Toyota Innova Aero launched in India at Rs 12.25 lakh
Last Updated at
- 05:01 pm, September 27, 2012
The limited edition model will be offered on sale till December 2012; only 1,200 units to be built.
After rolling out the Aero Limited Editon model of the Corolla Altis back in July, Toyota Kirloskar Motor has rolled out an all-new limited edition model, the Toyota Innova Aero, which has been priced between Rs 12.25 lakh and Rs 12.30 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi.)
Under the Aero kit, the Innova MPV will get a new dual tone race inspired front bumper, dual tone rear bumper, side skirt, a new roof spoiler and the specially designed "Aero" badge.
Based on the existing GX Grade, the Innova Aero can be had with either in 7 seat or 8 seat configuration. The LE model is available in both forms - Euro III and Euro IV - to meet the mandatory emission norm in your city.
The new model is being offered in a choice of two colours - Super White and Silver Mica Metallic. The Toyota Innova Aero Limited Editon model will be offered on sale until December 2012 and only 1,200 exclusive units will be built.
Mr Sandeep Singh, deputy managing director, marketing, TKM, said “Toyota Innova has delighted customers for seven years now. It set precedence by breaking the clutter and introducing a new segment to the Indian market. Its spaciousness, reliability, practicality and ride quality has made it a popular choice with the Indian customers. It packages all the qualities that a customer desires in a family car, making it the most favourite car in its segment. The new Innova Aero will provide new and unique ownership experience to customers who are looking for a trendy and sporty look. We are extremely happy to bring this new offering to our customers for the festive season and thank them for their patronage of this legendary brand – Toyota Innova. The new Innova Aero is competitively priced between Rs. 12,25,677/- and Rs. 12,30,207/- ex-showroom Delhi and will be available at all Toyota dealerships from today.”
First Published on 05:01 pm, September 27, 2012
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