The car is a Singapore used import, and has leather seats and factory CD player.
There is a lot of headroom, haven't had the opportunity to sit in the rear seats, but the legroom at the back seems far better than the Tercel.
The looks of the car can deceive, as it can be quite quick if the throttle is pushed hard.
The instrument panel being located in the centre of the dash helps gives better driver visibility, and the driver can look at the gauges with a quick glance.
The fuel economy is better than anything I have ever owned, and previous cars include : Toyota Tercel, Toyota Corsa diesel, 2004 Pajero, 1994 Starlet GT, 1994 MR2 turbo, 1999 MR2 N/A, Toyota Carina 20v, Toyota Corona, 2004 Nissan Sunny, 80series Landcruiser, 70series SWB Landcruiser and the list keeps going...
If the Vios is driven properly, it would even give a Starlet GT turbo a run...
Generally a GREAT car, and I would surely recommend it to anybody who is looking for a practical every day use car..
As for buying another VIOS... HELL YEAH!!!