The current Toyota Vios may be due a facelift, but UMW Toyota Motor (UMWT) has seen fit to apply running updates to the current car. That’s a good thing if you’re not into the Vios’ big mouthed facelift, which is a love or hate affair. Here’s a live gallery of the updated 2017 Toyota Vios that was announced last month.

The updated Vios sports a digital video recorder a.k.a. dashcam that has been redesigned to both look and work better. This is standard across the board, as are USB charging ports ahead of the gearlever and front cupholders.

Variants from the E onwards get a new 360-degree parking camera system with lenses on the front, rear and wing mirrors. Previously found on luxury cars, this feature assists parking by stitching together a bird’s eye view of the car with guide lines on the touchscreen of the head unit, which has been updated.

The G, GX and TRD Sportivo variants add on auto-folding door mirrors. It’s possible to have a base J spec with the panoramic view monitor, just upgrade to the DVD-AVX infotainment package for RM4,441.40. Similarly, E spec buyers can add on auto-folding door mirrors for RM318.

No change in base prices – the entry 1.5J manual is priced at RM76,500, the 1.5J auto RM79,800, the 1.5E auto RM83,900, the 1.5G RM89,800 (as pictured here), the 1.5GX RM92,800 and the range topping TRD Sportivo is yours for RM96,400. UMWT is currently running a promo offering up to RM3,000 cash rebate, plus RM500 duit raya and free accessories worth up to RM4,000.

GALLERY: 2017 Toyota Vios 1.5G