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The Toyota Innova Facelift (Toyota Kijang Innova facelift for Indonesians) has been launched today. After a week of continuous updates on the restyled MPV, we finally get to see the real car up close.

Toyota Innova facelift front

New chrome grille and a completely restyled bumper are the changes at the front.

At the front, the Innova gets a larger chrome grille and an all-new bumper with chrome surrounds for the foglights. At the rear, changes are less pronounced and include a chrome embellishment extending across the width of the bootlid and a mildly tweaked bumper. These cosmetic changes do not apply to the low-end variant though.

As far as the mechanical changes go, there are none. The Innova continues its lineup with the 2.0-liter petrol engine producing 136bhp and 183Nm of torque and a 2.5-liter diesel engine producing 102bhp and 200Nm of torque. The petrol engine is available with manual and automatic gearbox options while the diesel is sold with a manual only.

Toyota Innova facelift rear image

Rear gets a tweaked bumper and the new chrome embellishment.

Features wise, all variants of the Innova now get ABS and dual front airbags as part of the standard equipment. This was earlier offered only in the top-end V model.

PT Astra Motor, the Indonesian subsidy of Toyota, have announced a price increase for the refreshed Innova as well thanks to the added safety kit. The car is launched in 18 petrol and diesel variants, priced between 11.8 lakhs to 18.99 lakh rupees.

Images – Ridwan Hanif Rahmadi for Indian Autos Blog.

Toyota Innova Facelift Image Gallery

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  • $@!

    18 petrol and diesel variants…. OMG!

  • Veer

    Long time, I was watching Chinese copying most of the Japanese successful models……possibly for the first time I can find a design clue in reverse order…..Is it the time has come to a point, where Chinese start leading Japanese…??