The cost of some of the company’s many variations has climbed by up to Rs0.7 Million, according to Indus Motor Company (IMC).
The Toyota Corolla, the automaker’s best-selling four-wheeler, and the Toyota Revo 4X4 pickup truck now cost more than they did previously.
According to a notice released by the business, the prices were changed as a result of rising raw material costs and economic unpredictability.
The uncertainty surrounding currency exchange rates, the rise in utility costs, and overhead costs were also mentioned as having an impact on manufacturing costs in an era of extraordinary inflation.
|Model||Previous price||New Price|
|Corolla 1.6 CVT||Rs 4,789,000||Rs 4,979,000|
|Corolla 1.6 CVT (Special Edition)||Rs 5,279,000||Rs 5,479,000|
|Toyota Hilux||Rs 8,449,000||Rs 9,069,000|
|Toyota Hilux Revo G 2.8||Rs 9,169,000||Rs 9,839,000|
|Toyota Hilux Revo G Automatic 2.8||Rs 9,609,000||Rs 10,309,000|
The Corolla 1.6 CVT’s price has gone up by Rs. 190,000 to Rs. 4,979,000, while the Corolla 1.6 CVT (Special Edition) variant’s price has gone up by Rs. 200,000. The Special Edition now costs Rs. 5,279,00.
The price of the Toyota Hilux has increased by Rs. 620,000 to Rs. 9,069,000; this type was previously offered for sale at Rs. 8,449,000.
The price of the Toyota Hilux Revo G 2.8 has increased by Rs. 670,000 to Rs. 9,839,000. The price of the Toyota Hilux Revo G Automatic 2.8 has increased by 0.7 million rupees to Rs. 10,309,000 from Rs. 9,609,000.