2017 Toyota Kijang Innova 2.4 V (GUN142R, Indonesia)
|Also called||Toyota Kijang Innova (Indonesia)|
|Production||August 2004 – present|
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||5-door wagon|
|Platform||Toyota IMV platform|
The Toyota Innova (Japanese: トヨタ・イノーバ Toyota Inōba) is a compact MPV manufactured by the Japanese automaker Toyota. It is first produced in Indonesia under supervision by Toyota Astra Motor since 2004 and has been manufactured in other countries as well; as with the Kijang, which it replaced, the Innova is produced and first marketed in 2004 in Indonesia. The Innova is part of Toyota's IMV program together with the Hilux pickup truck and the Fortuner SUV, its official name in Indonesia is Toyota Kijang Innova, while for other countries it is called "Innova" or "Innova Crysta". The name "Innova" comes from the English word innovation.
The Innova was also introduced as a replacement for both the Kijang as well as its rebadged derivatives in foreign markets, including the Qualis in India, the Unser in Malaysia, the Revo in the Philippines, and the the Zace in Vietnam; the Innova is also available in Thailand, Brunei, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Jamaica and Argentina.
- 1 First generation (AN40; 2004–2015)
- 2 Second generation (AN140; 2015–present)
- 3 References
- 4 External links
First generation (AN40; 2004–2015)
|First generation (AN40)|
Toyota Innova 2.0 E (TGN40; pre-facelift, Malaysia)
|Body and chassis|
|Wheelbase||2,750 mm (108.3 in)|
|Length||4,555–4,585 mm (179.3–180.5 in)|
|Width||1,760–1,775 mm (69.3–69.9 in)|
|Height||1,745–1,750 mm (68.7–68.9 in)|
|Curb weight||1,480–1,640 kg (3,263–3,616 lb)|
On 1 September 2004, Toyota launched the AN40 series Innova, badged as Kijang Innova in Indonesia; this came after the 2003 introduction of the new Avanza—the replacement for low-spec versions of the Kijang. Thus, the Innova is more luxurious and expensive than the Kijang; the Kijang Innova has a body-on-frame chassis constructed from the Toyota IMV platform, as shared with the Hilux pickup truck and Fortuner SUV.
The Innova was sold in large numbers in India (where it's known as an MUV)- primarily serving the tourist taxi market and fleet operations of large technology business process outsourcing companies, it also enjoyed large markets in Malaysia, East Timor and Philippines. In the Philippines, it replaced the Revo, the name of Kijang in that market.
The Innova is powered by either a 2.0-liter petrol 136 PS (100 kW) 1TR-FE VVT-i, a 2.7-liter petrol 160 PS (118 kW) 2TR-FE VVT-i, or a 2.5-liter 102 PS (75 kW) 2KD-FTV D-4D common rail turbocharged diesel engine. Trim levels are J, E, G and V; the 2.7-liter unit is only for the V trim, with automatic transmission.
The 2.7-liter petrol engine was dropped from the Indonesian market due to low demand. The diesel variants use turbocharged 2KD-FTV engine which produces 102 hp (76 kW) and 260 N⋅m (190 lb⋅ft) of torque when mated to the four-speed automatic transmission and 200 N⋅m (150 lb⋅ft) when mated to the five-speed manual. Petrol versions are also available in five-speed manual or four-speed automatic versions. All variants utilise the rear-wheel drive configuration.
In early 2007, the engines on the Indonesian market Kijang Innova were updated to comply with the Euro 2 emission standards, it received a catalytic converter and the injection system was changed to a closed loop system. The Innova also received a front mesh grille; the E trim of the Kijang Innova received double blower air conditioner, while the G trim received 2 DIN CD and cassette player.
The 2008 facelifted Innova was first spotted in Indonesia, and launched in August 2008, it featured a redesigned front and rear bumper, front grille, and rear tail lamps. The V trim use updated wheels, while the previous wheels used on the 2005-2008 model V trim were installed on the G trim; this model also features automatic climate control, side door impact beams, as well as new extras such as parking sensors and an in-dash CD changer. It is on sale in Far East Asian and Middle East markets; the facelifted Innova was launched in November 2008 in the Philippines and on 28 January 2009 in India. In Indonesia, the facelifted versions include the E trim, which now features the parts from the pre-facelift G trim.
On 22 July 2011, PT Toyota-Astra Motor launched the second facelift of the Innova, which is also known as the Grand New Kijang Innova, it featured redesigned headlights, grille, bonnet, bumpers & tail lights. The interior is updated with a new steering wheel, new air-conditioning knobs (for non V variants), and a revised center dashboard. For the Indonesian market only, the V trim used updated wheels (later used on all variants in some export markets), while the previous wheels used on the 2009-2011 model V trim were installed on the E and G trims.
On 19 August 2013, PT Toyota-Astra Motor launched the third facelift of the Innova, which is known as the New Kijang Innova. Changes consist of a larger grille, redesigned bumpers and a new trunk garnish exclusive to the E, G and V trims. A four-spoke steering wheel and dual airbags are also standard features on this model. In August 2014, for the 2015 model year, the Kijang Innova was updated again with the redesigned wheels exclusive to the G, V and Luxury trims (also used on the E trim in some export markets), while the previous wheels used on the 2012-2014 model V trim were installed on the E trim; the Luxury trims were received a redesigned rear bumper. All 2015 models received a new darker Silver Metallic color option.
In India, the Innova is available with twelve variants. Three variants of the Innova come with a petrol engine option which is powered by a 1,998 cc, 1TR-FE, petrol, inline four-cylinder petrol engine with electronic fuel injection; the diesel variants of the Innova are powered by 2,494 cc, 2KD-FTV diesel with intercooler and turbocharger four-cylinder engine. In 2012, Toyota Bharat introduced a new grade "Z" in India which is placed above the VX grade—making it the most expensive trim in the entire line up; the available grades are E, G, GX, VX and Z.
The first generation Innova received an update for the Indian market in 2015. With this update, all variants gained dual airbags and there were cosmetic changes such as the inclusion of dark grey two-tone alloy wheels, wood finished steering wheel, redesigned leather seats, and a new oak interior colour. Rear HVAC outlets were also specified as standard as part of this update.
Sold as the Kijang Innova, trim levels are J Business, J, E, G and V, as well as G Luxury and V Luxury.
This generation has been facelifted three times:
- 2008: Changed front bumper and grille design, rear lamps and bumpers, and redesigned the wheels (V trim only, G trim use the wheels from the pre-facelift V trim). Two-tone interior color (grey and beige) is now a standard; the E trim received double blower AC.
- 2011: Changed front and rear fascia (such as lamps, bumpers and grille) and redesigned the wheels (V trim only, G trim use the wheels from the first facelift V trim). The E trim received alloy wheels (shared the same design with G trim), while the J trim received center caps; the steering wheel design is now changed. The center dashboard fascia has freshened design and add more features such as sat-nav, cameras, etc. A rear wiper is now a standard.
- 2013: Redesigned the front bumper, rear bumper and grille (is now larger, similar to Toyota Alphard) and added rear ornaments (not available for J trim). ABS, four-spoke steering wheel, rear blower and dual SRS airbags is now a standard. From 2014, the G and V trims, as well as the Luxury variants received two-tone wheel color and new aerokit. Interior color was changed to black and grey.
The Innova was launched on 27 May 2005 replacing the Toyota Unser; the Innova is currently offered in two variants: the 2.0E and the 2.0G. Either of them are powered by the 1TR-FE 2.0-liter engine with VVT-i. The powertrains available are either a five-speed manual or a four-speed automatic with ECT.
The Innova was introduced in 2005 to replace the Toyota Revo. Trim levels include the J, the E (mid-level model with power features, airbags, and only available with a diesel engine, but a petrol engine variant was added for MY 2008), the G (middle model with carry over features from the E trim but with leather seats and interiors), and the V (high end model, which was introduced in the last quarter of 2006 and only available with an automatic transmission, captains chairs on the middle row, and high end audio system), it is used as a taxicab by the Ninoy Aquino International Airport's coupon taxi companies, as a metered taxicab in Metro Manila and as a patrol vehicle by the Philippine National Police. An upgraded version of the Innova E trim was called the Sport Runner, it is only available with a 2.5-liter 2KD-FTV turbocharged diesel engine and was offered with either automatic or manual transmission. It was offered until early 2012 and in that same year, a facelifted version of the Innova was launched, featuring a redesigned front bumper, headlights, and taillights; the only difference is that the E trim offers Twilight Blue color. In early 2014, another facelifted version of the Innova was launched; a redesigned front bumper and tailgate were featured. An additional color, Dark Brown Metallic, was available in E, G and V trims; the V trim received GPS navigation. In June 2015, TMP offered a limited edition 1 Million Innova with GPS navigation, rear spoiler and 1 Million badge, and it has a special Jade Green Metallic exterior color.
The Innova is produced locally and was the first product of Toyota Motor Vietnam (TMV), introduced in January 2006, it is a commonly used as a taxi in Vietnam.
Second generation (AN140; 2015–present)
|Second generation (AN140)|
2017 Toyota Kijang Innova 2.0 G (TGN140R, Indonesia)
|Production||November 2015 – present|
|Designer||Hiroki Nakajima (2013)|
|Body and chassis|
|Wheelbase||2,750 mm (108.3 in)|
|Length||4,735 mm (186.4 in)|
|Width||1,830 mm (72.0 in)|
|Height||1,795 mm (70.7 in)|
The second generation Innova or sixth generation Kijang, the AN140 series, was launched on 23 November 2015 in Jakarta, Indonesia; the new series is a completely new vehicle with a new platform and new diesel engines. The 2.0-liter and 2.7-liter petrol engines are carried over from the previous model, while the 2.4-liter and 2.8-liter diesel engines are completely new. The available transmission options are five-speed manual and six-speed automatic.
The AN140 is produced in Indonesia and other locations.
|2.0 L 1TR-FE||2015-||1,998 cc (121.9 cu in) I4||139 PS (102 kW; 137 hp)||190 N⋅m (140 lb⋅ft)|
|2.7 L 2TR-FE||2016-||2,693 cc (164.3 cu in) I4||164 PS (121 kW; 162 hp)||246 N⋅m (181 lb⋅ft)|
|2.4 L 2GD-FTV||2015-||2,393 cc (146.0 cu in) turbocharged I4||149 PS (110 kW; 147 hp)||253 lb⋅ft (343 N⋅m)|
|2.8 L 1GD-FTV||2016-||2,755 cc (168.1 cu in) turbocharged I4||177 PS (130 kW; 175 hp)||266 lb⋅ft (361 N⋅m)|
For the Indian market, Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) showcased the second generation Innova at Auto Expo in February 2016. Called the Innova Crysta, the all-new model of the car was launched in May 2016. Exclusive for this model is a 2.8-liter 1GD-FTV inline-four turbo diesel engine producing 132 kW (177 hp) and 266 lb⋅ft (360 N⋅m). Features include cruise control, leather seats, powered seats and a powered boot lid; the Innova launched in May 2016 as with two diesel engine options: the 2.8-liter 1GD-FTV diesel and the 2.4-liter 2GD-FTV diesel. The 2.8-liter "1GD-FTV" gets the six-speed automatic transmission with sequential shift while the 2.4-liter "2GD-FTV" gets the five-speed manual transmission. In August 2016 Toyota Bharat launched the petrol powered Innova Crysta with a 2.7 Litre 2TR-FE petrol I4 engine producing 160 hp (120 kW) and 181 lbf·ft (246 N·m). The petrol engine is mated with either a 5-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic transmission with sequential shift according to different trim levels.
The Indian specification AN140 employs a double wishbone suspension with coil springs and stabilizer up front and a four-link with coil spring and lateral road suspension at the rear; the low end variants ride on 16-inch wheels, while the top-end variant receives 17-inch wheels.
Trim levels are G, V and Z; the Z trim is the highest and most expensive trim level. In 2018, Toyota launched the Innova Touring Sport based on the Innova Venturer and was updated with 6-speed manual transmission with iMT; as of 2019, the Touring Sport is the top-of-the-line trim level in the Indian lineup of Innova.
Trim levels of the Indonesian market Kijang Innova are the base G, the mid-level V and the top-of-the-line Q trim; the J and E trims were discontinued due to low demand.
The G and V trims are equipped with standard halogen headlamps with reflector, while the Q trim has LED projector headlamps and LED daytime running lights. All trim levels are equipped with 16-inch alloy wheels as standard. Only the 2.4 Q has 17-inch alloy wheels. Outer mirror with turning signals is available as standard feature. Optional body kit is available for all trim levels.
All trim levels have multi information display (monochrome for G and TFT screen for V and Q), parking camera, driving mode selector (Eco & Power mode), triple blower air conditioning, steering-mounted audio control, 6 speakers, chilled glove box and a tilt-telescopic steering system as standard; the G trim has a 2 DIN audio system with 7-inch touchscreen monitor, while the V and Q trims are equipped with 8-inch monitor. All trim levels are capable to play MP3, MP4, DVD and WMA. SD card reader, USB port, AUX in, Bluetooth and voice command are available as standard. V and Q audio systems are enhanced with Miracast, DLNA, Wi-Fi, internet browser, Toyota Move application and GPS navigation system. Automatic single zone climate control AC is available as standard for V and Q trims; the G and V trims has copper brown interior color with faux aluminium panel, while the Q trim has full black interior color, wood panel and captain seats as standard. The start-stop engine button and follow me home function are only available in the Q trim; the Q diesel trim exclusively provides emergency brake signal, vehicle stability control and hill-start assist. These features are not present in the Q petrol.
The 2.4-liter 2GD-FTV diesel engine generates 149 PS (110 kW) and 36.7 kg⋅m (360 N⋅m) of torque when mated to the six-speed automatic transmission and 34.9 kg⋅m (342 N⋅m) of torque when mated to the five-speed manual.
The top-of-the-line variant of the Kijang Innova, called the Venturer, was launched in Indonesia on 16 January 2017, together with the facelifted Corolla Altis. It replaced the discontinued Q diesel trim; the "Venturer" trim is equipped with black leather seats, wheel arch moulding, black front bumper spoiler with chrome plating, front grille ornament, side skirt with chrome plating, black painted grille, rear door garnish, rear bumper spoiler and black 17" alloys. The "Venturer" also has the special colour "red mica metallic".
On 10 August 2017, the updated "Kijang Innova" exchanges the plastic grille ornament with a chrome grille ornament on the G trim; the V trim received LED projector headlamps. Both Q trim and Venturer received an 8-inch rear monitor and auto folding outer mirror, with the 2.0 Q trim received 17" alloy wheels from the discontinued Q diesel trim. This updated Kijang Innova was introduced at the 25th Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show.
On 2 August 2018, the petrol engine on the Kijang Innova was updated again to comply with the Euro 4 emission standards. Along with the updated petrol engine, the G trim received an 8-inch monitor that was previously installed on the V trim, while the V trim received an 8-inch rear monitor and the same 8-inch monitor that is also installed on the Q trim and Venturer; this was introduced during the 26th Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show.
The AN140 was launched in Malaysia on 5 December 2016, it is assembled by UMW Toyota Motor at its Shah Alam facility in Malaysia. It is available in E and G trim levels. In September 2017, UMW Toyota announced a new variant, the 2.0X to become the range-topper in the Innova line-up with addition of LED headlights, larger alloy wheels, seven-seater rather than an eight with leather upholstery and six-way powered driver's seat.
The second generation Innova (AN140) was launched in the Philippine market on 26 February 2016. Standard trim levels include the base J, the mid-level E, the higher-spec G and the top-of-the-line V. A special variant called the Touring Sport is also available.
All trim levels are powered by a 2.8-liter 1GD-FTV turbocharged four cylinder diesel engine, rated at 171 PS (126 kW) and 360 N⋅m (270 lb⋅ft) of torque (which replaced the old 2KD-FTV), or a 2.0-liter 1TR-FE naturally-aspirated four cylinder petrol engine with 136 PS (100 kW) and 183 N⋅m (135 lb⋅ft) of torque, mated to either a 5-speed manual or a new 6-speed automatic transmission with sequential shift. It also gets power and economy modes as new features; the base J trim up to the G trim comes equipped with standard halogen headlamps and keyless entry (smoked halogen headlamps on the Touring Sport), while the V trim gets LED projector headlamps and LED daytime running lights and captain seats, as well as a push engine start/stop button. A 2-DIN audio system is standard on the J and E trims, while the Touring Sport, G and V trims features a 7" touchscreen infotainment system with navigation; the J trim is equipped with 16-inch steel wheels with hub caps while the E and G trims gets a 16-inch 5 spoke alloy wheels, the V trim gets 17-inch wheels, while the Touring Sport gets the same wheels size and design from the E and G trims but with a color black schemed design.
Saudi Arabia and UAE
Al Futtaim Motors, the distributor of Toyota in UAE, launched the AN140 on 6 April 2016; the UAE-specification is powered by the 2.7-liter 2TR-FE engine producing 122 kW (164 hp) and 180 lb⋅ft (250 N⋅m) of torque. It is available exclusively with the six-speed automatic transmission.
The AN140 is marketed in Thailand as the Innova Crysta; the trim levels are 2.0E, 2.8G Diesel, and 2.8V Diesel.
On 18 July 2016, the AN140 Innova was launched in Vietnam and its powered by a 2.0 liter 1TR-FE as an only petrol engine option. It is produced in Vĩnh Phúc and is available in E, G and V trim levels.
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