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Toyota Innova Crysta Latest Updates

Toyota India has discontinued the Innova Crysta Touring Sport. It came with a 150PS 2.4-litre diesel and a 166PS 2.7-litre petrol engine with both manual and automatic transmissions. The Touring Sport featured sportier cosmetic elements on the outside and black interior upholstery.

The Toyota Innova rivals the Kia Carnival, Tata Hexa and Mahindra Marazzo.

Innova Crysta Specifications

The Toyota Innova Crysta has two BS6 engines on offer -- a 2.7-litre petrol and a 2.4-litre diesel. The petrol engine produces 166PS of power and 245Nm of torque, while the diesel makes 153PS and 343Nm. Both engines are offered with a 5-speed manual transmission as standard with the option of a 6-speed torque converter automatic.

Innova Crysta Variants

Two variants are on offer -- G and GX. Each variant is available in diesel and petrol, manual and automatic, and in 7-seater and 8-seater configurations. A diesel-manual only Leadership Edition variany is also available.

Innova Crysta Features

Exterior features include LED projector automatic headlamps, electrically adjustable and foldable outer rearview mirrors (ORVMs), and welcome lamps. Toyota also offers keyless entry, push-button start/stop, a touchscreen infotainment system with navigation, steering-mounted audio controls, one-touch tumble middle row seats, leather seats, and roof-mounted AC vents. The Innova is equipped with safety features such as 7 airbags, hill start assist, ABS, and stability control.

Toyota Innova Crysta Competitors

The Toyota Innova competes with mid-size SUVs. It’s closest MPV rivals are the Mahindra Marazzo, Tata Hexa, and Kia Carnival.

Toyota Innova Crysta Price

The price of Toyota Innova Crysta starts at Rs. To Be Announced and goes upto Rs. 20.89 Lakh. The price of petrol variant of Innova Crysta ranges between Rs. To Be Announced to Rs. 17.07 Lakh. The prices of Innova Crysta diesel variants start at Rs. To Be Announced and the top-end diesel is priced at Rs. 20.89 Lakh. Toyota Innova Crysta is available in 19 variants and 8 different colours.

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Innova Crysta Leadership Edition
13.68 Kmpl | Diesel | Manual
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Innova Crysta 2.7 ZX 7S AT
10.75 Kmpl | Petrol | Automatic
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13.68 Kmpl | Diesel | Manual
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Innova Crysta

Q. I want to exchange my Innova Crysta.
  • You can Exchange your Crysta with any car you want to. Just search on google the nearest dealership of that car company and You will get the contact information of the sales person who will provide you the details and conditions for it. If you want to exchange it with a used car, You can search the nearest Used car dealership in your city. But be careful with the valuation during exchange. Most of the times, You may get a value on your car less than what it deserves.
  • Exchange of a vehicle would depend on certain factors such as kilometres driven, physical condition, number of owners, etc. For detailed information and availability of the exchange offers, we would request you to please connect with the nearest authorized dealership as the offers may vary. Click on the given link and select your desired city for dealership details.
Q. I would like to purchase one Innova Crysta presently using a M&M Bolero. Can I Exchange it on purchase ? whats is the lowest emi ?
  • Toyota Innova Crysta is a brilliant three-row MPV with multiple engine options and loads of features to offer. As you are looking for exchange, we would suggest you to connect with the nearest authorized dealership as the offers may vary. Also, if you are considering taking a car loan, feel free to ask for quotes from multiple banks from the dealership itself. A lot of banks and lending authorities have tie-ups with dealers to offer you easy loan. Or, you can check with your own trusted bank and authorities in case they have a better loan plan to offer.Also, if you are planning to buy a new car on finance, then generally, 20 to 25 percent down payment is required on the ex-showroom price of a car. However, exact confirmation regarding EMI, down payment, interest, loan period and its procedure will be discussed by the bank only, as it depends upon an individual eligibility. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details,
Q. What about Alloy wheel problem in Innova Crysta? Has Toyota officials responded about Alloy breaking issue and Tyre burst issue?
  • 1. At 7000 km vibration issue, dealer inspected and informed both alloy wheel bend issue. Explained to dealer and TOYOTA team this is the casting Quality issue (Based on my 14 years’ experience in Aluminum Casting) but TOYOTA team not willing to accept dragged them 26 days. Finally changed the Alloy wheel and taken for delivery from dealer. Agreed to do the testing on the failed wheel by TOYOTA but not done . I received one failed wheel and tested with German lab result shows, wheels not meeting the specification and not modification not done properly in alloy wheel . TOYOTA refused to agree the test and simply dragged the issue. Please find attached test result and analysis report. 2. At 11000 Km once again faced the vibration issue. Dealer inspected and informed all the 4 tyre issue need replaced. Subsequently one of the failed wheel given for the testing with Germany Testing center (At Bangalore - India), test results not meeting the basic requirements (Please find attached the report). Shared the report details to TOYOTA team on 1st Sep-19 till date no feedback on the same (Find below communication). 3. To create the pressure on me and to take the delivery of my car TOYOTA appointed external agency to sent the legal letter and create the pressure on us to take the delivery from dealer. I sent man mail to all Vice Precedent Customer Care but no feedback. 4. This is the serious quality issue on the particular batch production (Alloy wheel) , need study and replace the same to avoid major fatal accident. TOYOTA believing the quality in document and not interested accept fro the test results and facts. Alloy wheel and tyres are most critical parts and safety related, multiple failure on the alloy wheel and Tyre creating the fear on us to drive the car with family. Need clear investigation and solution for my loss.
  • Yes, the tyre bursting issue had been stopped. I didn't hear about the tyre burst from anyone till now
  • Yes
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Q. Hi, Which is the best variant in Innova?
  • All the variants are same as per the specifications concern but it differs from the features and extra accessories. You can go with basic model and install the accessories from third party or buy from online and get it fixed with workshop much cheaper than the Showroom price , by doing so , u can save lotta money on it , instead buy As default. So think wisely and select your car .Basic model in auto diesel : GX7 2.8Basic model in manual petrol:GX7 2.4. But still , if u have any questions, check with the nearest dealer to find out .
  • Crysta has 3 variants with 2 engine options if u want manual u can go for "v" it is the second variant and has almost the same features as that of z. If u are looking for automatic variant u can probably go for "g" or "z" as both the variants have aut transmission option.
  • If you're opting for the manual and you're on a budget get the 2.4 V trim.Its the most value for money variant.In the automatic the 2.8 Z trim is the top trim but has some more features over the v trim.So if you are not on a budget you can get the z
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Q. What is the difference between GX and VX - Innova Crysta?
  • In GX variant the instrument cluster does not has that TFT screen and it has key to start and not the power start button. In Vx variant there is TFT screen and the key less start.Vx has the you shaped illuminated light which creates a good premium theme in the vehicle during the night
  • "V" variant gets smart key,projector headlights and fog lamps and has only manual transmission. whereas "G" variant does not have a smart key, no projector headlights, and no fog lamps and comes in auto and manual transmission as well
  • VX IS BASIC MODEL BUT GX IS ALMOST HAVE EVERY FEATURES OF ZX BUT FEW EXCEPTIONS
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Q. Which one is better xuv 500 or innova crysta?
  • As a car, the Crysta is way better in terms of drive quality, power, space and finishing. But it comes at a almost 3-5 lac dearer price tag. Crysta will also get you better second hand price post 3-5 years of ownership.... BUT.... nothing like the road presence of an XUV500. I have been following the car since its launch in 2012 but only now I feel like Mahindra got its drive quality right. XUV500 is super loaded in terms of features and cost a whole 3-5 lacs less at comparable models.. how I decided between the two was... when i get off the vehicle and hand the key to the valet guy.. the valet should love taking care of my beautiful car.. and you can make an Innova as premium as you want, the valet will always drive it like a van!
  • Xuv500 bro its features and safety and its looks bro i had a accident with my xuv a innova came at 40 to 50 kmph and crashed its front end into xuv500 backend and the xuv had minemal damage innova had some major damage front end was gone radiator was leaking and bumper and headlight was like gone only and the xuv also had a shelid behind but it directly at the bumper it had some scratches and one of the number plate lights fell but much part hit on the bumper and trunk
  • First of all thats a wrong conparison. First you should decide on, whether you want a mpv or suv. Crysta is an mpv and xuv is suv. Capabilities are totally different. Regarding performance, offroading and anywhere go xuv leads. Being a monocoque it offers a decent ride quality also. But second row ride is better with crysta than xuv. Crysta is a for overall comfort(all rows).In terms of safety, both are almost equal, but xuv is more tough and stable on road and offroad.. Mileage also, xuv leads by some 2kmpl or so. Engine life, both are heavy duty engines. Both have a similar maintenance cost too..Now, regarding resale value, crysta has got more resale value than xuv, thanks to toyota brand name.
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Editor's View of Toyota Innova Crysta

  • Upside

    Three efficient and reliable powertrains to choose from, solid build quality, loaded with segment-first premium features

  • Downside

    Quite expensive, not easy to manoeuvre in the city, very short service interval of 5,000km

  • Our Verdict

    The Toyota Innova Crysta carries on from where the older car left off – at the top. Toyota has made the MPV more stylish and more luxurious than ever before – and has gone all out with the engine and transmission options. The Innova Crysta now caters to a whole new segment of buyers – those looking for a premium car which can seat 7/8 people but will not drain their wallets in the long run.


Innova Crysta Detailed Review

We’ve all owned a Toyota Innova at some point of time in life… some even for a couple of hours for that trip to the station or airport. Not surprisingly, there are over 6 lakh Toyota Innovas plying around in our country, making it India’s favourite MPV. This despite the fact that in the last 11 years of its existence, Toyota has given it a major up makeover.

So it’s about time Toyota takes the MPV game to the next level with the brand new Innova Crysta. With the new upmarket model, Toyota is not just aiming at premium car buyers but is also hoping to be the upgrade car for the vast Innova owners of India.

Toyota Innova Crysta front design

Design: rating_3.5_rating

As we had seen at the 2016 Auto Expo, the Innova Crysta is longer, wider and taller than before. There's even a glimpse of the new Corolla Altis and Camry. Giving it a distinct face is a massive hexagonal grille and these chrome slats that merge with the double-barrel headlamps.

Wide shoulder and narrow waist - these sharp creases that fade away towards the end like an artist’s brush stroke. Smaller details like these aero-stability wings improve high-speed stability, and higher variants come with a set of good looking 17-inch wheels.

The last set of glass window near the D pillar is razor sharp, giving the side profile a distinct look. Just like the saber-tooth inspire taillights do to the rear design. The Innova has more road presence now and makes a stronger statement. But maybe, just maybe there is an overdose of bling for some, which might divide opinions about its design.

Toyota Innova Crysta cabin design and dashboard

Interior: rating_4_rating

As you get in the car, the interiors will wow you! New materials, colour combination and multiple layers make you realize how drab the older one was.

There’s ambient lighting, dual zone climate control and 7-inch audio system with navigation. Toyota terms it to be the most feature packed MPV on sale in the country. The driver’s seat is large and well bolstered, making it apt for long distance touring.

In higher variants the driver's seat can be electrically adjusted, and there’s a meaty leather wrapped steering wheel with plenty of controls and a separate stalk for cruise control… but thankfully ABS, EBD, Brake Assist and airbags come as standard in all variants.

Driver information display of Toyota Innova Crysta

The AC vents are higher up, while the rest of the buttons and infotainment system are positioned conveniently, within reach. The new touch screen acts like a display for the rear camera and also has tons of features, fuel economy calculator and trip meter. We wish the touch could have been more intuitive and rear camera display to be a tad sharper.

The soft top of the dashboard feels great, faux wood tries to add a premium touch, while the shiny hard plastic at the bottom looks out of place in this otherwise fancy cabin.

Toyota Innova Crysta 7 inch touch screen display

Features: rating_4_rating

Plenty of smart engineering make the Crysta’s cabin ideal for long drives. So, you get cooled glove-box, a couple of cup-holders that slide out in front of the AC vents to keep them cool, and no less than 20 bottle-holders! Surprisingly, for a cabin this smart there’s just one USB charger and 12v power output socket.

Open the rear doors and you’ll be welcomed by faux wood trims on the door panel, which missing is on the front doors. The seats are a lot more comfortable and seem to be borrowed from a premium sedan. Clearly the focus has now shifted to the rear seats, where majority Innova owners sit.

Back seat with folding tray in Toyota Innova Crysta

There’s a foldable table and a button to slide forward the front seats even from the second row. Jutting out of the ceiling are the climate control rear coolers surrounded by ambient lighting. This definitely is the best seat to be in.

One of the biggest improvement has to be the 1-touch-tumble second row which is just so easy to use. The Crysta is larger than the Innova, but the wheelbase hasn’t changed. So, the cabin space is pretty much the same as before. Inspired by aeroplane seats, Toyota has used new-age foam which is sleeker, offers good support and carves out more room in the cabin. Which can be seen on the third row. Although you have to be seated in a squat-like position, it’s better than most other MPVs available in India. Interestingly, all 7 passengers get 3-point seatbelts, including the third row occupants.

Toyota Innova Crysta luggage space and third row seats

The slit third row can be folded individually with equal ease to create space for luggage. And another premium touch is the easy close boot lid, which doesn’t need to be slammed down like other MPVs.

Toyota Innova Crysta India review of new diesel engine

Engine: rating_3.5_rating

Toyota has brought entirely new engine options on the Innova Crysta. We started with the 2.4-litre diesel motor which is offered with a 5-speed manual gearbox. In-spite of being smaller than the older 2.5-litre engine, the modern four cylinder turbocharged motor has more grunt and is also more frugal. But like the older engine feels not very refined. Just notice the gear lever do the Shake while cranking up the MPV.

Once in motion it settles down and has good mid- and top-end power. Rev it harder and the motor gets audible and stressed, forcing you to shift to the next gear before reaching the redline. At 149PS, it produces a stunning 49PS more than the outgoing Innova which is evident right from the word go. There is more than ample torque at 343Nm which comes handy while over taking other cars, even when the Crysta is packed to the brim with passengers and luggage.

Innova Crysta comes with a all new 2.4 litre diesel engine

But the clutch still has a long travel… a compromise you pay for durability. The gear stick is shorter and more car like now, but an averagely built Indian will have to stretch a little to reach the gear-knob when it was slotted in third.

The 5-speed manual gearbox has better spread ratios now, which means you can quickly shift to fifth and cruise on the highway. Having said that, having a sixth gear would have kept the engine even less strained during long distance journey.

Toyota engineers spoke about improved sound insulation, but still there is a fair amount of road and engine noise which can be heard within the cabin… yes, even with the windows up. You also get 3 driving modes – Normal, Eco and Power. As the names suggest, Power has the best accelerator response, Eco can squeeze maximum out of a litre of fuel and normal gives you best of both.

Driving the new Toyota Innova Crysta

The other engine option is for those looking for more convenience and opulence. This is also a brand new motor - a 2.8-litre turbocharger with a 6-speed automatic transmission. Currently this is the second MPV, after the Maruti Ertiga, to come with an automatic option in India.

After a long day of driving and photoshoot, we couldn’t have asked for anything better - driving back in this automatic car, through the busy streets of Goa. With 174PS power on the tap, it really quick off the line and feels quite spirited for an automatic car. There a massive 360Nm of toque which starts to flow really early in the rev range giving the Crysta automatic creamy power deliver. There’s hardly any turbo-lag and the gearshifts are linear, making it perfect for city use.

New steering wheel of the Toyota Innova Crysta

There are no paddle shifters on the steering wheel, but you can still control the gears using the manual mode on the gear lever. It’s not as engaging to drive as the manual, but way more effortless.

Toyota Innova Crysta has robust ride quality

Ride and Handling: rating_4.0_rating

Similar to the older Innova, the Crysta employs a ladder on frame chassis, so don’t expect monocoque like dynamics. But use of rigid - high tensile steel has kept a check on the weight. This setup along with larger rear shoc absorbers make the Crysta iron through even crater like roads. The ride quality for a MPV of this size is seriously impressive and the biggest strength going by the road conditions we encounter everyday. The suspension almost never bottoms out, and goes over rumblers and spead breaker as it they never existed.

It’s a big car and the steering feels heavy specially while taking a U-turn. This is probably to keep the steering communicative and fairly direct, but at higher speed it becomes both lighter and inconsistent. Moreover, it still has evident body-roll though the engineers have tried to control the sip like pitching movement to certain extent. Obviously, smaller MPVs available in India feel more nimble and agile, but the Innova Crysta is clearly more composed and sure footed.

Toyota Innova Crysta side profile

Price: rating_3.5_rating

Despite of being a rear wheel drive and powered by a massive engine the Innova Crysta doesn’t attempt to be the most fun car you’ve ever driven – but it delivers the promise of comfort, convenience and peace of mind. On top of that it’s makes the old car look like 80’s suitcase, has more features than a Swiss army knife. With all these additional features and styling, the new Innova Crysta demands a premium over the older model. So the base variant of Toyota Innova Crysta starts at Rs 13.84 lakh, while the top-end trim costs Rs 20.78 lakh (Ex-showroom, Mumbai).

2016 Toyota Innova Crysta review

Verdict: rating_4.0_rating

About 11 years ago, when the Innova was first introduced in India, car buyers were wary and wondered why a great car like the Qualis has been replaced by this? But with time the same people made the Innova the top selling MPV of India. Over the years the price of Innova kept increasing but the sales charts showed no signs of slowing down.

We won’t be surprised if people react the same way with the new Innova, and hopefully the new Crysta will carry forward the legacy of being another bulletproof product from Toyota. The other problem is that in spite of so many new MPVs flooding the Indian market, none are as well rounded product as the Toyota. So, there is very little competition that can stop the Innova from dominating the market in the near future too.

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Toyota Innova Crysta Mileage

The mileage of Toyota Innova Crysta ranges from 10.75 Kmpl to 13.68 Kmpl. The claimed ARAI mileage of Innova Crysta Petrol Manual is 11.25 Kmpl and for the Innova Crysta Diesel Manual is 13.68 Kmpl. In automatic, the claimed ARAI mileage of Innova Crysta Petrol is 10.75 Kmpl and for the Innova Crysta Diesel is 13.68 Kmpl.
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Toyota Innova Crysta User Reviews

4.4 /5
873 reviews
  • Safety
    4.5/5
  • Features & Styling
    4.5/5
  • Comfort
    4.7/5
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  • Performance
    4.6/5
  • Maintenance Cost
    4.0/5
  • Mileage
    3.8/5

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  • 4.8

    Best car as per power and saftey and luxury and the comfort leves of the vehical is asowm as best prefered car

  • 4.3

    It is only better xuv to go with family in our indian roads.Maximum and important safety features available.Best price in this sector.Good service.Long life of its engine.

  • 4.7

    Crysta.It is too damn expensive but i liked it.Travelled in 2.4gx and 2.4zx.It feels so comfortable except for 3rd row seats which pains for adult.It is okay but not good, Replace the middle row head rest with smaller headrest(in height, Used in older innovas, Aftermarket ) so it gives a better view of front rather than just seeing the back of the headrest entire journey for those sitting in 3rd row seat.Its brakes are very effective and runs like a leopard on highways on power mode.It's so comfortable sometimes it made me feel lazy in it.It's a bit of a task to drive it in cities but there's a solution, Many people have fit external mirrors on the left end part on the good of crysta, Some have even fit those on both ends, Which gave a clear view and a lot better judgement than before and since then it's easy to drive in cities.Car drives very smoothly and less claustrophobic as compared to ertiga and innova (discontinued model) and xuv500.Mileage got on 2.4 variants is 14 sometimes 13.5 kmpl on highways and in city it gave around 11.Crysta has a better ground clearance than innova.Just because of its soft suspensions it's not advisable to drive roughly on broken roads unlike scorpio or bolero or qualis or tavera or old innova.For rough usage you need to harden it's suspensions.Thats my experience on crysta.:-d.

  • 4.7

    This car is my family favourite

  • 5.0

    Perfect car with fully featured interior and exterior. Comfortable in driving for long route. Overall safe car.

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  • 4.7

    Crysta.It is too damn expensive but i liked it.Travelled in 2.4gx and 2.4zx.It feels so comfortable except for 3rd row seats which pains for adult.It is okay but not good, Replace the middle row head rest with smaller headrest(in height, Used in older innovas, Aftermarket ) so it gives a better view of front rather than just seeing the back of the headrest entire journey for those sitting in 3rd row seat.Its brakes are very effective and runs like a leopard on highways on power mode.It's so comfortable sometimes it made me feel lazy in it.It's a bit of a task to drive it in cities but there's a solution, Many people have fit external mirrors on the left end part on the good of crysta, Some have even fit those on both ends, Which gave a clear view and a lot better judgement than before and since then it's easy to drive in cities.Car drives very smoothly and less claustrophobic as compared to ertiga and innova (discontinued model) and xuv500.Mileage got on 2.4 variants is 14 sometimes 13.5 kmpl on highways and in city it gave around 11.Crysta has a better ground clearance than innova.Just because of its soft suspensions it's not advisable to drive roughly on broken roads unlike scorpio or bolero or qualis or tavera or old innova.For rough usage you need to harden it's suspensions.Thats my experience on crysta.:-d.

  • 1.3

    While running back to Trivandrum from Velankanni, on 2-6-19 morning the right rear tyre blast on East cost high way which is a very smooth and clean road. The tyre is 16" Apollo make. My vehicle has completed below 8000 km and purchased in July 2017. At the time of purchase I have pointed out the tyre blast issue of Crysta and the company people told that it was because of 17" tyre and they have modified the same with 16" and the issue was resolved. However, Crysta is still showing the tyre blast problem. The tyre was with correct air pressure and looks like new. The road was very clean and the driving speed was 100-110km/ hr. I am very much convinced that it was not because of any external factors like stone, nail, rough road etc. The company service people inspected the tyre and sent the photos to Apollo's opinion. Now Apollo says a diplomatic answer that it is happened due to the running with low tyre pressure ! I am a Scientist Engineer1working in ISRO Trivandrum. Still, the blasted tyre is with Toyota and waiting for their decision.

  • 1.0

    I bought Toyota Innova Crysta 2.8G On 20 August 2018 from Globe Toyota Kaithal (HR) after ten days a new model of Innova was launched and discontinued that model which is given to me. Innova which is given to me is absolete within 10days. And as we know old models are sold to customers on discounted prices but globe Toyota Kaithal did a fraud with me they sold me old model at full prices .Today I went to globe Toyota at 12 30 pm all the staff members were there I talked about my problems the manager Sushil Kumar told me come to me 4 pm I said ok I went there and he didn’t gave me response and he even dint listen to my problem he misbehaved with me . These people are so pathetic in fact I think they are not educated they don’t know how to talk to their Consumer. I am so surprised to see people who are running Toyota’s agency.

  • 4.7

    Awesome car very comfortable for riding log drive with our family.Interior of car is Fabulous, Awesome very informative and dashing .Overall exterior look of car is eye-catching ❣️.Only tire size is slightly small for off road riding.I got mileage 12kmpl and on road long drive I have 13 to 14 kmpl mileage it's very very good.

  • 4.7

    unlike the older Vehicles , Crysta ownership has been far from hassle free. That doesn"t mean its a bad car, it"s fun to drive and the engine is zippy. There are some niggles and the parts are a little on the expensive side. Eg; The tires are expensive - one costs about 10-11k , also Toyota could have added more features like LED brake lamps,auto dimming IRVM, Rain sensing wipers, 360 deg camera (available as an 24,000/- option). over all a great car. Safety is 1st as it has 7 Airbags, ABS, EBD, brake assist, ESP, traction control, Hill hold assist. Brakes do a fabulous job of stopping the 1.8 ton vehicle.

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Toyota Innova Crysta Colours

  • Wildfire Red With Attitude Black
  • White Pearl Crystal Shine With Attitude Black
  • White Pearl Crystal Shine
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  • Garnet Red
  • Avant Garde Bronze

Toyota Innova Crysta Service Cost

The estimated service cost for Toyota Innova Crysta
Diesel (5 years) Rs. 26,067
Petrol (5 years) Rs. 17,556
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Toyota Innova Crysta FAQs

What is the price of Toyota Innova Crysta Top Variant?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Toyota Innova Crysta is 20.89 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the mileage of Toyota Innova Crysta?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Toyota Innova Crysta is 11.25 - 13.68 Kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of Innova Crysta.

What is the EMI of Toyota Innova Crysta in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Toyota Innova Crysta in Delhi is Rs. 30,390 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Toyota Innova Crysta?

The top 3 competitors of Toyota Innova Crysta are Kia Carnival, Maruti Ertiga and Toyota Fortuner.

What is the boot space in Toyota Innova Crysta?

The boot space in Toyota Innova Crysta is 300 L. View full specification of Innova Crysta

What is the ground clearance of Toyota Innova Crysta?

The ground clearance of Toyota Innova Crysta is 178 mm.

What are the best financing options for Toyota Innova Crysta?

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