Toyota Fortuner, Innova Crysta prices hiked by up to Rs 1.14 lakh

    Prices for the Fortuner now start at Rs 32.40 lakh, while the Innova Crysta line-up is priced from Rs 18.90 lakh.

    Published On Jul 04, 2022 07:57:00 PM


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    Toyota India has hiked the prices of the Fortuner SUV and the Innova Crysta MPV this month. Similar to most automakers, the Japanese manufacturer has revised the prices to counter increasing input costs.

    • Fortuner prices increased by Rs 1.14 lakh
    • Innova Crysta prices hiked by Rs 86,000
    • Top-spec Fortuner now costs Rs 49.57 lakh (ex-showroom)

    2022 Toyota Fortuner now starts at Rs 32.40 lakh

    Toyota first launched the Fortuner facelift in early 2021 with prices ranging between Rs 29.98 lakh-37.43 lakh, along with a new Legender variant, which was priced at Rs 37.58 lakh. In October 2021, the brand launched the Legender 4WD at Rs 42.33 lakh. In May 2022, Toyota launched yet another variant of the Fortuner – the top-spec GR Sport at Rs 48.43 lakh.

    With the latest price hike, the standard Fortuner – petrol and diesel with manual and automatic transmissions – now costs Rs 61,000 more, while the 4WD versions have increased by Rs 80,000. Lastly, the prices of the Legender and GR Sport versions of the SUV have been hiked by Rs 1.14 lakh.

    Since the launch of the Fortuner facelift, the SUV's prices have gone up by Rs 2.40 lakh.

    Here's a look at the Fortuner's pricing when compared to its last price hike which it received back in April 2022.

    2022 Toyota Fortuner prices (ex-showroom, India)
    VariantNew PriceOld PriceDifference
    2.7L 4X2 MT (Petrol)Rs 32.40 lakhRs 31.79 lakhRs 61,000
    2.7L 4X2 AT (Petrol)Rs 33.99 lakhRs 33.38 lakhRs 61,000
    2.8L 4X2 MT (Diesel)Rs 34.90 lakhRs 34.29 lakhRs 61,000
    2.8L 4X2 AT (Diesel)Rs 37.18 lakhRs 36.57 lakhRs 61,000
    2.8L 4X4 MT (Diesel)Rs 38.54 lakhRs 37.74 lakhRs 80,000
    2.8L 4X4 AT (Diesel)Rs 40.83 lakhRs 40.03 lakhRs 80,000
    Legender 4X2 AT (Diesel)Rs 42.05 lakhRs 40.91 lakhRs 1.14 lakh
    Legender 4X4 AT (Diesel)Rs 45.77 lakhRs 44.63 lakhRs 1.14 lakh
    GR Sport 4X4 AT (Diesel)Rs 49.57 lakhRs 48.43 lakhRs 1.14 lakh

    Post the price hike, the entry level versions of the Fortuner now costs Rs 2.5 lakh more, Rs 3.59 lakh less and Rs 91,000 more than the entry level versions of the Jeep Meridian, the Skoda Kodiaq and MG Gloster, respectively.

    2022 Toyota Innova Crysta: price hike

    Launched in 2020, the Innova Crysta facelift was originally priced between Rs 16.26 lakh-24.33 lakh. In July 2022, however, Toyota has not made any changes to the prices of the Innova Crysta’s petrol variants, which start from Rs 17.45 lakh and go all the way up to Rs 23.83 lakh. Meanwhile, a uniform hike of Rs 27,000 has been introduced on the diesel-powered, 7- and 8-seater manual versions of the MPV. The maximum hike of Rs 86,000 has been introduced on the automatic versions of the 7- and 8-seater variants of the diesel Innova Crysta.

    2022 Toyota Innova Crysta diesel prices (ex-showroom, India)
    VariantNew PriceOld PriceDifference
    G MT (7-seater)Rs 18.90 lakhRs 18.63 lakhRs 27,000
    G MT (8-seater)Rs 18.95 lakhRs 18.68 lakhRs 27,000
    G+ MT (7-seater)Rs 19.82 lakhRs 19.55 lakhRs 27,000
    G+ MT (8-seater)Rs 19.87 lakhRs 19.60 lakhRs 27,000
    GX MT (7-seater)Rs 19.94 lakhRs 19.67 lakhRs 27,000
    GX MT (8-seater)Rs 19.99 lakhRs 19.72 lakhRs 27,000
    GX AT (7-seater)Rs 21.64 lakhRs 20.78 lakhRs 86,000
    GX AT (8-seater)Rs 21.69 lakhRs 20.83 lakhRs 86,000
    VX MT (7-seater)Rs 23.11 lakhRs 22.84 lakhRs 27,000
    VX MT (8-seater)Rs 23.16 lakhRs 22.89 lakhRs 27,000
    ZX MT (7-seater)Rs 24.75 lakhRs 24.48 lakhRs 27,000
    ZX AT (7-seater)Rs 26.54 lakhRs 25.68 lakhRs 86,000

    Toyota’s plans for India

    The Japanese automaker recently unveiled the new Hyryder midsize SUV, which will take on the likes of the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, VW Taigun, Skoda Kushaq and the MG Astor. With a launch slated for sometime next month, Maruti Suzuki’s version of the hybrid SUV is expected to make its debut in August, with a market launch slated for the upcoming festive season.

    Disclaimer: All prices, ex-showroom, pan-India.

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