New 2013 Toyota Innova prices leaked

Autocar India
First Published: 20:48 IST(1/10/2013)
Last Updated: 13:31 IST(3/10/2013)
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Toyota is all set to launch the Innova facelift in the first week of October.
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The new Innova will be offered in five trims, E, G, GX, VX and Z trims, with each trim (except the new top-spec trim) offered in either 7- or 8-seat configurations. The new top-of-the line Z will be offered only with captain seats in the middle row.

The G trim in 7-seat configuration will cost Rs. 11.31 lakh (ex-showroom, Mumbai), going up to Rs. 15.66 lakh for the Z trim, which is Rs. 52,000 dearer than the current car's top-of-the-line VX (8-seater) trim.

The new Innova facelift sees styling changes on the exterior and some added features in the cabin as well. Up front, the new Toyota Innova sports a large chrome grille with three horizontal slats, an all-new bumper with a revised design for the air dam, new fog lamps and chrome surrounds for the fog lamp enclosures. The rear receives minor changes in the form of a thick strip of chrome above the number plate, while an extra set of reflectors is incorporated on either side too.

On the inside, the Toyota Innova facelift comes with a beige colour scheme and improved fabrics. There is now a new infotainment system which includes a roof-mounted screen. The top variant will also get steering-mounted audio controls.

As for the mechanicals, they will remain unchanged, which means the Toyota Innova facelift will be powered by a 2.5-litre D4D diesel engine that puts out 102bhp and a 2.0-litre VVT petrol engine that puts out 130bhp.

Toyota Innova diesel facelift prices

G (7-seater): Rs. 11.31 lakh
G (8-seater): Rs. 11.36 lakh
GX (7-seater): Rs. 12.92 lakh
GX (8-seater): Rs. 12.97 lakh
VX (7-seater): Rs. 15.09 lakh
VX (8-seater): Rs. 15.14 lakh
Z (7-seater): Rs. 15.66 lakh (New)

All prices ex-showroom, Mumbai.


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