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Vehicle Overall Info
Platform Toyota MC Platform
Manufacturer Toyota Motor Corporation; VIVA Automobiles
Body styles 4-door sedan

5-door station wagon

Production 2006-2011
Model Years 2006-2011
Assembly Valencia, Venezuela
Successor VIVA VR33
Predecessor VIVA FD
Also Called no alternate names
Related Toyota Corolla Axio (E140)
The VIVA VT3 is a compact/small family car made by VIVA Automobiles.

1st gen (2006-2011)Edit

The VT3 was a car based on the JDM Toyota Corolla Axio (Sedan) and Fielder (Wagon). The VT3 was a Toyota-VIVA project to bring out JDM models to the worldwide market, by working to adapt it to the other markets in terms of mechanics and design. The VT3 had one of the most modern designs on that time. It continued VIVA's "Flame Burst" design language that involved large headlights with a 12-sided lower grille; first seen on the RV300. The VT3 was one of the many Toyota-based VIVA vehicles, being the first one the SJ Sedan, a mid-size car based on the Toyota Progrès. The VT3 in 2007 and 2008 was one of the most popular VIVA cars, because of it's affordability, it's good handling, and customization options. In 2011, the VT3 was discontinued in favor of the VR33. The VT3 was also the first VIVA to introduce a fully digitally illuminated dashboard. It's eternal rival is the Chevrolet Optra, because both were similarly priced, and also had many options to choose. It's price in 2006 was 22,520,000 BS.


  • It was one of the very few VIVA's that never received a facelift.