The facelifted version of the Toyota Innova MPV, a best selling model in India, has begun reaching dealerships across the nation. The launch will happen over the next few days and we now have the detailed price list of the new model, courtesy the folks at CarSizzler. The price list also reveals that the new top-end variant of the Innova, called the Z variant, will be available only in diesel guise.
The Z variant of the MPV is priced about Rs. 57,000 higher than the VX variant, and costs Rs. 15.07 lakhs, ex-showroom Delhi. On road, the Innova Z variant’s price comes to Rs. 17.66 lakhs. The facelifted 2014 Innova is already on sale in the Indonesian car market and the India-spec model will more or less feature the same set of cosmetic embellishments that the Indonesian model comes with.
Changes on the facelifted model’s exteriors include
- Revised front bumper with chromed fog lamp housings
- Chromed front grille that sees a redesign
- Stickers on the sides of the MPV’s rear
- Chrome garnish with reflector strips on the hatch door
On the inside, the MPV gets a touchscreen based infotainment system and new seat fabric among the major changes likely to be made available on the Z variant. Twin airbags, ABS, EBD, steering mounted audio controls, power assisted outer rear view mirrors and automatic climate control are the various other features that will be standard on the top end versions of the MPV.
The MPV is available in 7 and 8 seat variants while the top end Z variant will be sold only in 7 seater guise. The 2014 Innova sold in India comes with two engine options, a 2.5 liter turbo diesel engine that outputs 102 PS-200 Nm and a 2 liter petrol engine that outputs 132 PS-181 Nm. Both engines get a 5 speed manual gearbox as standard.
The rear wheel driven Innova, known as the Kijang in South East Asian car markets, does get an automatic gearbox as an option. Although Toyota doesn’t offered an automatic gearbox on the Indian version of the MPV, a CNG powered dual-fuel variant is available in specific Indian cities.