Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Toyota Motor Philippines Spruces Up Innova with Touring Sport Variant


After the launch of a sportier Avanza variant last month, Toyota Motor Philippines is giving the country’s best-selling MPV, the Innova, the sporty treatment as well. Meet the new Innova Touring Sport.

Since its introduction in 2005, the locally-manufactured Innova continues to be the best-selling MPV in the country. And true to its name, it keeps up with the ever-changing preferences of customers while promoting practicality and functionally as well.

In an effort to sportify the Innova’s image, the new Touring Sport variant comes equipped with a slew of aesthetic changes. Its exterior design features 16-inch matte black alloy wheels, smoked headlights, more chrome surrounding the front grille, fender moldings, and a wrap-around body kit that includes front and rear diffusers.

Based off the 2.8 E model, the Innova Touring Sport gets some additional niceties such as an anti-theft system, reverse sensors, and a door-ajar warning to go with the sporty refresh.

Mechanically, the Innova Touring Sport remains unchanged. It’s powered by a 2.8-liter 4-cylinder turbo diesel engine (1GD-FTV) with 171 horsepower and 360 Nm of torque. It comes in both M/T and A/T flavors.

The 2018 Toyota Innova Touring Sport is now available at any of the 60 Toyota dealerships nationwide with a retail price of P 1,275,000 for the 2.8 M/T and P 1,355,000 for the 2.8 A/T.

With that, the Toyota Innova has a line-up that comprises 12 variants, not including the special White Pearl Editions. The prices is as follows:

  • 2.8 V Dsl A/T - P 1,496,000
  • 2.8 G Dsl A/T - P 1,393,000
  • 2.8 G Dsl M/T - P 1,313,000
  • 2.0 G Gas A/T - P 1,276,000
  • 2.8 Touring Sport Dsl A/T - P 1,355,000
  • 2.8 Touring Sport Dsl M/T - P 1,275,000
  • 2.8 E Dsl A/T - P 1,266,000
  • 2.8 E Dsl M/T - P 1,186,000
  • 2.0 E Gas A/T - P 1,154,000
  • 2.0 E Gas M/T - P 1,074,000
  • 2.8 J Dsl M/T - P 1,056,000
  • 2.0 J Gas M/T - P 954,000

9 comments:

  1. Innova is all riced up!

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    1. It only lacks those dumb HKS fart cans

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  2. If those are LED projector headlights in the picture, sulit ang price difference.

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    1. I think not cause sabi nga.. "Based off the 2.8E model"

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  3. Looks sportier but it is still an MPV no sporty driving dynamics nor handling here.

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  4. Garish. Doesn't hide the fangs of Dracula.

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  5. its cheaply/ ugly ,, why? only because you didnt upgrade the 16 in wheel which had odd looks,,, wrapped around skirts looks ok though,,, see thailand version they have 17 inc rims,,, why care its the best selling mpv anyway but it will affect its reputation

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  6. ,,,,, with additional 90k on sport touring model better buy the E and spend it on new rims of your choice.... TMPI mgt has sour taste when it comes to product presentation

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