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Old 25th September 2016, 21:00   #721
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Assuming the new one will be launched in November, use that fact as a negotiating point, and try to bid around 20 and increase a bit. In my personal openion 20-22L would be a nice price.
We all wish!
On-road would be around 35ish. Wait and watch.
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We all wish!
On-road would be around 35ish. Wait and watch.
Based on the facts like Crysta's pricing, Fortuner as a CKD, Toyota's pricing strategy, new taxes etc, I doubt we get it in 35L on road. My guess is around 40L on-road for the base model.
Toyota will still have a large queue of people will be waiting for it. :-)
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