One of the most trusted car brands in India – Toyota Kirloskar Motor is now here in the affordable segment with the launch of Toyota Glanza and the Toyota Urban Cruise which are nothing but shared technology from India’s top-selling brand Maruti Suzuki. They have re-launched the already existing Maruti Suzuki Baleno and Vitara Brezza under their brand name. In today’s featured, we answer what the nation wants to know about the Japanese car manufacturer in India.

  1. Which Toyota car is best in India?

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    It totally depends upon what your budget is. While Innova and Fortuner have a separate fanbase, people looking for affordable cars can also have their hands at Toyota by buying Glanza or UC. If you are looking for a used car, you can also go for Etios/Etios Liva which also provide you with the strength and trust of being a Toyota.

  2. Which is the cheapest Toyota Car?

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    The cheapest car in the Toyota India lineup is the Toyota Glanza. The ex-showroom price for this vehicle is 7.08 Lakhs INR as of now. However, you might get some discounts considering the festive season. Toyota Glanza is nothing but a rebadged Maruti Baleno.

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  3. Which is the most expensive Toyota car in India?

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    The most expensive vehicle in the lineup is the Vellfire. The current ex-showroom price of the Vellfire in India is Rs. 83.5 Lakhs for its top-end variant.

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  4. Is Toyota leaving India?

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    Not at all! Toyota has no plans to leave India as of now. However, due to our country’s high tax regime, they have decided not to expand further in India. However, they have informed that they have no plans to exit India too. They will continue to sell what they are selling right now.

  5. Is Toyota Supra available in India?

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    Toyota’s Gazoo Racing sub-brand has already entered India through the GR Supra Gran Turismo Cup 2020 and the car is expected to launch in India in the near future. But as we mentioned earlier, the Japanese automaker is refraining itself from any kind of expansions, therefore, it’s launch seems unlikely as the pandemic still persists.

  6. Why is Toyota Vellfire so expensive?

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    This is because the Vellfire is brought to India as a CBU (Completely Built-up Unit). This is the reason it attracts a lot of taxes which the buyer needs to pay in order to have the hands-on this ultra-luxurious MPV from the Japanese automaker!

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  7. Is Toyota Yaris a failure in India?

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    With a golden chance to design a sedan which could compete with the Honda City, this Japanese brand failed miserably by introducing the Indian market to the Yaris. This sedan couldn’t gain competitive sales in India and could not stand against its competitors. However, Yaris was a really good car to drive and delivered a smooth ownership experience as well because it is a Toyota!

  8. Why was the Etios discontinued?

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    The Japanese automaker discontinued the Etios lineup because the BS6 upgrade required a lot of investment and they doubted if Etios could give them good returns. To be on a safer side, the automaker decided to discontinue the Etios lineup. in India due to the implementation of the BS6 norms.

  9. Why is Camry so expensive in India?

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    Cars like Camry and Honda Accord belong to the D-Segment. These cars are usually expensive and have a low demand in the market. Therefore the brand decides to directly import the parts and assemble them here rather than investing huge sums of money on their manufacturing. Therefore, the parts attract taxes while they are imported which results in the expensive overall cost of such vehicles.

  10. Is Supra a BMW?

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    Not exactly. Toyota Supra has got many parts sourced from BMW such as the in-line six engine which is sourced from BMW. The engineers have tuned them according to the Supra. The 8-speed automatic transmission is also from BMW and similar is the case with the chassis which is shared from the BMW Z4.

These were the 10 most Googled questions about Toyota in India. If you have anything else in mind, do let us know in the comments section below and we will be happy to help you!

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