Not long ago, Japanese automaker Toyota announced a 4 percent increase in the prices of its vehicle line-up. This hike was to be effective from April 1. Even after the price hike, the manufacturer has gone a step further to revise the prices of some of its models. The price revision has affected the prices of some premium models of the automaker like Fortuner and Innova Crysta.
Toyota Fortuner has now become costlier by up to Rs 1.20 lakh. Similarly, the price of premium MPV will now go up to Rs 56,000. Also, the Toyota Innova MPV is expected to get its next-gen update soon, and the price hike is a significant step ahead of the unveiling. Reportedly, the price hike across the models comes without any change.
As for the Fortuner, the 4×2 trims of the SUV have seen a price hike of Rs 40,000, while the 4×4 standard trim variant has seen a price hike of Rs 75,000. Talking about the top-spec Legendre trim, it will now be costlier by Rs 1.20 lakh. After the latest price hike. The Fortuner is now priced between Rs 31.39 Lakh (ex-showroom) and Rs 43.43 Lakh (Ex-showroom).
Talking about the Innova Crysta, it is currently available between Rs 16.89 lakh and Rs 25.32 lakh (ex-showroom). The base and mid-spec petrol models as well as the mid-spec diesel variants are now Rs 56,000 more expensive. The price of the base G diesel model has been increased by Rs 45,000. The top-spec petrol and diesel powertrain models of the Innova have seen a price hike of Rs 36,000.
Both these vehicles come with the option of automatic and manual transmission along with the option of petrol and diesel powered engines. The Toyota Fortuner gets a 2.7-litre naturally aspirated petrol unit along with the option of a 2.8-litre turbo diesel unit. While the Innova Crysta gets the option of a 2.7-litre NA petrol unit and a 2.4-litre turbo diesel unit.