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Toyota Increases Car Prices For The 4th Time in Less Than 2 Months

Toyota Indus Motor Company (IMC) has announced another price increase for its vehicles, the fourth in less than a month.

The company has blamed the increase on the depreciation of the Pakistani Rupee (PKR) against the US dollar (USD). Due to the economic downturn, the company claims it is having difficulty maintaining its current prices.

Effective immediately, the new prices are as follows:

Variant Old Price (Rs.) New Price (Rs.) Increase (Rs.)
Yaris GLI MT 1.3 4,279,000 4,316,000 37,000
Yaris GLI CVT 1.3 4,549,000 4,588,000 38,000
Yaris ATIV MT 1.3 4,519,000 4,558,000 38,000
Yaris ATIV CVT 1.3 4,749,000 4,790,000 41,000
Yaris ATIV X MT 1.5 4,869,000 4,911,000 42,000
Yaris ATIV X CVT 1.5 5,169,000 5,213,000 44,000
Corolla Altis X MT 1.6 5,529,000 5,576,000 47,000
Corolla Altis 1.6 X CVT-i 6,059,000 6,111,000 52,000
Corolla Altis 1.6 X CVT-i SE 6,659,000 6,716,000 57,000
Corolla Altis 1.8 X CVT 6,369,000 6,423,000 54,000
Corolla Altis Grande X CVT-11.8 Beige 6,939,000 6,998,000 59,000
Corolla Altis Grande X CVT-i1.8 Black 6,979,000 7,039,000 60,000
Revo V AT 2.8 12,859,000 12,969,000 110,000
Revo V AT Rocco 13,559,000 13,675,000 116,000
Fortuner 2.7 G Petrol 14,109,000 14,230,000 121,000
Fortuner 2.7 V Petrol 16,159,000 16,297,000 138,000
Fortuner 2.8 Sigma 4 Diesel 17,029,000 17,175,000 146,000
Fortuner Legender Diesel 17,959,000 18,112,000 153,000

 

Toyota IMC saw a modest increase in sales in January 2023, owing primarily to the surprisingly strong sales of the Toyota Hilux. This is an odd development, as despite frequent production halts, the ultra-expensive off-roader outsold numerous economy cars.

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