Toyota is a leading Japanese automobile maker who entered the Indian market back in 1997. The first product launched for the Indian roads was Qualis. The car was super powerful for its time and was loved thoroughly by the country. It was fairly an old model but attracted a lot of customers. Sticking to its success graph, Toyota has introduces multiple new models in India. The company has launched different vehicles like the Camry and the Prius. In fact, in the category of SUV, Toyota’s Fortuner stands to be one of the best-selling SUVs with the pricing at 25 lakhs. Even their Innova has set a benchmark of being the most comfortable, powerful and highest-selling MVP in the country.

Toyota has bagged a total of 250 dealerships in India and has established a good reputation among the buyers and sellers. The company is offering various options for products like Etios Liva, Etios Cross, Etios, Innova, Corolla, Fortuner and more. Toyota has focused its target audience has the first tier metropolitan cities and are spreading their wings towards second-tier cities too. Even the second-tier cities have shifted their preferences for cars towards Toyota because of the long-lasting reputation of the company.

Innova has received many awards and recognition of the best-selling SUV in the past few years. After the immense success of its premium big cars, the company is also trying to get hold of a strong segment among the compact car categories. Their products are of superior quality, with high-end materials, performance, feature-loaded vehicles, customer service and more. They offer cars which are reliable, smooth, easy and convenient to drive as well.

Along with being super comfortable, worth the money and long-lasting, Toyota products also enjoy a very high resale value as compared to the other brands. They mostly use the trouble-free materials which do not demand timely maintenance and remain intact for a long time.