I did some quick searching on the Internet. They stopped making the Qualis in December, but there are thousands of these still out there. The Innova reminds me of an American Minivan from it's looks. Supposedly it is nicer, but there are about 4 different grades of this car probably from the most basic to the luxury. Just getting the "Innova" probably does not mean you are getting the top of the line luxury model, but most likely the bare basics model.
Here is something I copied from the internet on Qualis below. For the Innova, check out the Toyota site at: toyotabharat.com/inen/cars/innova/index.asp
Note:- Company has stopped manufacturing this model.
The Toyota Qualis brings along with it Toyota’s formidable reputation for reliability and value and brings great joy to the many that had to tolerate India’s poor existing range of utility vehicles that were unreliable, uncomfortable, and noisy and were hard to drive. The qualis is roughly the size of a Sumo with sensible clean lines and a big top-hinged rear hatch. The 175mm tyres are on smal 14 inch wheel rims that make city driving crisp and very easy but have enough clearance for rough roads.
The power plant is a well proven diesel fired 75 bhp 2446 cc L2 engine that provides smooth acceleration without the harsh noisiness of most diesels. With a big torque of fifteen point four kgm at 2400 rpm, it has a very snappy pick-up and will match the speed of most cars upto 90 kmph but can hit a top speed of 130.rance for the rough roads.
The Qualis is powered by a mighty, high-performance two point four litre diesel engine. Delivering a maximum power of 54 kw at 4200 rpm and maximum torque of 151 Nm at 2400 rpm, the 2.4 litre straight four-cylinder diesel engine guarantees smooth starts and powerful acceleration with a maximum speed of 130 km/hr. The Qualis delivers low fuel consumption, driving about eighteen point one two km/l and with a fuel-tank capacity of 53 litres. The best value as measured by ARAI is 50km/h, at a constant speed with the A/C off. In the Toyota Qualis, power and fuel economy are wholly compatible.
The dashboard looks like a luxury car and comes with imitation wood paneling on the deluxe GST version with big and well illuminated instruments. The seating arrangements of 8 or 10 seats are flexible in three different rows. The AC is very effective with a powerful 3-speed blower in the dash and the option of an extra roof-mounted blower unit. Aside from the usual blower unit it has hi and low buttons for extra cooling.
Toyota’s latest technology for passive safety includes a crushable zone also called the Crumple Zone. The front part of the body is designed to crumple so that it absorbs any impact, thereby protecting the cabin in which you and your family sit. Additionally, three-point ELR seatbelts are fitted as standard for the driver’s and front passenger’s seats. The Qualis also incorporates a variety of concepts to ensure the safety of you and your family at all times.
The Toyota Qualis’s simple and easy to change the seats into a variety of different arrangements to suit the diverse needs of your lifestyle. The Qualis-GS is also available in either an 8 or 10-passenger version.