As a new year’s gift from Toyota Indus Motor Company, the prices for the Toyota Corolla have been increased for their 1.3L variants. Also, Indus Motor Company plans to introduce a new variant of the Toyota Fortuner which is said to be more affordable.
Prices of all 1.3L variants of the Toyota have gone up by Rs. 20,000. The company hasn’t given any information on why the prices have been increased. The new prices for the cars are:
|Change in Price|
The company is however offering free registration on purchase of the Toyota Corolla XLi 1.3L.
The sales for Indus Motor Company have significantly declined in the past few months of 2019 and even their car productions were halted due to the car stock that was already in hand and wasn’t being sold.
On the other hand, Indus Motor Company has introduced a new variant of their popular SUV, Toyota Fortuner. The new variant is called the Fortuner G 2.7-Litre.
Toyota Fortuner G is the base variant of the Fortuner lineup and obviously has been stripped of some premium features and materials according to adjust the price and make it cheaper.
These are some of the difference between the Toyota Fortuner 2.7 G and the Fortuner 2.7 VVTi:
|Specifications||Fortuner 2.7 G||Fortuner 2.7 VVTi|
|Seat Material||Premium Brown Fabric||Chamois Leather|
|Front Seat Adjustment||Manual (D+P)||Driver Powered|
|Door Trim||Premium Brown Fabric||Chamois Leather|
|Head Lamp||Bi-Halogen PES||LED PES|
|Head Lamp Leveling||–||Auto-level|
|Alloy Rims||17 inch||18 inch|
The prices of all the Toyota Fortuner Variants are:
|Fortuner G 2.7-litre||Rs. 7,299,000|
|Fortuner 2.7 VVTi (Petrol)||Rs. 7,999,000|
|Fortuner 2.8 Sigma 4 (Diesel)||Rs. 8,649,000|