Toyota updates Porte and SpadeJuly 4, 2019
Cars received additional active safety systems, new color schemes. Each of the models has another modification – F Raffine from Porte and F Noble Collection from Spade.
Porte and Spade are technically identical models, the differences between them are only in some details of the exterior and interior. These cars are not new at all – the second generation has been produced since 2012, however, Toyota not only retains their production, but also conducts technical modernization. As a rule, it concerns electronics, security and cosmetics: this time the pattern repeats.
Porte and Spade get more modern versions of the automatic braking system with the function of detecting pedestrians in the daytime. Now this system works with the use of laser radar and video camera. A parking assistance system with sensors and a video camera capable of detecting stationary objects and stopping in front of them will appear for a fee.
For each of the models offer 7 body colors and three two-color schemes. At the same time, Porte has the upper part of the body and the roof is gray (Ash Gray Metallic), while the Spade has black, incl. using film with carbon pattern.
New modifications Porte F Raffine and Spade Noble Collection, despite the different names, are the same, in fact. The main feature is the trim with a combination of artificial leather and fabric (black + brown), as well as a black ceiling. In equipping these versions emit xenon lamps and automatic headlight range control.
The engines at Porte and Spade are 1.5-liter gasoline. In versions with all-wheel drive installed 1NZ-FE, with the front – a modern 2NR-FKE. Transmission in all cases – CVT.
The cost of Porte and Spade is the same – 1,828,440 – 2,158,920 yen.
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