Toyota Motors India hiked the price for a recently launched facelift of Fortuner, Crysta, and Camry Hybrid. prices hiked up to Rs 1.18 lakh.

  • New price effective from April 1st 2021
  • Prices are Hiked up to Rs 1.18 lakh
  • Hiked price ranges between Rs 26,000 to Rs 1.18 lakh, highest for Camry Hybrid

Toyota Kirloskar motors hiked prices for their three offerings of the Indian market, Innova Crysta, Fortuner facelift, Fortuner Legender, and Camry Hybrid. While the highest price hiked is done for Camry hybrid and lowest for Innova Crysta. The prices hike ranges between Rs 26,000 to Rs 1.18 lakh, while Camry gets the highest price hike from the lot. Now the Camry Hybrid costs from Rs 40.59 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi), that being said the sole premium sedan offering from the Japanese carmaker saw the biggest hike price of Rs 1.18 lakh.

Toyota Hiked price
Toyota Camry Hybrid

While, the sedan continues to power with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder petrol engine mated with an electric motor, which cumulative generates the maximum power output of 218 PS and peak torque of 221 Nm. Although, the electric motor develops 120PS/201Nm and the petrol engine develops 178 PS/221Nm. The Innova Crysta received its first price hike since its last year’s facelift version launch. The Crysta prices increased by Rs 26,000 across the entire line-up, now the MPV price starting from Rs 16.52 lakh for petrol trim ex-showroom and Rs 16.90 lakh for oil burner ex-showroom.

ModelNew Price list
Innova CrystaRs 16.52 – Rs 24.59 lakh
Fortuner faceliftRs 30.34 – Rs 37.79 lakh
Fortuner LegenderRs 38.30 Lakh
Camry HybridRs 40.59 Lakh
New prices of toyota cars

All prices are ex-showroom*

Toyota Hiked price
Toyota Hiked price

The recently launched Fortuner facelift version gets a price hike of Rs 26,000 across all variants, while the Legender variant gets a hike of Rs 72,000. The New Fortuner now price ranges between Rs 30.34 – Rs 37.79 lakh and, the Fortuner Legender now priced at Rs 38.30 lakh. But there are no changes has been made to any of the three products in the lot. Excluding these cars, all other product prices from the line-up remain unchanged and continue to offer with same respective price as before. Not only Toyota, but all other manufacturer has also increased their prices due to them in order to offset the substantial increase in Input costs.     

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