1 pointIt absolutely makes sense to get this car here. But MSIL should price it sensibly. The Vitara will be a sensible product now if offered between 11-17 lacs OTR. If they try to portray this as a premium offering beyond the Creta, this is going to be a stillborn product. I wish they still bring back the Kizashi as a premium offering yet again. The earlier Vitara was also a very competitive offering but the time was not ripe for a product of that class. The SX4 was the car that was able to break the barriers of the Indian audience accepting a 10 lac Maruti and the Ciaz did it well too.
1 point7 Seat Wagon R OR extended wheel base Wagon R will make more sense atelast for India considering the way Wagon R is used by taxi operators as well as people who consider Wagon R fuel efficient . Adding more space will help to create space for luggage which is right now used by by CNG tank. Wagon R has created it's own niche in hatchback segment by projecting itself as very fuel efficient.
1 pointWell it would have been wonderful if Toyota would have brought Rush or RAV4 or similar compact SUVs to India. But I don't think they have any plan of doing so. Recently they made an agreement with Suzuki for cross badging their cars. in India. Breezza and Baleno will come to Toyota while Corolla goes to Suzuki. This will fill the void that Toyota currently has in India of a premium compact hatchback and SUV.