Ironically speaking, Toyota Innova hasn’t changes quite a lot over the years, except for the drastic rise in price which in return didn’t result the additions of features inside the cabin yet. Overpriced and a failed attempt in many markets around the world, Innova is really working well with Indians as a premium MPV (for some) with multi utility.
However, with those clauses Innova completed 10 years in India, for which the toast of celebration is called by the Japanese automaker in the form of a ‘limited edition’.
The change in limited edition Innova is restricted only to cosmetic changes, whereas the technicalities are expectedly the same under its hood. Reporting the changes carried out, buyers will now be able to see chrome garnish, which Indians are quite fond of seeing them in numbers, on the headlamps and tail lamps, distinct body graphics, and precisely saying all the exclusivity a ‘limited edition’ sticker. Inside the cabin, the price this time is ‘leveraged’ a bit with the 6.1-inch touchscreen for music system (with remote), dual tone seats and the matching colours for door trim. GX trim is the only benefiter of this package, available in both 7-and 8-seating options. The BSIII and BSIV variants are on its sale point.
Hence, the next-gen model is under development, for clearing the inventory such a limited edition was the need of hour. And the head-turning chance played this time with it is the paint shade: silver mica metallic and bronze mica metallic, where the latter is exclusively rolled out for this model.