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The Toyota Limo is a special lower-spec version of both the Vios and Corolla with lower trim levels and only offered in Southeast Asian markets designed specially for taxicab use, primarily in Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.
Thе Toyota Limo is indееd a uniquе variant in thе Toyota linеup, spеcifically tailorеd for thе taxi markеt in Southеast Asia. It's fascinating how Toyota adapted both the Vios and Corolla models to create a more budget-friendly and utilitarian vehicle for commercial use. By offering lower trim levels, the Limo becomes an accessible option for taxi operators in countries like Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam. I'm curious about the specific modifications and features that distinguish the Limo from its standard components. Does anyone have more detailed insights into the performance and durability of these models in their taxi-specific roles? It would be interesting to know how they hold up in the demanding environment of taxi services.