|Innova Crysta Mileage Details|
|Diesel||City - 12.2 kmpl | Highway - 15.5 kmpl ||
|Petrol||City - 7.5 kmpl | Highway - 10.83 kmpl ||
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Toyota Innova Crysta Variants
- Indestructible build quality and its durability.
- Spacious, flexible and comfortable cabin.
- Powerful diesel engine with user selecting driving modes.
- Safety kits.
- Toyota’s excellent after- sales service.
- Low maintenance cost.
- Hefty price tag, 2-3 lakhs higher than its competitors.
- Top ZX variant is unavailable with middle row bench seat.
- Lower variant’s interior looks too basic
Toyota Innova Crysta • Price, Variants & Specifications
Toyota’s Innova is one of the best MPVs (Multi-Purpose Vehicle) that rules the Indian roads as well as the International quite a long time. Toyota started to explore the Indian roads with its Innova on 2004 onwards. After its successful cruise for a long time with nobody to compete on the road, it introduced three facelift models in the consecutive years. Now Toyota presents its all new Innova Crysta with a spottier look. The appearance and shape remain largely similar to the old one, but certain exterior features make it spottier. Crysta comes with a new chrome grille with dual slats, headlight with LED daytime running lamps, sculptured bumpers and new alloy wheels. As against the old one the interior also avails better quality leather seats with cushions, infotainment with touchscreen display. Overall, the new Crysta is longer by 150mm, wider by 65mm and taller by 35mm.
SPECIFICATION & VARIANTS
Totyota’s new Crysta comes in three variants G,V and Z. Not only that, there is Crysta Touring Sport edition in VX and ZX variants with Petrol and Diesel engines and have both automatic and manual transmission. 2.7 litre Petrol produces 166 PS of power and 245Nm of torque. The Petrol version has the automatic transmission as optional. Crysta has two Diesel engines in 2.4 litre and 2.8 litre both having 6 –speed automatic transmission. Diesel engines produce 149 PS and 174 PS of power respectively. The 7 seat MPV has the Length: 4735 mm, Width: 1830 mm, Height: 1795 mm and Wheelbase: 2750 mm.
CRYSTA TOURING SPORT
It is a bit expensive; the price starts from 22.15 lakhs (Delhi Ex-showroom). Comparing with its contemporary, there are some additions, smoke headlamps, bumper extensions and glossy black grille. All other features are the same as we have in Crysta ZX AT.
Crysta offers three operating modes, Eco mode, Normal mode and Power (PWR) mode. It improves fuel efficiency by imparting more/ less control on the request of power.
The exterior invites the attention with its spotty chrome grille, sculptured bumpers and new alloy wheels. It has adjustable headlights, Power adjustable exterior rear view mirror, Rear window wipers and smoke headlamps. The shark inspired roof tail makes it spottier.
The premium MPV comes with loaded features like automatic climate control, 8- way power adjustable driver seat, touchscreen infotainment with Bluetooth and navigation. It has the cruise control and rear parking sensors. There is the smart entry with push button start. New Crysta comes with dual glove box, in that the top one is cool. One of the remarkable differences is in the space in third row. There is more space than the predecessor provided. Now it is easy to enter into the third row as we can easily fold the second row with one hand. The second row passenger gets a table in the back of the front row seat.
New Crysta contains all the basic safety features like, ABS,EBD, ISOFIX, Dual front airbag and knee bag. Top Z variant gets 7 airbags, Vehicle stability control, Hill start assist and Brake assist.
Crysta competes with Mahindra Marasso, Tata Hexa, Maruti Ertiga, Mahindra XUV 5OO, Jeep Compass and Honda BR-V.