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Price Toyota Vellfire increased by ₹ 2.10 lakh: This is the new price


Japanese automaker Toyota has raised the price of its Vellfire multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) in India. Offered as a CBU model, it’s gotten expensive by 2.10 lakh. After the price increase, the Toyota Vellfire now costs 96.55 lakh (ex showroom).

Toyota Vellfire debuted in India in February 2020. It has a hybrid petrol engine and is positioned as the company’s most premium MPV. The seven-seat MPV has seen three price increases so far.

The vehicle comes with rear sliding doors and has second row captain seats. It also offers reclining, heating and cooling functions. Other features include three-zone climate control, 16-color skylights, dual sunroofs and a roof-mounted rear entertainment screen.

Toyota Vellfire MPV is powered by a 2.5-liter petrol-hybrid powertrain with an output of 115 hp. It is coupled to twin electric motors with 140 hp and 67 hp respectively.

Recently, the company increased the prices of its popular MPV, the Innova Hycross, by a significant amount ranging between 25,000 – 75,000, just two months after its launch in India in December 2022. The Innova Hycross now costs between 18.55 lakh – 29.72 lakh (ex showroom).

In addition to the price increase, Toyota has also introduced a new VX(O) trim, which is available exclusively on the Innova Hycross’ strong hybrid line-up.

Prior to the price increase, the Innova Hycross was available in G, GX, VX, ZX and ZX(O) trim levels. The G and GX trims, which are available in both 7 and 8 seater configurations and only come with the NA petrol engine, are subject to a price increase of 25,000. On the other hand, the VX, ZX and ZX (O) versions, which are exclusively equipped with the strong hybrid powertrain, have a significant price increase of 75,000.

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Joanna Swanson

Joanna Swanson is Europe correspondent at the Thomson Reuters Foundation based in Brussels covering politics, culture, business, climate change, society, economies and inclusive tech. With specific focus in breaking news, she has covered some of the world's most significant stories.