The last of the trio of facelifted IMV vehicles making their debut at the 2011 Indonesia International Motor Show is the Toyota Innova.
At first glance, the new facelifted front end reminds me of the current generation Toyota Camry facelift, thanks to the similar shape of the grille and the lower bumper air intakes.
The updates are quite minor at the rear – a redesigned tail lamp cluster with three sections instead of the current two section design and that’s pretty much it.
On the inside, the dashboard has been slightly redesigned. The wood no longer surrounds the central air cond outlets. Now there are just two slim vertical strips of wood that flanks the area which contains the entertainment and climate controls (both manual and auto available – see pic above). There’s also a redesigned steering wheel.
There are many more variants of the Innova in Indonesia as compared to Malaysia. We have the choice of a 2.0 litre petrol with an automatic G spec and both manual and auto E specs, but in Indonesia there are basic J, E, G, V, G Luxury and V Luxury specs, which even go so far as to add stuff like captain seats to the specs, allowing you to turn the Innova into an Alphard-like IMV.
Look after the jump for a full gallery of the Toyota Innova facelift.
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