Toyota Kirloskar Motor sold a total of 9,507 units in April 2016. This includes 8,529 units sold in the domestic market and 978 Etios units exported. Sales are down from 12,325 units sold in the domestic market in April 2015 at 30.79 percent. Exports at the time stood at 1,334 units of the Etios series.
N. Raja, Director and Sr. Vice President, Sales and Marketing – Toyota Kirloskar Motor is hopeful that the High Court hearing of 9th May 2016 will lift the ban on registration of diesel vehicles above 2000cc in the National Capital Region (NCR). The ongoing diesel vehicle sales ban up north has particularly affected Toyota sales in India as the company dominates the 2000cc+ diesel car market.
Toyota Camry registered sales growth for April 2016 over April 2015. Camry Hybrid sales point to the market’s willingness to accept alternative fuel technology like hybrids to conserve fuel and benefit the environment.
The all new Innova Crysta was launched today at a price of Rs New Innova Crysta priced competitively in the price range of Rs. 13,83,677 and Rs. 20, 77,930 (Ex-showroom Mumbai). Bookings for new Innova Crysta begin today. Variants on offer are as follows: Zx (7 Seater) in AT/MT, Vx (7/8 Seater) in MT, Gx (7/8 Seater) in AT/MT, and G (7/8 Seater) in MT.
Toyota Innova Crysta is powered by an all-new 2.8 L diesel engine mated to a new 6 speed Automatic Transmission and a new 2.4 L Diesel engine mated to a new 5 speed Manual Transmission.
Through April 2016, TKM strategically planned production volumes for its Innova with the company set to launch Innova Crysta in the Indian auto market today. Toyota India is hopeful that introduction of Innova Crysta will yield growth in overall company sales.
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