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Bad News! Toyota increased the prices of these two cars, became expensive by up to Rs 45,000

 

Prices of all variants except the G Hybrid trim of the Toyota Glanza have been hiked by Rs 21,000. The price of the G Hybrid variant has been increased by Rs 45,000. The Toyota Glanza is powered by a twin-tuned 1.2-litre petrol engine. The engine of the standard variant produces 82 bhp of power and 113 Nm of torque, while the engine in the hybrid variant is mated to a lithium-ion battery. The hybrid engine produces 89bhp and 113Nm of torque. Transmission options include a five-speed manual and CVT gearbox.

Bad News! Toyota increased the prices of these two cars, became expensive by up to Rs 45,000

Talking about the Urban Cruiser, this SUV is available in three trims – Mid, High and Premium. The Urban Cruiser is powered by a 1.5-litre petrol engine that produces 103 Bhp and 138 Nm of torque and is mated to a five-speed manual and a four-speed torque-converter automatic transmission. The price hike will range between Rs 4,400 to Rs 17,500, depending on the variant of the Urban Cruiser.

Bad News! Toyota increased the prices of these two cars, became expensive by up to Rs 45,000

Last week, Toyota Urban Cruiser and Glanza achieved total cumulative sales of 1 lakh units. So far, a total of 65,000 units of Glanza and 35,000 units of Urban Cruiser have been sold.

Bad News! Toyota increased the prices of these two cars, became expensive by up to Rs 45,000

Let us tell you that the company is preparing to launch the facelift model of Glanza. In India, the Toyota Glanza hatchback is sold as a rebadged model of the Maruti Suzuki Baleno. The facelift model of Maruti Baleno will be launched soon, so the new model of Glanza can also be launched after this.

Bad News! Toyota increased the prices of these two cars, became expensive by up to Rs 45,000

Like the upcoming Maruti Baleno facelift, the new Toyota Glanza will get a new front fascia. The new Baleno is also likely to get redesigned alloy wheels and a new bumper.

Bad News! Toyota increased the prices of these two cars, became expensive by up to Rs 45,000

Apart from this, a new interior can also be given, which can be given a new free-standing touchscreen infotainment system, new controls for the HVAC system with rectangular aircon vents and a flat-bottom steering wheel. When launched, the new Toyota Glanza will compete with the Hyundai i20, Tata Altroz, Volkswagen Polo, Honda Jazz, and Maruti Baleno in the Indian market.

Bad News! Toyota increased the prices of these two cars, became expensive by up to Rs 45,000

Toyota has also shared the sales figures for January 2022 sales. The company’s sales have been 34 percent higher than last year and it has registered a decline of 32 percent as compared to December. The company’s Urban Cruiser has been its best-selling model. It is followed by Innova Crysta, Glanza, Fortuner, Camry and Vellfire in sales.

Bad News! Toyota increased the prices of these two cars, became expensive by up to Rs 45,000

Toyota Kirloskar registered sales of 7,328 units of cars in January 2022, which is 34 per cent lower than the January 2021 sales. Let us inform that in January 2021, the company had sold 11,126 units of cars.

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