Toyota Indus Motor Company (IMC) is increasing the prices of its cars by up to Rs. 830,000.
The auto-manufacturer has increased the prices for the third time in 2019. Just like the previous price hikes, this one has evolved in the face of the depreciating value of the rupee against the US dollar.
The new prices will be applicable from July 1, 2019.
Here are the revised prices of the Toyota Corolla, IMV 1, IMV 3, and IMV 4 variants:
|Variant||New Price||Current Price|
|Altis 1.8 MT||3,299,000||3,069,000|
|Altis 1.8 CVT||3,449,000||3,205,000|
|Grande MT SR||3,499,000||3,260,000|
|Grande CVT SR||3,699,000||3,409,000|
|IMV I 4X2 STD||3,449,000||3,074,000|
|IMV I 4X2 D/L||3,159,000||2,819,000|
|IMV I 4X2 U/S||3,479,000||3,104,000|
|IMV III DC STD||5,249,000||4,719,000|
|Revo G MT||5,599,000||5,009,000|
|Revo G AT||5,899,000||5,239,000|
|Revo V AT||6,249,000||5,559,000|
Other car manufacturers have also been increasing the prices of their vehicles because of the rupee devaluation including Suzuki and Honda.
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