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Used Toyota AQUA for sale (559 Results)

PhotoModelYear Km Engine Grade Car Price Delivery Price
2014
Jun
139,355
km
1,500
cc
US$2,325
US$3,740
2014
Jul
103,000
km
1,500
cc
US$2,500
US$4,491
2014
Apr
115,550
km
1,500
cc
US$3,322US$2,638
US$4,062
2014
Jul
126,000
km
1,500
cc
US$2,500US$2,350
US$4,341
2017
Sep
2,180
km
1,500
cc
US$18,451
US$19,842
2013
Jul
100,600
km
1,500
cc
US$3,025US$3,005
US$4,323
2017
Dec
12,900
km
1,500
cc
US$17,366
US$18,750
2015
Jan
62,245
km
1,500
cc
US$6,928US$4,745
US$6,242
2018
Aug
9,800
km
1,500
cc
US$14,180US$14,085
US$15,676
PhotoModelYear Km Engine Grade Car Price Delivery Price
2015
Feb
69,777
km
1,500
cc
US$6,216US$5,865
US$7,395
2013
Jan
134,300
km
1,500
cc
US$3,403US$3,380
US$4,698
2017
Aug
13,000
km
1,500
cc
Grade
4
US$22,435US$19,488
US$20,872
2017
Jul
20,000
km
1,500
cc
US$10,635
US$12,026
2014
May
127,200
km
1,500
cc
US$3,403US$3,380
US$4,971
2017
Dec
11,170
km
1,500
cc
US$12,180
US$13,571

Buying Guide

Toyota Aqua is a full hybrid gasoline-electric subcompact hatchback manufactured and marketed by Toyota Motor Corporation. In Japan, it is known as Toyota Aqua, but out of Japan, it is more known as Toyota Prius C with “C standing for city” and Aqua is a Latin word for water.

toyota aqua

Speaking of money, used Toyota Aqua for sale by Car From Japan here got greatly reasonable prices from US$6,000 to US$7,483 and, older car or cars with higher mileage will got even a lower Toyota Aqua price for you to fit your pocket, down to the incredible US$4,823

Toyota Aqua: An Urban Family Must-have

1. Overview

Overall, as another fuel-sipping Toyota hybrid variant, the Toyota Aqua hybrid is designed to be extremely manoeuvrable, highly flexible and absolutely city-friendly. According to Toyota, the Toyota Aqua came as to be “designed to function as an urban-friendly vehicle with an engaging driving experience, hatchback utility, and a combined fuel consumption rating of 3.7 L/100 km”. At past time of launch, Toyota Aqua offered drivers the lowest fuel consumption rating out of any non-plug-in vehicle.

With a five-door hatch, Toyota Aqua offers enough room for four average-sized occupants, is packed with an expressive and youthful look, and delivers an array of accessories, add-ons, packages and feature bundles for customization. Tech and feature content include Toyota Star Safety System, a text-message assist system, navigation, full multimedia connectivity, heated seats, a moonroof, cruise control, Softex leatherette, voice recognition, and many more.

2. Exterior Magnificence

At the very first glance, Toyota Aqua is a little longer and lower than the Yaris, but otherwise similar in dimensions, the Aqua has adopted that unique Prius styling cues but it has retained the look of a cute city runabout. It may not offer sprawling space within but there is sure to be reasonable room given its segment position.

Here is the Toyota Aqua dimensions for you to have a better image of the car:

  • Wheelbase: 2,550 mm (100.4 in)
  • Length: 4,000 mm (157.3 in)
  • Width: 1,690 mm (66.7 in)
  • Height: 1,450 mm (56.9 in)
  • Curb weight: 1,100–1,140 kg (2,425.1–2,513.3 lb)

In 2015, the Aqua got a mild styling upgrade that added some of the pseudo-utility elements such as a front fascia and black plastic wheel arch extensions with what at the bottom looks vaguely like a faux skid plate. In the end, the Toyota Aqua look kind of fun.toyota aqua

3. Interior Comforts

Step inside and feel a clean, straightforward Aqua car interior. The dashboard of Toyota Aqua is simple and features an automatic climate control, the hollow for the digital dash instruments, a yet-to-be installed entertainment unit, and an array of cubbyholes of all sizes.

The digital dash adds a hint of rather standard interior, and the gauge that tells the driver the actions of the hybrid system, which is a good source of entertainment to the driver. However, the digital dash instruments are too small to read and comprehend whlie driving at the same time, and its central position takes time to get used to.

The seats are finished in a combination of faux-leather and fabric, stitched together with contrasting thread. Based on your choice of exterior colour, the colour of the contrast stitching varies. The stitching in our black test car was white, whereas in a white Aqua at the dealership’s lot featured orange stitching, lifting the interior better than the white.

toyota aqua

The driver - even as tall as 190cm - can go for a reasonable driving position, but a similarly-sized passenger should not sit behind him. The driver is greeted by a centrally-mounted trip computer and digital speedo, set well back in the dash, with the touchscreen set further down. Accommodation is fairly comfortable in the front, and then rear seat passengers will feel a tad snug. Rear occupants are not affected too much by the presence of the battery beneath the seat. This frees up the boot for luggage space up to 260 litres, which means it's in the ballpark for the class. And there is a full-size spare wheel as well. However, the commodious boot is able to swallow up to 485 litres, and even more with the rear seats folded.

After all, the interior of Toyota Aqua is a fine place to be in, while it doesn’t wow its occupants, it is functional and reasonably practical just as one would expect a small family hatchback to be.

4. Operational & Safety Excellence

All models ran a 1.5L gasoline four-cylinder engine, complete with Toyota Hybrid Synergy Drive, a continuously variable transmission (CVT), and front-wheel drive with variable valve timing, teamed with a permanent-magnet electric motor and generator. Combined output was rated at 99 horsepower, sufficient for around-town driving and highway use as well.

The Toyota Aqua engine has exhaust-gas water-cooled recirculation. The air conditioning compressor and the water pump are both operated without belts, which allows them to operate when the petrol engine is stopped and reduces the drag on the engine. The system feels smoother in the transitions between power generation and drive, as well as between electric and petrol  tag-team act.

toyota aqua

Here is the engine options and transmission types so you can decide on a suitable car for your need:

Engine Transmission Hybrid drivetrain Battery

Hybrid Synergy Drive

Gasoline engine:

1.5-liter DOHC 16–valve 1NZ-FXE I4 VVT-i (Atkinson cycle)

CVT Front-Wheel Drive 0.9 kWh Nickel-metal hydride

Safety features include seven airbags (dual front and front-side, full-length curtain and a driver's knee airbag), a reversing camera, stability and traction control, LED lights front and rear, anti-lock brakes with brake assist and electronic brakeforce distribution (for the front-disc rear-drum system) and a hill-start system.

The stoppers on the Aqua are electronically controlled to merge the two retardation systems - the normal braking and regenerative - for smoother stops.

5. Performance And Driving Experience

The Aqua is powered by a 1.5-litre engine and an electric motor fuelled by a nickel-metal hydride battery pack. Together, they’re nice at 99bhp and 111Nm.

Regarding the power deficit, it’s no surprise that the century sprint takes an anaemic 14.6 seconds. Aqua’s top speed is the high 160km/h. Since the targeted shoppers of the Aqua will perhaps be more concerned about economy than performance, we will look the other way and discuss the car’s biggest forte.

During some test runs with the car with city and highway driving, we managed Toyota Aqua fuel consumption at about 6.5L/100km, stunning figures actually. However do not expect that trips to the pumps will be less frequent with its low fuel efficiency– the 36-litre tank is relatively acceptable.

When on the roads as a city runabout, the Aqua is fine – at higher speeds, the wind and road noise is more present. For driving, the Aqua steers fairly but a change to grippier tyres would be better. The brakes feel spongy but that’s a result of the regenerative braking system that aims to improve fuel consumption, and just needs people getting used to.

A Prolific Investment

As Toyota hybrids tend to, Toyota Aqua aims to be a solid buy from a reliability standpoint, as long as the unit you’re considering is properly and fully maintained. As far as we know, no issues have been reported with enough frequency to raise concern, and a worry-free Toyota Aqua experience will be likely to involve little more than staying on top of its maintenance requirements.

After all, the Aqua is a fine investment for Toyota Aqua price. As a city runabout, best for milling about running errands around town in gridlocked traffic where efficiency is key, the Aqua is the greatest cost-effective tool. Together with Toyota’s promise of reliability and its conservative but chic styling, used Toyota Aqua may well be a family runabout worth considering.

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