Toyota launches compact SUV Urban Cruiser, price starting at Rs 840,000

Urban Cruiser | Photo: Twitter/Toyota_India

Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) on

Wednesday launched its youngest SUV, the all-new Toyota Urban Cruiser, to strengthen its offerings in the segment.

The Toyota Urban Cruiser is the second model to be launched in India under the global Toyota-Suzuki alliance following the the premium hatchback, the Toyota Glanza.

Priceranges fromRs 840,000 to Rs 11,30,000 (Ex- showroom, Delhi), the company said in a statement.

'Dual Tone', available only in the premium variant of both MT & AT options, are priced atRs 998,000 and Rs 11,55,000, respectively, it was stated.

The compact SUVis powered withK-Series 1.5 litre, four- cylinder petrol enginewithchoice of Manual Transmission (MT)/Automatic Transmission (AT), the statement said.

AllAT variantsare equipped withadvanced lithium-ion battery with integrated starter generator comprisingtorque assist function, idle start stop function, brake energy regeneration function for enhanced fuel efficiency, the company said.

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