Toyota is the latest manufacturer to reduce prices across its entire product range. With the reduction of excise duties on automobiles in the 2014 interim budget, all manufacturers are slashing vehicle prices to pass on the benefit to buyers.
The petrol Etios Liva hatchback now starts at Rs. 4.44 lakh as against Rs. 4.53 lakh earlier and goes up to Rs. 4.89 lakh for the top-end Xclusive model, which was priced at Rs. 5.03 lakh earlier. The diesel Etios Liva price range starts at Rs. 5.74 lakh for the base J trim and the top Xclusive trim costs Rs. 6.08 lakh.
The Toyota Etios petrol sedan now starts at Rs. 5.39 lakh for the base car and the top-end V SP petrol is priced at Rs. 7.04 lakh. The Etios diesel sedan is now priced from Rs. 6.64-8.08 lakh. Overall the Etios sedan is now around Rs. 14,000-21,000 cheaper across variants.
The popular Toyota Fortuner is now cheaper by around Rs. 58,000-62,000 across variants. The base Fortuner two-wheel drive manual transmission variant now retails for Rs. 21.81 lakh, while the automatic transmission costs Rs. 22.79 lakh. The four-wheel drive manual transmission variant costs Rs. 23.06 lakh. The top Sportivo automatic transmission variant is now priced at Rs 23.41 lakh.
The Toyota Innova range now starts at Rs. 9.47 lakh for the base E7 trim and goes up to Rs. 14.67 lakh for the top ZX7 trim. Before this price revision from Toyota, the Innova was priced from Rs. 9.89-14.92 lakh.
The Toyota Land Cruiser LC200 is now priced at Rs. 1.13 crore against the Rs. 1.16 crore before the duty cut. The Land Cruiser Prado has also become cheaper by around Rs. 3 lakh and retails for Rs. 84.57 lakh.
The Toyota Camry petrol now costs Rs. 25.09 lakh against the Rs. 25.2 lakh earlier while the Camry hybrid is priced at Rs. 29.13 lakh against the Rs. 29.70 lakh earlier.
The Prius hybrid Z5 trim now costs Rs. 36.6 lakh while the Prius Z6 trim costs Rs. 38.26 lakh.
(All prices ex-showroom, Delhi)