We reported in detail when it emerged that Japanese auto giant Toyota intends to launch a refreshed Innova in Indonesia, the biggest MPV market in the world. Now, what we have here are the prices of Innova facelift for Indonesian market.
The J, E and G variants of the Indonesia spec model are pricier by 4.7 million Indonesian Rupiah (INR 27,824). This is basically due to addition of dual airbags across the range. The top of the line V variant will be pricier by 1.8 million Indonesian Rupiah (INR 10,648).
From what can be made out from the images that we have here, the Innova facelift features a slightly updated front and rear fascia, with the car getting a really big front grille with dallops of chrome garnishing, a new front bumper, a bigger rear number plate housing, a pair of reflectors positioned on the fifth door and a revised rear bumper.
This is the third facelift for Innova and that the boffins at Toyota decided to give the highly successful MPV some botox isn’t really surprising. The Innova has been on duty since close to a decade. The next gen all new Innova would be out only by 2016.
There are good chances that the upcoming 2013 Toyota Innova facelift would be showcased at the Indonesia International Motor Show, which starts on September 19. There also are chances that the Innova facelift would make its Indian debut at the 2014 Auto Expo in February 2014.
What do you say? Do you like the way the updated Innova looks?