Toyota Cars

After announcing last week that the prices of Toyota cars will increase by 5% across the country, the company has finally revealed the new rates of its Corolla, Fortuner and Hilux variants.

This is the second time that the company has increased the prices of Toyota cars owing to the depreciation of rupee against dollars.

After the government allowed the devaluation of rupee by against dollars in the light of the widening current account deficit, the auto sector has taken a massive hit as the raw materials for the manufacturing of their vehicles are imported from abroad.

New Prices of Corolla Variants

VariantOld Price (Rupees)New Price (Rupees)
XLI1,819,0001,894,000
GLI MT1,949,0002,049,000
GLI MT SE2,059,0002,159,000
GLI AT2,024,0002,124,000
Altis 1.62,199,0002,274,000
Altis 1.8 MT2,264,0002,339,000
Altis 1.8 CVT2,389,0002,464,000
Grande MT SR2,439,0002,514,000
Grande CVT SR2,589,0002,664,000

New Prices of Hilux and Fortuner Variants

VariantOld Price (Rupees)New Price (Rupees)
Hilux Deckless2,219,0002,319,000
Hilux 4×22,469,0002,569,000
Hilux 4×2 (up-spec)2,499,0002,599,000
Revo G MT4,124,0004,374,000
Revo G AT4,349,0004,599,000
Revo V AT4,649,0004,949,000
Fortuner 4×2 (Petrol)5,549,0005,849,000
Fortuner 4×45,899,0006,199,000

As you can see in the tables above, the Toyota cars have experienced a massive price jump with Rs. 75,000 to Rs. 300,000 price hike in various variants.

Source: PakWheels

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