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2014 toyota triplets: Voxy / Noah / Esquire

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Comparisons in the following order:

1. Voxy

2. Noah

3. Esquire

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If the car names are not on the front bumper, and other than the slightly different front grills, I would have thought they are the same car.

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Esquire is supposed to be the most luxurious of the trio while the Voxy the sportiest. So Noah should serve as the one with a good blend of both sportiness and luxury. Toyota has this oddity of releasing several different model names but essentially the same car. other example being the Allion and Premio duo sold in Japan.

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1st Gear (edited)

Within the Voxy range, there's the quadruplets:-

 

Voxy X (basic model without moonroof)

Voxy V (looks the same as X but with moonroof, night vision & cruise control)

Voxy ZS (the sporty one with moonroof and body kit and bigger rims)

Voxy Hybrid X and V (Hybrid that looks the same as X and V)

 

From toyota.jp

 

Pics of Voxy X = V and Hybrid.

 

Voxy ZS below - Sporty version

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Noah has its fair share of quadruplets too:-

 

Noah X - Basic

Noah G - added functions

Noah Si - Sporty

Noah Hybrid X and G

 

Looks wise Noah G = X and Hybrid

 

Noah Si Sporty below.

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Esquire the luxury edition comes in:-

 

Esquire Xi

Esquire Gi

Esquire Hybrid Xi and Gi

 

Looks wise, only 1 version. All look the same.

I guess Toyota must have gotten tired and did not bother to mutate Esquire further.

 

So all in all 5+5+4 = 14 mutations from the trusty triplets.

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You can now rope in the kids To "SPOT THE DIFFERENCE".

 

And oh, the above mutations are also available in modellista versions...

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Esquire is supposed to be the most luxurious of the trio while the Voxy the sportiest. So Noah should serve as the one with a good blend of both sportiness and luxury. Toyota has this oddity of releasing several different model names but essentially the same car. other example being the Allion and Premio duo sold in Japan.

 

Honda also..

 

HRV and Vezel

Accord and Inspire

Fit and Jazz

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Comparisons in the following order:

1. Voxy

2. Noah

3. Esquire

don't understand why Toyota launched so similar MPVs?

most curious Noah even is ADW [shocked]

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Anyone buy any of this trio recently? Which PI did you go and do you have to wait long for indent or there is ready stock?

 

Interested in getting one but hardly see any on the road, so having reservations on spare parts, workshop servicing, etc. I'm thinking people are worried about the height of the car, that's why not so popular here.

 

What do you think?

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Height is 1.83m. before you buy, make sure your home carpark can take the height. Also assess the places that you often go and check the height of the carpark.

 

Old buildings could have a height of 1.8m. I won't try the car in these carparks. no point risking it. New malls usually have heights above 2.0m.

 

Download parkopedia to check carpark heights.

 

Also check out this compilation for carpark heights.

 

http://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/cars-cars-204/carpark-height-clearance-more-than-1-8m-car-4906074.html

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Anyone buy any of this trio recently? Which PI did you go and do you have to wait long for indent or there is ready stock?

 

Interested in getting one but hardly see any on the road, so having reservations on spare parts, workshop servicing, etc. I'm thinking people are worried about the height of the car, that's why not so popular here.

 

What do you think?

 

Have the same concerns. So tempted to get a Noah or Voxy. However, they are not so common in Singapore. Afraid might have difficulties in getting the parts.

 

Anyone can shed some lights ?

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Have the same concerns. So tempted to get a Noah or Voxy. However, they are not so common in Singapore. Afraid might have difficulties in getting the parts.

 

Anyone can shed some lights ?

Frankly, if you have to ask this kind of questions, you are not ready for PI yet.

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Have the same concerns. So tempted to get a Noah or Voxy. However, they are not so common in Singapore. Afraid might have difficulties in getting the parts.

 

Anyone can shed some lights ?

Check this out. Parts same as harrier. Uses harrier engine. Parts not an issue. Only body may be tough.

 

http://www.mycarforum.com/topic/2637496-toyota-voxynoah/page-9

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Check this out. Parts same as harrier. Uses harrier engine. Parts not an issue. Only body may be tough.

 

http://www.mycarforum.com/topic/2637496-toyota-voxynoah/page-9

But..but...what give you or anyone a sense of security knowing that this triplets share many parts under the hood with Harrier?

 

Is Harrier such a volume seller that its parts are everywhere?

 

Can you drive your car without the bumper or bonnet or other external part when it needs to be replaced under touchwood situations? Under-bonnet might be common parts but you can't go out without a proper dress right? How does a few weeks wait sound to you?

 

Do consider properly if you are able to deal with any situations come what may with PI, be it warranty claims (with or without support of authorised workshop), parts replacement when necessary, etc, etc.

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Looks like if I have to go for PI, it would be Estima liao :s

 

But Esquire really looks nice !

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Anyway certain brands certain model of the cars, sometimes also difficult to get the parts, even from the AD.

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