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There are 6 car models available from Toyota in India. Most expensive Toyota model is Toyota Vellfire which is priced at Rs. 89.90 Lakh. On the lower end, Toyota Glanza is the least expensive model which will cost you Rs. 7.34 Lakh. These prices are indicative and may vary. Don't forget to check best Toyota offers available near you.
Looking at the Toyota cars popularity, Toyota Urban Cruiser is the highly demanded car model right now. It has a 1462 cc engine which can generate 105 PS power and 138nm@4400rpm torque while giving a 18.76 kmpl mileage .
Here is a brief summary of other popular Toyota car models:
|Toyota car models||Price||Mileage|
|Urban Cruiser||8.72 Lakh||18.76 KMPL|
|Fortuner||30.73 Lakh||15.04 KMPL|
|Glanza||7.34 Lakh||23.87 KMPL|
|Camry||41.20 Lakh||23.2 KMPL|
|Vellfire||89.90 Lakh||16.35 KMPL|
|Innova Facelift||17.18 Lakh||15.4 KMPL|
Check below the list of all car models offered by Toyota in 2021:
Present in the Indian car market since 1997, Toyota has earned trust of consumers when it comes to providing reliable vehicles. Even the first generation Qualis MPV continuous to do duties in smaller town without a hiccup. Ditto for the Innova that is well known as a reliable workhorse. Unfortunately, the company’s smaller offerings like the Etios and the Liva have not tasted success. To overcome this, the company has tied up with Maruti Suzuki and the result of which has been seen in the form of the Glanza hatchback. More such products will be launched in 2020 and 2021. The company is also very strong in the full sized 7 seater SUV space with the Fortuner and in the super exclusive luxury MPV space with the Vellfire. Toyota has brought in its luxury brand, Lexus to India. There are as many as 6 different offerings under this flagship brand for the domestic car market.
Toyota Glanza V CVT The Glanza is my second Toyota product after the Innova. I wanted a petrol hatchback and Glanza seemed to be a perfect choice since it Maruti Suzuki adds their blend to it. Apart from an automatic premium hatchback, I also wanted a fuel efficienct car which Glanza was providing. Till now I have driven this car to 7000 km and I am very happy about this. This is for my city runs which includes grocery shopping, gym and dairy. On an average I use it alternate days and till now it is running smoothly. Itâ€™s not the best car or has the peppiest engine but it does my job good so overall its nice.
Toyota Glanza G MT I have driven my Glanza a total of 10,000 km in just four months of ownership. I am getting a fuel efficiency of 14 km/l combined which is good considering itâ€™s a petrol. The major runs happen on city and highways both and I am very much in awe with this car. I have the red colour and it really looks stunning in sun. The only issue I faced is the lack of rear seat comfort. Now, the Glanza is spacious but for long journeys, the rear passengers have complained about the comfort. I didnâ€™t face this issue in my Honda Jazz. I also like the Toyota branding and the added warranty which comes with the Glanza. Toyota could have changed some looks and improved the suspension of the Glanza though but then itâ€™s alright.
I own a Toyota Yaris which I bought in 2019. I was actually confused between Ciaz and Yaris as I wanted an automatic car with good mileage and it should be reliable as my previous car was a Fiat Punto and sadly Fiat left India so I sold it. I chose the Yaris as recently the dual tone Yaris was launched and I just loved that colour scheme. Also, its interior treatment was very good. So, I bought the newly launched Yaris V (O) in October 2019. I have driven my car just 4500 kilometres till now and I mostly drive it in the city. The Yaris CVT is very pleasant to drive and it returns good fuel economy too. Yes, the Yaris lacks some features but apart from that, I think this is a very good family sedan.
Hi everyone, very recently I bought the new Toyota Yaris BS6. I bought the V (O) with the manual gearbox. My primary reason of buying the V (O) and not the top-spec VX was its colour job. My wife and my daughter loved this red & black mixture so to make them happy, I decided to choose this one. I bought this car in February 2020 and I liked the fact that compared to BS4, the BS6 Yaris is just 11k expensive. I have driven this car for just around 900 kilometres as then lockdown started and now I work from home. Still I drive it for pretty good distance every week. Once I complete 5000 kilometres, I will share my detailed experience.
Hi, The Toyota C-HR is not launched in India yet.Though there were few blogs which claimed to see the Toyota C-HR being tested in India but there is no official news from Toyota India about the launch. To get the information about the launch of the car, please press the "Notify me when launched button" on https://www.91wheels.com/cars/toyota/c-hr.
No, a new Toyota Etios Cross can't be purchased anymore as it was discontinued many months ago and the dealers don't have leftover stocks anymore. Plus, even if you find one, getting it registered will be tough as it was never upgraded to BSVI norms.
Toyota Glanza V Automatic model has a mileage of 20 kmpl in combined usage conditions.
Toyota Glanza with a price tag of Rs. 7.34 Lakh is the cheapest Toyota car in India.
Toyota Vellfire with a price tag of Rs. 89.90 Lakh is the most expensive Toyota car in India.