|Manufacturer||Astra Daihatsu (Indonesia)|
|Also called||Daihatsu Ayla
Toyota Wigo (Philippines)
Perodua Axia (Malaysia)
|Assembly||North Jakarta, Indonesia|
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||5-door hatchback|
1.0 L 1KR-DE I3
1.0 L 1KR-FE I3
|Wheelbase||2,450 mm (96.5 in)|
|Length||3,600 mm (141.7 in)|
|Width||Ayla: 1,600 mm (63.0 in)
Agya: 1,620 mm (63.8 in)
|Height||1,520 mm (59.8 in)|
|Curb weight||800 kg (1,764 lb)|
The Toyota Agya is a city car by Toyota, designed by Daihatsu and manufactured by Astra Daihatsu in Indonesia. The Toyota Agya is also sold as the Daihatsu Ayla, and in the Philippines as the Toyota Wigo. The car is also rebadged, redesigned and manufactured in Malaysia by Perodua as the Perodua Axia. The name "Agya" was taken from the Sanskrit word meaning "fast".
The car was announced and showed at the 2012 Indonesia International Motor Show as Toyota and Daihatsu's answer to the Indonesia government's plan for the LCGC. Initially the car was available for advance booking after the show but it only lasted for few weeks because the manufacturers were waiting for the government to finalize regulation regarding the LCGC. The Agya and Ayla use the same 1.0 liter 1KR-DE three-cylinder engine in Indonesia.
After a year since it was announced, Agya and Ayla were officially launched and sold to general public on the second week of September 2013.
In July 2013, Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) announced they will import the Agya in December to compete with the Mitsubishi Mirage. It will have a different name for the Philippine Market. In January 2014, TMP announced that the car will be called Wigo, and will use the same 1.0 liter 1KR-FE three-cylinder engine as the Aygo.
- Toyota Agya/Wigo
In Indonesia, the Agya is available in three different models, all of them are available with a choice of an automatic or 5 speed manual transmission. The three models are:
- 1.0 E
- 1.0 G
- 1.0 TRD S
In the Philippines, the 1.0 E is available only with a manual transmission. The 1.0 TRD S model is currently not available in the country.
- Daihatsu Ayla
The Ayla is available only in Indonesia in six different models; five of them are available with a choice of an automatic or 5 speed manual transmission. The six models are:
- 1.0 D (only with manual 5 speed transmission)
- 1.0 D+ (with manual and 4 speed automatic transmission)
- 1.0 M (with manual and 4 speed automatic transmission)
- 1.0 M Sporty (with sport theme aero kits)
- 1.0 X (with manual and 4 speed automatic transmission)
- 1.0 X Elegant (with elegant theme aero kits)
In the Philippines, the Toyota Wigo was awarded Best Micro Car of the Year by the Car Awards Group for 2014-2015.
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