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Toyota Innova New Base Variant Launched – Price Hiked

Toyota had previously stated in December 2021 that it would be raising prices across the board beginning January 1, 2022.

Toyota will raise prices on all of its vehicles, including the Fortuner, Innova Crysta, Glanza, Camry, Urban Cruiser, and Vellfire, as the New Year approaches. Prices for the Innova Crysta have been raised by between Rs 12k and Rs 33k.

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Toyota Innova Prices in January 2022 – New vs. Used

Toyota has introduced two new petrol base variants of the Innova Crysta to help mitigate the impact of the price hike. The GX MT 7-seater and 8-seater petrol variants of the Innova are now available, with prices starting at Rs 16.89 lakh and Rs 16.94 lakh, respectively.

The GX MT 7-seater and 8-seater models are priced at Rs 17.30 lakh and Rs 17.35 lakh, respectively. This is a Rs 12k increase for each person. The new price of the Innova VX MT 7-Seater is Rs 20.59 lakh, an increase of Rs 33,000.

The G MT 7-Seater, which is now available for Rs 18.18 lakh, is the entry-level model in the Innova diesel manual range. This is a Rs 24k increase. Prices for the G+ and GX 7-seater and 8-seater variants have increased by Rs 12,000. The price of the VX and ZX trims has been increased by Rs 33,000. The top-of-the-line ZX MT 7-Seater is now priced at Rs 24.12 lakh.

Toyota Innova New Base Variant Launched - Price Hiked
Toyota Innova New Base Variant Launched – Price Hiked

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The Innova petrol car range now starts at Rs 18.66 lakh, up Rs 12,000. The top-spec ZX AT 7-Seater costs Rs 23.47 lakh, up Rs 33,000. The Innova diesel car range now starts at Rs 20.42 lakh, up Rs 12,000. The top-of-the-line ZX AT 7-Seater costs Rs 25.32 lakh, an increase of Rs 33,000.

Since October 2021, Toyota has raised the price of the Innova for the second time

Innova Crysta prices are likely to rise due to rising input costs. The MUV has not been updated. Innova’s prices were previously raised in October 2021. A fixed price hike of Rs 36k was implemented across the range at the time. Only the top-spec Innova variants were exempt from the price hike in October 2021.

Toyota had also released a limited edition of the Innova Crysta at the time. It has a heads-up display (HUD), multi terrain monitor (basically a 360° camera), air ioniser, tyre pressure monitoring system, door edge lighting, and a wireless charger, among other advanced features. The updates were most likely prompted by user feedback, which indicated that Innova could benefit from more advanced technology.

Toyota Innova New Base Variant Launched - Price Hiked
Toyota Innova New Base Variant Launched – Price Hiked

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Dedicated connectivity platform is part of the standard set of features offered by Innova Crysta. It has features like real-time vehicle tracking, geo fencing, and walk-to-car functionality. The 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system is Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatible. Multiple airbags, ABS with EBD and brake assist, vehicle stability control, hill start assist control, and front and rear sensors with MID indication are all included in the safety package.

Toyota Innova petrol models are equipped with a 2,694cc engine that produces 166 horsepower and 245 Nm of peak torque. The 2,393cc diesel engine produces 150 ps / 343 Nm (MT) / 360 Nm of torque (automatic). Both engines come with a 5-speed manual and a 6-speed automatic with sequential shift transmission.

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