Toyota launched the all-new Innova Hycross MPV in the market earlier this year, and just like the Innova and Innova Crysta, the Innova Hycross has also become popular among buyers in a short span of time, with a long waiting period for higher variants of the MPV, as long as 24-30 months. However, the deliveries for the Innova Hycross have started and the MPV can be spotted on the road as well. Here, we have a video that compares all the strong hybrid variants of the Innova Hycross MPV.
The video has been shared by The Car Show on their YouTube channel. In this video, the vlogger talks about the differences in each variant of the strong hybrid version of the Toyota Innova Hycross. He starts with the pricing first, stating that the VX variant is priced at Rs 24.73 lakh, ex-showroom, while the VX(O) is priced at Rs 26.73 lakh, ex-showroom. The ZX variant has an ex-showroom price of Rs 29.03 lakh, and the top-end ZX(O) is priced at Rs 29.73 lakh, ex-showroom.
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After the pricing, the vlogger talks about the exterior differences in all the variants. The VX and VX(O) variants look almost the same, with LED headlamps, halogen turn indicators, 360-degree camera, 17-inch alloy wheels, and other features. One of the differences between the VX and VX(O) variants is that the VX(O) variant comes with LED fog lamps while the VX misses it. The ZX and ZX(O) variants of the Hycross look slightly more premium, coming with dual-function LED DRLs on the bumper, all LED headlamps and fog lamps, and 18-inch alloy wheels. The 360-degree camera and front parking sensors are common on all the variants.
The major differentiation factor between the ZX and ZX(O) variants is that the ZX(O) comes with ADAS features, while the other variants miss it. Coming to the side profile, the VX and VX(O) variants do not get lower window chrome lines while the higher models offer the same. Chrome door handles and wheel arch cladding are also missing in the lower variants. The rear profile of the car remains the same in all variants with reverse parking camera, sensors, chrome applique, and roof-mounted antennas.
The VX and VX(O) variants get manual tail gates, while the ZX and ZX(O) get electrically opening and closing tail gates. The vlogger also mentions that the 8-seater configuration is only available with VX and VX(O), while the top-end ZX and ZX(O) get 7-seater options only. The car comes with fabric seats for lower variants, while the higher ZX trims get leather upholstery. The color theme of the cabin remains the same in every variant, except for the VX variant. VX(O), ZX and ZX(O) come with a panoramic sunroof.
The interior of the VX and VX(O) remains the same, except for the panoramic sunroof and the touchscreen infotainment system. The VX variant gets an 8-inch screen, while all the other versions get a 10-inch infotainment system. Even the VX comes with cruise control, automatic climate control, and ambient lights. In ZX and ZX(O), the door pads have a leather wrap, and the rear seats can be electrically reclined too. The driver seats get electronic controls with memory function. The front seats also get ventilated seats, and it also gets JBL speaker system. Except for the VX variant, all other variants get 6 airbags. The ZX(O) interior gets controls for the ADAS features and other than this everything else remains the same.
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