do fairly well, while Toyota Camry and Toyota Vellfire serve premium customers.