Toyota Innova Facelift’s Indian price list leaked?

Posted on Sep 24 2013 - 3:55pm by Anjan Ravi
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The Toyota Innova facelift is the next launch lined up by Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM). The updated Innova has already been spotted at a dealer yard and as Indian Autos Blog reported earlier, the launch is expected by the end of this month or early next month.

Toyota Innova Facelift front

The Toyota Innova Facelift was launched in Indonesia last month.

MotorBeam seems to have acquired the prices of the Innova facelift and here they are. Note that prices are ex-Showroom, New Delhi.

2013 Toyota Innova Diesel facelift prices

  • Innova G (7s) – Rs. 10,89,364/-
  • Innova G (8s) – Rs. 10,93,981/-
  • Innova GX (7s) – Rs. 12,45,604/-
  • Innova GX (8s) – Rs. 12,50,366/-
  • Innova VX (7s) – Rs. 14,53,136/-
  • Innova VX (8s) – Rs. 14,57,780/-
  • Innova Z (7s) – Rs. 15,06,718/-

2013 Toyota Innova Petrol facelift prices

  • Innova G (8s) – Rs. 10,20,345/-
  • Innova GX (8s) – Rs. 11,58,740/-
  • Innova VX (7s) – Rs. 13,69,530/-
Toyota Innova Facelift rear

Only change to the rear is the addition of this chrome embellishment and a couple of reflectors.

A new top-end Z variant will be launched, as reported first by IAB and reflected now in this price list. On-road in Delhi, the Z variant will have a price of INR 17.66 lakhs, which does seem to be very steep. In fact, the pre-facelifted BMW X1 was sold at INR 19.99 lakhs (ex-Showroom) months before the updated model was launched. Even now, a brand new Honda CR-V starts at that price.

It is also to be noted that TKM has hiked prices of the diesel powered GX and VX models by INR 9,300 and INR 10,800 respectively. There is no price hike for the petrol Innovas.

Toyota Innova facelift (2013) Image Gallery

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  1. Billa September 25, 2013 at - Reply

    Toyota need to have a worthy challenger soon or else they will simply take the Innova price to Rs 20lacs in next 12 months. NO competition at all. When is Renault Lodgy coming???? That will shake up the market as Enjoy, Evalia and Ertiga and Mobilio are smaller MUVs.

  2. Shrinidhi Hande September 25, 2013 at - Reply

    No entry level E variant?

  3. apn r September 25, 2013 at - Reply

    @Anjan Ravi What was you mentioning about bmw x1 price??
    what is the current price for an entry level x1?

    • Anjan Ravi September 25, 2013 at - Reply

      Hi apn r,

      Before the facelifted X1 was launched earlier this year, dealers were clearing existing inventory by offering the base variant at INR 19.99 lakhs. The facelifted model was launched at INR 27.5 lakhs and price has gone up further now.

      • apn r September 25, 2013 at -

        Thnx for the reply anjan, i was bit taken by the 20L price tag.. :(

  4. Deepak Chablani September 24, 2013 at - Reply

    What an ugly box !!! I’d any day put my money on the Aria at this price point. Way too overrated car, overpriced by 3.5 lacs across the entire range ; a fact even dealers agree to.

    I think Innova sales would go down the drain in the times to come. Ertiga is selling well, Enjoy has started off really well and with the Honda Mobilio due for next year, the Innova would be like an aged expensive dinosaur.

  5. Arpit September 24, 2013 at - Reply

    Toyota is looting indians with Innova & Fortuner, just like Congress in India

  6. asad ali September 24, 2013 at - Reply

    Seriously. …this is foolishness to pay such a huge price for innova today…….damn it…I feel like a fool driving 16 L Rs on road priced XUV…whn a top end innova costing 17L passes by

  7. Ranga September 24, 2013 at - Reply

    Fleecing pricing strategy! Better alternatives are aplenty. Wonder how Indians are still paying this robbing ransom for the reliability, which is common nowadays.

  8. Ganesh September 24, 2013 at - Reply

    Top end diesel @ 15 odd lacs? This has to be the most non-VFM car in India!

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