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Toyota Noah

The Toyota Noah is designed to be a spacious and comfortable vehicle for families or groups of people. It typically seats seven to eight passengers, depending on the specific model and configuration. The seats are arranged in a 2-2-3 or 2-3-3 configuration, with the third row of seats able to fold down to create more cargo space if needed.

In terms of engine options, the Toyota Noah typically comes with a range of small, fuel-efficient engines. The exact options may vary depending on the market and the specific model year.

One of the standout features of the Toyota Noah is its safety technology. Depending on the model and year, it may come with features such as adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and automatic emergency braking.


The third generation Vitz was introduced in December 2010 featuring a sportier stance, a redesigned front and a roomier interior. The new model uses a single windshield wiper instead of a pair of wipers and has its meter cluster positioned back in front of the driver and behind the wheel compared to its previous models.[60] In European countries, the Yaris was also offered in 6-speed manual transmission for the 1.33L engine, or a CVT transmission often marketed as “7-speed MultiDrive” or “MultiDrive S”. The 7-speed refers to the possibility to select a predefined gear ratio among 7 available, emulating a 7-speed sequential gearbox, with steering wheel levers.


Mazda Demio was released for sale in August 1996 and became a popular car, symbolizing Mazda in the 1990s. Demio is a sister car of Ford Japan Festiva Mini Wagon.
The main reason why Demio became so popular is apparently because its reasonable and compact package was highly appreciated by customers.
Size of Demio is pretty big compared to a standard town-car, but smaller than typical “Compact Leisure Car”. This size settings attracted many Japanese customers.
In the minor change in December 1999, both the design, as a part of Mazda brand strategy, and safety equipment were renewed. In September 2000, new sports grade was added to Mazda Demio line-up, together with improvements of safety and environmental features.