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2018 Toyota Innova
The Toyota Innova has found its way into many Malaysian families that needed a comfortable eight-seater, due to its affordable price. First launched back in May 2005, the Toyota Innova is the replacement for the Toyota Unser.
Powering this eight-seat MPV is a naturally aspirated 2.0-litre four-pot that churns out 139hp at 5,600rpm and 183Nm of torque at 4,000rpm. Drive is sent to the wheels via a five-speed stick shift transmission in the base model, while the automatic variants feature a six-speeder with Sequential Shifter.
And now that the new Innova gets Dual VVT-I technology, the MPV's fuel consumption has improved from 11.2L/100km to 9.1L/100km, making it an Energy Efficient Vehicle (EEV).
Toyota recently introduced a more premium Innova, called the Innova X. This model adds LED headlamps and DRL, gloss black 17-inch wheels, bodykit, individual captain seats replacing the bench seat (making it a 7-seater instead), powered driver's seat and leather upholstery.
The eight-seater also benefits from a five-year, unlimited mileage manufacturer warranty which is fully transferable to the next owner if the vehicle is sold off during the warranty tenure.
- Body Type: MPV
- Transmission: Manual/Automatic
- Engine Capacity: 1998 cc
- Fuel Type: Petrol
- Seat Capacity: 7 - 8
- Price: RM 107,800 - RM 132,800
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2017 Toyota Innova – The Salary Man’s Alphard
Upon hopping into the new Innova, we were greeted by a cabin which looked like a more affordable version of the Alphard to be honest. The multi-info instrument panel, the redesigned dashboard clad in material that look much more premium than the outgoing model, the steering wheel which comprised a combination of wood and leather, ambient lighting, impressive audio system, the 8-inch touch screen infotainment system (optional), and the “striped” black striped seats did not only feel easy on the eye, but also on our hands.View full review
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