Bookings open for new variants of Toyota Innova, Fortuner and Hilux

  • Auto
  • Friday, 15 Sep 2017

UMW Toyota Motor said the new Toyota Innova 2.0X is an additional variant to the flagship of the Innova range.

KUALA LUMPUR: The new variants of the  Toyota Innova, Fortuner and the upgraded Toyota Hilux are now open for booking as at Friday, says UMW Toyota Motor Sdn Bhd.

The prices for the Toyota Innova - the 2.0X -  start RM107,800 while for the  2.4 VRZ 4x4 and 2.4 VRZ 4x2, it is from RM169,800. As the Toyota Hilux, the price starts from RM87,200.

All these models are assembled at UMW Toyota Motor’s assembly plant in Shah Alam, Selangor.

UMW Toyota Motor said the new Toyota Innova 2.0X is an additional variant to the flagship of the Innova range. 

The MPV has more crossover styling but retains the spacious and flexible cabin space. With the Innova 2.0X, UMW Toyota is upgrading the MPV to an even more premium image with advanced features. 

The additional items include LED lights, premium combination leather package, six-way power adjustment for the driver’s seat, captain’s seats for the second row, and larger alloy rims.

“The entire Innova range now qualifies for the maximum 5-star Asean NCAP rating as all variants – including the new Innova 2.0X – are fitted with seven SRS airbags, vehicle stability control, hill-start assist control and an emergency stop signal,” it said. 

Additionally, all variants have ABS with electronic brakeforce distribution and brake assist,.

UMW Toyota Motor said as for the Toyota Fortuner, the range has been expanded with the addition of two new diesel variants – the Fortuner 2.4 VRZ 4x4 and Fortuner 2.4 VRZ 4x2.

The two new variants are positioned between the top-of-the-line Fortuner 2.7 SRZ 4x4 and the Fortuner 2.4 4x4.  The carried over 2.4 litre turbo-diesel engines for the two new variants continue to deliver a strong driving experience.

The new variants offers comfortable seating in the three-row, seven-seater cabin.  

Like the Fortuner 2.7 SRZ 4x4, the two new Fortuner VRZ variants are equipped with Bi-LED projector headlamps, vehicle stability control (VSC), 7 SRS airbags, automatic air-conditioning, leather seats, and a power back door which can be opened and closed at the touch of a button – a feature that is usually found only on more expensive SUVs.  

Also newly available are front LED-type fog lamps, and Cruise control.  As for new 4x4 features, the Fortuner 2.7 SRZ 4x4 and Fortuner 2.4 VRZ 4x4 variants now come with Downhill Assist Control (DAC).  All variants have rear disc brakes.  

UMW Toyota Motor said pointed the Hilux, the bestselling pick-up truck in Malaysia for 12 years –have gone through major upgrades and improvements to boost off-road performance, convenience and safety.

There are six variants to suit different budgets and requirements, whether they are just for work or for personal use or a combination of both.

The major enhancements include cruise control, automatic air-conditioning, USB charging ports, and an additional vent for rear passengers.

UMW Toyota Motor said besides vehicle stability control which can prevent the vehicle from spinning out of control on a slippery corner, there is also hill-start assist control (HAC) and active traction control (A-TRC). 

Vehicle Stability Control has been incorporated into the Hilux 2.4G with manual transmission, along with HAC and A-TRC. 

The Hilux 2.8G also has downhill assist control (DAC) to make driving down a steep slope easier and safer. Safety has been stepped up with seven airbags for the 2.4G AT variant as well.
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