Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) has updated the feature content of the Toyota Innova Crysta, Toyota Innova Touring Sport and the Toyota Fortuner, while also increasing their prices.
All variants of Innova Crysta and Innova Touring Sport now get an Emergency Brake Signal, rear foglights, LED foglights at the front and an anti-theft alarm with glass break and ultrasonic sensor. The Innova Crysta GX variant is updated with a touchscreen infotainment system, power folding wing mirrors with puddle lights, steering mounted audio controls, and speed- and impact-sensitive door lock and unlock feature.
Concerning Fortuner, TKM has introduced an anti-theft alarm with glass break and ultrasonic sensor, emergency brake signal, rear foglights, powered seat adjuster for front passenger and an electrochromatic inside rearview mirror.
Additional features have led prices to go up in both models. On the Innova Crysta, prices have increased from INR 14.35 lakhs to INR 14.65 lakhs for the 2.7-liter petrol, and the top end 2.8-liter ZX diesel automatic now costs INR 22.06 lakhs instead of the earlier INR 21.57 lakhs.
The Innova Touring Sport range starts at INR 18.59 lakhs instead of INR 18.15 lakhs for the 2.7-liter petrol, going up to INR 23.06 lakhs for the top end 2.8-liter ZX diesel automatic. This variant was priced at INR 22.7 lakhs earlier.
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As for the Fortuner, the entry-level 2.7-liter petrol sees its price go up to INR 27.27 lakhs from INR 26.69 lakhs, whereas the 2.8-liter diesel 4WD automatic costs INR 32.97 lakhs instead of INR 32.48 lakhs. All prices mentioned are ex-Showroom.