Toyota India has hiked the costs of the Fortuner SUV and Innova Crysta MPV this month. Like most automakers, the Japanese producer has revised costs to counter rising enter prices.
Toyota first launched the Fortuner facelift in early 2021 with costs ranging between ₹ 29.98 lakh and ₹ 37.43 lakh, with a brand new Legender variant, which was priced at ₹ 37.58 lakh. In October 2021, the model launched the Legender 4WD at ₹ 42.33 lakh. In May 2022, Toyota launched yet one more variant of the Fortuner — the top-spec GR Sport at ₹ 48.43 lakh.
With the newest value hike, the usual Fortuner — petrol and diesel with guide and computerized transmissions — now prices ₹ 61,000 extra, whereas the 4WD variations have elevated by ₹ 80,000. Lastly, the costs of the Legender and GR Sport variations of the SUV have been hiked by ₹ 1.14 lakh.
Since the launch of the Fortuner facelift, the SUV’s costs have gone up by ₹ 2.40 lakh.
Launched in 2020, the Innova Crysta facelift was initially priced between ₹ 16.26 lakh and ₹ 24.33 lakh. In July 2022, nonetheless, Toyota has not made any modifications to the costs of the Innova Crysta’s petrol variants, which begin from ₹ 17.45 lakh and go all the way in which as much as ₹ 23.83 lakh. Meanwhile, a uniform hike of ₹ 27,000 has been launched on the diesel-powered, 7 and 8-seater guide variations of the MPV. The most hike of ₹ 86,000 has been launched on the automated variations of the 7 and 8-seater variants of the diesel Innova Crysta.