According to the new price list, Toyota Innova Crysta has become costlier by Rs 56,000. Prices of the base model of Crysta now starts at Rs 17.45 Lakh, which was earlier available at Rs 16.89 Lakh. The price of Crysta has been increased by three percent. All prices are applicable on ex-showroom basis.
Toyota has increased the prices of Innova Crysta GX manual trim six and seven seater, VX manual seven seater, GX automatic seven seater and eight seater and ZX automatic seven seater. The prices of the manual variants have been hiked the most. The price of the top spec ZX automatic seven seater has been hiked by Rs 36,000. It will now be available at a new price of Rs 23.83 lakh (ex-showroom).
The prices of Toyota Fortuner SUV have also increased drastically. The prices of select variants have been hiked by up to Rs 1.20 lakh. As per the new price list, the entry level 2.7L manual 4X2 variant of the Fortuner has become costlier by Rs 40,000. It is now available at a price of Rs 31.79 lakh (ex-showroom).
The Fortuner 2.7L 4X2 automatic and 2.8L manual and automatic 4X4 variants have also received a price hike of Rs 40,000. The 2.8-litre manual and automatic models have received a price hike of up to Rs 75,000. However, the biggest increase has been made in the 2.8-litre 4X2 and 4X4 models of the Legend. The maximum increase in the price of these models has been made by Rs 1.20 lakh.
Now Toyota Fortuner Legendary 4X4 is made available in drive option at a price of Rs 44.63 Lakh (ex-showroom). Let us tell you that in March, Toyota had informed about the increase in the price of its vehicles. The company had said that it is necessary to increase the prices from the new financial year to keep the input cost under control.
Toyota’s March sales information is out. The company sold 17,131 units of cars last month, which is the highest ever domestic sales since July 2017. The company has registered a growth of 14% against 15,001 units as of March 2021. The company has registered a growth of 58% with 1,23,770 units in FY 2022 as against 78,262 units in FY 2021.