Toyota Innova facelift launched in India for Rs. 9.77 (BSIV variant), while the BSIII launched for Rs. 9.51 lakh ex showroom Delhi. Both the entry level Innova facelift are the ‘8 seater’.
Hence, comparatively, the new Innova is done with larger front grille on the front, new bumpers, larger air dam, chrome encircled fog lamp, and body graphics on the doors for more visible aspect. Meanwhile, the rear too is tweaked with spanking new rear spoiler and chrome strip running across tail gate.
However, the Japanese carmaker introduced a new premium grade- Z for the chrome delighted Indians.
Interiors of Innova facelift also speak the language of premiumness. Classy dual tone seats with leather trim, wood and silver finishing on the door panel, wood finished armrest, are the things to conclude for term ‘new’ to the best selling MPV of India model plate. Meanwhile, Toyota has not offered the touchscreen infotainment system for India specific variant.
On safety front, dual SRS airbags & ABS (anti-lock braking system) are dwelled to sound safe in the alp of refreshed luxury.
Technical specifications tend to remain the same with that of a 2.5-liter diesel engine producing 102PS and 204NM of torque, being assimilated with a five-speed manual transmission.
One can follow the pricing list below for BSIV variant, as well as BSIII variant: