Toyota Camry Hybrid, Vellfire prices hiked

    Carmaker also rejigs Yaris line-up with mid-spec V MT and V CVT and fully-loaded VX MT trims discontinued.

    Published On Jul 07, 2020 07:00:00 AM


    Toyota Camry Hybrid, Vellfire prices hiked

    ·         Vellfire prices hiked by Rs 4 lakhs, now priced at Rs 83.50 lakh

    ·         Camry Hybrid prices up by Rs 1.14 lakh to Rs 39.02 lakh

    ·         Yaris variants down to 11 from 14

    Toyota has hiked Camry Hybrid and Vellfire prices in India. The carmaker had previously hiked prices for its range of cars and SUVs last month though the above two models did not see any changes. Toyota has also made changes to the Yaris’ line-up trimming the variant count.

    By how much have prices been hiked?

    The Camry Hybrid is now priced at Rs 39.02 lakh, a hike of Rs 1.14 lakh from before. The Vellfire luxury MPV has seen prices go up by Rs 4 lakh to Rs 83.50 lakh. As before, both models are available in single fully-loaded variants.

    What’s changed in the Yaris’ line-up?

    Toyota has streamlined the Yaris’ line-up with the deletion of select variants. The total variant count is down to 11 from the previous 14. The carmaker has dropped the standard single-tone V trim from the manual and CVT variant line-up with buyers now only able to opt for the more expensive dual-tone V(O) trim.

    Additionally, the fully-loaded Yaris is no longer available with a manual gearbox option. The VX trim can now only be had with a CVT gearbox. The carmaker had just last month hiked prices for its mid-size sedan by up to Rs 1.68 lakh along with making the sedan available to government employees on the Government e Marketplace (GeM).

    What’s to come?

    Price hikes aside, Toyota is currently preparing to launch its Maruti Vitara Brezza-based compact SUV, the Urban Cruiser in the coming months. Also in the pipeline is the launch of the Toyota Fortuner facelift that was revealed earlier this year.

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