Explore the latest updates in the Indian automotive market as Toyota Kirloskar Motor adjusts prices for the Innova Crysta, Hyryder, and Innova Hycross. Uncover the reasons behind these changes and learn about the distinctive features of these vehicles.
As we step into a new year, the automotive industry in India experiences its annual tradition – the adjustment of car prices. This time, Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) is in the spotlight, with price updates for its well-loved models – the Toyota Innova Crysta, Hyryder, and Innova Hycross. Let’s delve into the details of these changes and understand what sets these cars apart in the competitive Indian market.
Exploring the Rise of Toyota Innova Hycross:
Among the lineup, the Toyota Innova Hycross takes center stage, witnessing the most significant increase of up to Rs. 42,000 for all variants, excluding the base model. The basic GX variant sees a Rs. 10,000 increase, while all other trims now come with a higher price tag of Rs. 42,000. Notably, the limited edition GX trim bids farewell as part of this adjustment.
The 2024 Toyota Innova Hycross now starts at Rs. 19.77 lakh for the entry-level model, reaching up to Rs. 30.68 lakh for the top-spec variant (ex-showroom). Powered by either a 2.0L NA petrol or a 2.0L strong hybrid petrol engine, this versatile SUV sits on the modular TNGA-C platform. Furthermore, it is anticipated to pave the way for the upcoming seven-seater Corolla Cross in India, expected to debut in early 2026.
Toyota Innova Crysta’s Pricing Journey:
Simultaneously, the Toyota Innova Crysta witnesses adjustments in its pricing structure. Prices have been raised by up to Rs. 25,000 this month, with the VX and ZX variants experiencing a Rs. 25,000 increase. This premium MPV, priced from Rs. 19.99 lakh for the base trim to Rs. 26.05 lakh for the top-spec model (ex-showroom), is equipped with a 2.4L four-cylinder diesel engine, delivering 150 PS and 343 Nm, paired with a five-speed MT.
Hyryder’s Competitive Stance in the Indian Market:
Competing against formidable rivals such as Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara, Volkswagen Taigun, Skoda Kushaq, MG Astor, and others, the Toyota Hyryder offers a compelling choice. With options of a 1.5L mild-hybrid petrol, a 1.5L strong hybrid petrol engine, and a CNG variant, it provides versatility to cater to diverse preferences.
In conclusion, Toyota Kirloskar Motor’s recent price adjustments underscore the dynamism of the Indian automotive market. The Innova Crysta, Hyryder, and Innova Hycross continue to captivate enthusiasts with their unique features and powertrains. As we navigate the evolving landscape of the automotive industry, these models stand as a testament to Toyota’s commitment to innovation and excellence on the roads of India. Keep an eye on the road ahead, as the journey promises exciting developments and new horizons for these iconic vehicles.
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