Remember the Pixis Mega? Regular readers can remember the cute little runabout we introduced a year ago that showed Toyota’s fun and funky side. Well, the Japanese automaker wants to continue to project this image by adding a bit of joy to the equation. The first thing you will discover about the Pixis joy is its softer style. While the Pixis Mega in blocks resembled something like a first generation Scion xB, the Pixis Joy takes a more subtle method.
2017 Toyota Pixis Design
The Pixis Joy C includes an exterior that features the appeal of a cross design, with front and rear trim resin and 15-inch aluminum wheels adjust 165 / 60R15 tires. The 180 mm minimum distance from the car, about 30 mm more than the Pixis Joy F and Pixis Joy S models, improves driving efficiency on snow-covered roads and mountain roads. The Pixis Joy F attracts the customer’s sense, with an elegant exterior that includes plating throughout the design, such as on front and rear bumper moldings and lateral rocker moldings. The seats full of fabric use a suede-like product that is smooth to the touch, adding to a glamorous riding experience. The Pixis Joy S has unique aerodynamic parts on the front and rear bumpers and the stylish appeal is accentuated due to the use of red accents in the interior and exterior of the automobile. With an elegant suspension (2WD models) and a MOMO-bound leather wheel that includes a seven-speed manual design and paddle in motion, the car includes remarkably stylish driving efficiency.
2017 Toyota Pixis Engine
All 3 trims use the same 660cc engine, with power being sent on the front wheels. Buyers can go with a turbocharged variation of this engine in C and F fittings, while S trim is equipped with turbocharged engine specifically.
Release Date and Price
American customers to support the 2017 Toyota Pixis Joy wheel will be left unsatisfied, as Toyota has not prepared an American outing. Today (August 31, 2016), Toyota will launch the Pixis Joy 2017 just for the Japanese market. The Pixis Joy will vary in price from ¥ 1,220,400 – ¥ 1,620,000 ($ 12,000 – $ 16,000).