Toyota Kirloskar Motor has introduced more features on the Innova Crysta and the Fortuner. Since its launch in 2005, the Innova has been the best seller product by the brand in its segment and the Fortuner has gained its popularity with the sturdy and rugged, though it adds a touch of sophitication as well, and currently has a segment share of over 70 percent. With the addition of features, Toyota has also increased the prices of these models, where the Innova Crysta now gets an introductory price of Rs 14.65 lakh and goes up to Rs 22.01 lakh, while the Innova Touring Sport gets a price range of Rs 18.59 lakh and 23.06 lakh, and the feature enhanced Fortuner will be available with a starting price of Rs 27.27 lakh (all prices, ex showroom, Delhi).
Speaking on the enhanced product, Mr. N. Raja, Deputy Managing Director, Toyota Kirloskar Motor Pvt. Ltd said, “Ever since its launch in India way back in 2005, the Innova has maintained a leadership position and is often referred to as a segment creator being the most preferred MPVs in the country with a current segment share of over 40%. “ Adding to this, he said “The Fortuner has emerged as the most popular vehicle, dominating the SUV segment. It is well recognized for its best in class durability, on-road comfort and off-road prowess. The 2nd generation Fortuner received a very positive response for its improved driving dynamics in all terrains coupled with its distinctive, sleek and powerful design.”
In terms of new features, the Innova Crysta and Innova Touring Sport will now also come packed with front LED and rear fog lamps, anti-theft alarm with glass break and ultrasonic sensor and emergency brake signal across the variants. The Innova Crysta GX variant would additionally get a touchscreen infotainment system with steering mounted controls, speed & impact sensitive door lock/unlock, and retractable mirror.
The updated Toyota Fortuner will now feature rear fog lamp, passenger side power seat, anti-theft alarm with glass break and ultrasonic sensor, emergency brake signal, and electro-chromatic inside rear view mirror.
Mechanically, both the Inovva Crysta and the Fortuner will sport the same set of engines that were offered in the previous models.