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2017-08-22 07:30

Janine Van der Post

Cape Town - Less is more and it couldn't be more true than driving the Toyota Etios Sprint.

'Toyota's Etios Sprint makes for a nifty family car and although it's pretty straight forward, it handles the task of being a superb daily drive,' writes Janine Van der Post.

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Available as a hatchback or sedan, depending on your needs, the sedan made for a great family ride.

Prices for the 1.5-litre sedan start at R182 300.

To some, that might sound a bit steep but when you look at the standard goodies it's fitted with, at least compared to rival offerings, you're purchasing a competitively-priced sedan. There are dual front airbags, isofix fittings, basic anti-lock brake system and electronic brakeforce distribution.

Take a look at our review in images. Click on the arrows below each screen to move to the next slide.
 

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