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Old 26th October 2014, 17:27   #226
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Booked a Innova GX 8 seater. Expecting the delivery on 30th of Oct. Since it is GX, planning some accessories like fog lamp etc, not yet planned fully.
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Booked a Innova GX 8 seater. Expecting the delivery on 30th of Oct. Since it is GX, planning some accessories like fog lamp etc, not yet planned fully.
Congratulations on booking the Innova GX 8 seater. Which color is it? Can you please give the on road price and its break-up? Any freebies/ discounts? Delivery within a week is quite fast. Also what made you choose the GX and not the VX (besides the obvious reason of price difference between the two). I too find the GX better value compared to the VX, but then it misses out on some important features like MID, Audio system, Steering mounted controls just to name a few.

I guess all the dealers might have stocked Innovas for Diwali season. Can we expect better discounts over the year end?
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Congratulations on booking the Innova GX 8 seater. Which color is it? Can you please give the on road price and its break-up? Any freebies/ discounts? Delivery within a week is quite fast. Also what made you choose the GX and not the VX (besides the obvious reason of price difference between the two). I too find the GX better value compared to the VX, but then it misses out on some important features like MID, Audio system, Steering mounted controls just to name a few.

I guess all the dealers might have stocked Innovas for Diwali season. Can we expect better discounts over the year end?
I booked the vehicle 1 week back, opted for 30th due to personal preference. I booked GX purely based on price difference and also can't justify the 2 L difference between VX and GX. Difference I am seeing is passenger side air bag, alloys wheels, music system etc. The onroad price will come to 15L, 19thousand excluding insurance. There is no discount , but dealer is ready to give some discount on accessories. The colour I booked in Silky Gold.
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I'm considering the Innova as a car to keep at the second home in Gujurat.

If only it came with an automatic.. That would've made it a sure shot winner.
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If only Innova comes with automatic, either the 7 speed auto as in Corolla or the 5 speed one as in Fortuner, it would be a great buy. I would have surely bought one. They could make it a little upmarket - with a softer dashboard materials, projector headlamps, in 7 seater version and it can take some of XUV500 numbers.

Toyota is so slow in India. RAV4 with a Diesel engine will be a successful model.
The sales room guys didn't think there is no plan for a compact SUV model coming in the next few months.
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Reading Lamp for Innova: Any one got it installed ?

I went to the dealer for first service and was told that the stock reading lamps for innova are not for new model, although these were displayed in the accessories window. I need couple of them for the middle captain seats. Any suggestions would be welcome.
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Reading Lamp for Innova: Any one got it installed ?

I went to the dealer for first service and was told that the stock reading lamps for innova are not for new model, although these were displayed in the accessories window. I need couple of them for the middle captain seats. Any suggestions would be welcome.
When I was going through the accessories section I thought let me get it installed for my Innova (V model). I called up my dealer and he told me that my Innova already has it. It is nothing but the rear lamp which doubles up as reading lamp and boot light. If your model is V I am afraid your Innova already has it.

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Try something like this online or at nearby accessory shop , couple of Years back I used similar ( bulb type at that time ) in Qualis

http://shop.cardekho.com/interior-li...ght~14411.html
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When I was going through the accessories section I thought let me get it installed for my Innova (V model).....
Thanks for reply. I've V model but the rear lamp is just cabin light for 3rd row and trunk while the reading lamps i saw in accessories are focused (like a torch) and have independent left and right controls. Also with pre-installed rear lamps there is hardly any illumination in middle row for reading.
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Default On road price of Innova in 2009 to 2012

Hi All,

I am on the lookout for a Innova or Ertiga in the used car market.

I am inclined towards innova due to resale value ,so if would be great if someone can share the onroad prices of innova versions from 2009 to 2012

2009 G - ?
2009 V - ?
ect.

If possible chennai prices as it will make my work easy
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Hi All,

I am on the lookout for a Innova or Ertiga in the used car market.

I am inclined towards innova due to resale value ,so if would be great if someone can share the onroad prices of innova versions from 2009 to 2012

2009 G - ?
2009 V - ?
ect.

If possible chennai prices as it will make my work easy
I recently got a good deal on the sparsely run Innova, Feb-2009 registered, 7 seater, V model, 50.9K on the odo was brought home for 7.4 lacs.

Some of the related discussion and pictures can be found here on the "Used car price check" thread ----> http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/indian...hread-662.html (The "USED" Car Price Check Thread)
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Default Armrest console box for Innova

I have posted this query in Modifications & Accessories thread. But looks like this is the most active thread for Innova discussions and hope i will get some reply from here.

I am driving 2011 January model Innova 2.5G(No rear AC vents, no rear defogger model), this model doesn't come with arm rest also. This is how my existing console.
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I am looking to replace this console with armrest type console box which comes with recent versions of Innovas. Checked with Toyota and got to know that i need to replace 2-3 parts and approximate quote is around 20K and the parts are not in stock.

Checked online for some alternative. Found out something in rediff shopping site for Rs:4500+shipping
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http://shopping.rediff.com/product/i...iber-/12397497

But I am not sure about the quality, fit and finish. And not sure whether this will fit properly in my model.
Please let me know if any have experience on this? Or any other alternative in Bangalore.

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Or any other alternative in Bangalore.

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Why don't you salvage parts from a scrapped accidental Innova. There might be places in Bangalore where you will find such part but the problem with these people is they will ask you for a sample. I am based in Mumbai so don't know the exact place in Bangalore.
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