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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).
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.
Read our 2017 Toyota Innova launch story to learn more.
- 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 Poor Man’s Alphard
When the invitation to test drive the new Toyota Innova reached the editorial desk, it took us longer than usual to respond, simply because nobody wanted to go for it. Unlike invites from companies like BMW which often get grabbed within minutes after they reach our editors’ inboxes, this particular invite did not only get passed to the rest of the team, but it was just there, waiting for somebody to take one for the team. That is how excited we were about driving the new Innova.View full review