After being leaked in advance, the 2017 Toyota Agya facelift finally makes its launch debut in Indonesia. On offer are five variants – 1.0 G MT, 1.2 G MT, 1.2 G AT, 1.2 TRD MT and 1.2 TRD AT – priced from 131,500,000 rupiah (RM43,916) to 151,900,000 rupiah (RM50,786).

As we’ve previously reported, the little hatchback gets the 1.2 litre 3NR-FE four-cylinder engine (also fitted to the Toyota Cayla and Daihatsu Sigra), which develops 88 PS at 6,000 rpm and 108 Nm at 4,200 rpm.

Depending on variant, a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic is paired with the mill. The entry-level 1.0 G MT continues to employ the 1.0 litre 1KR-FE three-cylinder engine (67 PS/89 Nm), mated to a five-speed manual gearbox.

Moving on to the list of exterior changes, the Agya now comes with smoked projector headlights (including a LED guide strip), new bumpers (with fog lamps at the front and rear parking sensors), new side mirror assembly with integrated turn signal lights and LED rear combination taillights.

All variants come with 14-inch wheels – silver finish on the 1.0 G and dual-tone finish for the 1.2 G and 1.2 TRD – shod with 175/65 tyres. Variants that bear the ‘TRD’ designation will get a dedicated bodykit fitted as well, with a rear spoiler and third brake light.

On the inside, the all Agya variants are now fitted as standard with new semi-bucket seats, while the door cards now feature some fabric upholstery compared to before. On 1.2 G and 1.2 TRD variants, there is a new double-DIN audio head unit (now with Bluetooth connectivity) as well as steering-mounted audio controls to match.

Safety wise, all Agya variants are now fitted with an immobiliser and three-point seatbelts are available for all five passengers. However, only the 1.2 TRD models are offered with ABS, while side impact beams, dual front airbags and Isofix child seat anchors are standard everywhere else.

The Agya is joined by its brother/sister from another mother – the Daihatsu Ayla – which also gains the new 1.2 litre 3NR-FE mill, along with its own styling and equipment updates. Unlike the Agya however, the Ayla line-up features a wider range of variants, including 1.2L and 1.0L ones, priced from 92,550,000 rupiah (RM30,916) to 146,250,000 rupiah (RM48,855).

In terms of styling, both the 1.2L and 1.0L variants receive their own bumper treatments, with the former getting some of the enhancements seen on the Agya (new headlights, LED rear combination lights, semi-bucket seats, etc.), but with extras such as LED strips at the front and chrome jewellery. The lower-end 1.0L variants get some new trim but everything else remains the same as before.

GALLERY: 2017 Toyota Agya

GALLERY: 2017 Daihatsu Ayla