Reliable and fuss free, the Toyota Innova is the best people mover you can buy in the used car space. If maintained well, an Innova can easily last a decade or more. Its 2.5 liter turbo diesel engine is known to last a few lakh kms with just regular maintenance, and almost every part on the Toyota Innova feels built to last. So, it’s no surprise that the Innova commands such a good resale value in the used car market. So, if you’re looking for a diesel powered Toyota Innova with under 50,000 Kms on the odometer in the Delhi NCR, you’re at the right place.
You might think your demands are too specific, but even with your specific needs you will be bombarded with innumerable options on leading car websites. Moreover, they will have listings of cars that have not been neatly sorted, and hence are not in a position to give you meaningful insights. How do you arrive at choosing the right car then? Used car websites are usually of little use, even with their multiple filters. The onus of sorting the information remains on you, and who wants to undergo such a hassle? Fortunately, we have got just what you need through the Cartoq TRUE PRICE.
By deploying the Cartoq TRUE PRICE, we help you identify the best deals. The Cartoq Data Science team has built a Machine Learning model that estimates the TRUE PRICE of a used car, after accounting for all sorts of variables – brand, model, age, mileage, and car type. With all factors accounted for, the model predicts the TRUE PRICE, which then becomes the basis of comparison across cars. The best deals are those where listed price is lower than the TRUE PRICE. So, we scan through the car listings across major used car sites, compute their TRUE PRICE, and present the best deals for you.
The shortlist for this article was based on the analysis we ran on September 9th, 2019. So, by the time you read this article, there is a good chance that the specific car may no longer be available. However, this list still provides plenty of useful pointers even if certain specific cars have already been sold out. Without further ado, let’s check out our top recommendations.
2014 Toyota Innova at 10.4 lakhs
This used example of the Innova is 5 years old, and has 50,000 Kms on the odometer. What this means is, the MPV can offer a decade or more of fuss free ownership considering the relatively low running. It’s a 7 seater, and comes in top-end VX trim. You get ABS and twin airbags as standard safety features. The engine is a 2.5 liter turbocharged intercooled unit with 100 Bhp-200 Nm. A five speed manual gearbox and a rear wheel drive layout are standard.
2014 Toyota Innova at 9.5 lakhs
This Toyota Innova is very similar to the one listed above. It’s done 50,000 Kms and is from 2014, which means that it has a long working life ahead of it. It’s a 7 seater, and is powered by the same 2.5 liter turbo diesel engine. So, what’s the difference? Well, the asking price is much lower at Rs. 9.5 lakhs. Also, this MPV is the GX trim, which means that it’s the mid variant we’re dealing with.
2013 Toyota Innova at 10.25 lakhs
Here’s an Innova that’s a year older but still with its first owner. It’s got 48,000 Kms on the odometer, and seems to be in good shape. The asking price at Rs. 10.25 lakhs is on the higher side, and if you have zeroed onto this one, you’ll have to negotiate hard and bring down the price. This Innova is the VX trim, which means that it’s the fully loaded model.
2014 Toyota Innova at 10.15 lakhs
Here’s another 5 year old Innova with well under 50,000 Kms on the odometer. In fact, this one has covered just 45,000 Kms, and is the G trim, which means that it’ll relatively be spartan in terms of features and creature comforts when compared to the VX variants. The asking price of Rs. 10.15 lakhs, again is on the higher side, and you must certainly bargain hard.
2014 Toyota Innova at 10.15 lakhs
This Innova is virtually similar to the one above, in terms of the year, trim and pricing. However, it’s run even lesser, with just 42,000 Kms on the odometer. Sparingly used, this Innova in G trim may just be too spartan for most at these price levels, which is why you have to bargain hard to bring down the price.