For the second time in less than a month, Toyota Indus Motor Company (IMC) has announced a hefty price increase for all of its locally assembled vehicles. The increase was attributed by the corporation to the ongoing depreciation of the local currency against the US dollar.

All variants from Toyota have received a hike of more than Rs170,000, which goes up to nearly Rs600,000.

Toyota Corolla


The old price of the Corolla Altis X Manual 1.6 was Rs3,749,000, and it will now cost Rs3,909,000 after a rate hike of Rs160,000.


The Altis X Automatic 1.6 witnessed a price increase of Rs170,000, and now costs Rs4,099,000, up from Rs3,929,000 earlier.

Altis X Automatic 1.6 Special Edition (SE) was previously priced at Rs4,309,000 and is now priced at Rs4,509,000.

Altis X CVT-i 1.8, which also got a Rs200,000 hike, bringing the rate to Rs4,499,000, up from Rs4,299,000 previously.

The price of the Altis Grande X CVT-i 1.8 (Beige Interior) has increased by Rs210,000, bringing the total price to Rs4,859,000, up from Rs4,649,000 previously.

The Corolla Altis Grande X CVT-i 1.8 (Black Interior) was priced at Rs4,689,000, which now costs Rs4,899,000 after a price increase of Rs210,000.

Toyota Yaris 

The present price of the Yaris GLI MT 1.3 is Rs2,899,000, however after a price increase of Rs140,000, the new price is Rs3,039,000.

Yaris ATIV MT 1.3, saw a price increase of Rs150,000, bringing the total price to Rs3,209,000, up from Rs3,059,000 previously.

Yaris GLI CVT 1.3, and following the recent rise of Rs140,000, the car’s new price is Rs3,249,000, up from Rs3,109,000.

Yaris ATIV CVT 1.3, used to cost Rs3,229,000, is now priced at Rs3,449,000 after a price spike of Rs150,000.

The revised pricing of the Yaris ATIV X MT 1.5 is Rs3,449,000, an increase of Rs160,000. It was last sold for Rs3,289,000.

The new price of the Toyota Yaris ATIV X CVT 1.5 is Rs3,659,000, increase from the original price of Rs3,499,000.

Toyota Revo

The earlier price of the Hilux E was Rs7,059,000, and following a Rs300,000 rise, it would now cost Rs7,359,000.

Hilux Revo G Manual 2.8: The business raised the price by Rs330,000, bringing it to Rs7,989,000, up from Rs7,659,000 previously.

The Hilux Revo G Automatic 2.8 has increased by Rs350,000, bringing its new price to Rs8,379,000, up from Rs8,029,000 previously.

Hilux Revo V Automatic 2.8 was formerly priced at Rs8,839,000, but it is now priced at Rs9,229,000, a Rs390,000 increase.

The Hilux Revo Rocco, which used to cost Rs9,319,000, now costs Rs9,729,000 after a price increase of Rs410,000.

Toyota Fortuner

Fortuner 2.7 G, formerly priced at Rs9,499,000, will now cost Rs9,959,000 after a price increase of Rs460,000.

Fortuner 2.7 V now costs Rs11,459,000 instead of Rs10,949,000, a huge difference of Rs510,000.

Fortuner 2.8 Sigma 4, received a price hike of Rs550,000, bringing it to Rs12,039,000, up from Rs11,489,000 previously.

The fourth is the Fortuner Legender, which used to cost Rs12,099,000 but now costs Rs12,679,000 after an Rs580,000 price increase.

Customers affected by the new pricing

The new price will apply to all bookings placed after April 30, 2022. All orders placed before March 23 will be charged at the previous rate. All vehicles booked between March 23 and April 29, 2022, or before June 20, 2022, will be billed at the old rate. From March 23 to April 29, 2022, or before June 20, 2022, all DFS orders will be invoiced at the earlier rate.