car news desk, There is a lot of demand for both SUV and MPV cars in India. But what to say if you get a 7 seater MPV with SUV look. Working on this strategy, Toyota launched its Toyota Innova Highcross car. As soon as it arrived, the customers booked this car in a hurry. It comes in petrol and hybrid option. It is now reported that the company is also offering the new Innova Highcross to fleet buyers. In addition to this, the Toyota Innova Highcross will also get a new base variant for the hybrid and petrol powertrains.
Toyota Innova Highcross for Fleet Operators
Toyota will offer the Innova Highcross Hybrid to fleet operators in three trims – Base, VX and ZX. It will be offered with a choice of 7 and 8-seat configurations. In addition, a petrol version will also be available in both the seating configurations for fleet buyers. This could possibly spell trouble for Maruti Suzuki. Maruti Suzuki currently does not have any MPV in the segment for fleet and private buyers.
Toyota Innova Highcross: New base variant
The Toyota Innova Highcross is currently sold in 5 trims G, GX, VX, ZX and ZX (O). The first two trims come with a 2.0-litre petrol engine, while the rest get a 2.0-litre strong hybrid engine. According to the Autocar report, Toyota will introduce a new base model for both the engines, which is yet to be named. It will be made available in 7 and 8-seater configurations.
Toyota Innova Highcross: Price and Booking
Currently, the Innova Highcross is priced between Rs 18.30 lakh-19.20 lakh for the petrol engine, while the hybrid is priced between Rs 24.01 lakh-28.97 lakh. The waiting period on the hybrid variant is up to one year. While there is currently a waiting period of up to 6 months on Highcross Petrol.