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The journey of this SUV in India is over, after the sale was 0, the company removed it from the website


Toyota Urban Cruiser had a sale of 330 units in September.
However, the company has not issued any official statement regarding its closure.
The initial ex-showroom price of Urban Cruiser used to start from Rs 9 lakh.

New Delhi. After the sale of Maruti’s S-Cross stopped, the journey of another popular SUV has also ended in India. According to sources, the company has now stopped its sale in India. This SUV is Toyota’s urban cruiser. The company has removed this car from its website.

It is worth noting that even after the festival season, not a single vehicle of Urban Cruiser was sold in October. It is worth noting that the Urban Cruiser and the Briza Vitara were launched on the same platform and both the cars have now been discontinued. Maruti is now selling only the Briza model in the market.

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So what is the decision for some time
Although there has been no statement from Toyota regarding discontinuing the sale of Urban Cruiser, it has been removed from the official website. It is also being said that the company may have temporarily closed its booking. The company has done this in the past too when it stopped booking the diesel variants of Innova for some time.

At the same time, according to a report from India, Toyota Urban Cruiser had a sale of 330 units in September but suddenly it became zero in October. Toyota dealers who had the stock of Urban Cruiser were constantly clearing by giving discount offers.

Discount was up to 70 thousand
Discounts ranging from 50 thousand to 70 thousand rupees were being offered on Urban Cruiser. In which cash and corporate discounts as well as exchange bonus and free accessories were being given. It is being told that from August, the company started clearing the stack of this car. It is worth noting that the ex-showroom price of Urban Cruiser used to start from Rs 9 lakh. The car was powered by a 1.5-litre petrol engine from the K-series that produced 105 PS of power and 138 Nm of torque.

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