The value of money variant in Toyota Innova Crysta is GX under which all the necessities are duly taken care covering the good in class interiors and safety features like 3 Airbags, ABS with EBD, Brake Assist and ISOFIX Mounts.
| 8 months ago
The manual would be better as the engine is very powerful and you get the feel of driving a SUV
| 9 months ago
Manual is better, cz it gives better mileage and also gives good performance
Definitely manual has low maintenance. mileage for mt in highway is 14-15 kmpl while in city it gives 12-13 kmpl. for automatic you can get highest of 12. i have manual so i do not have any idea of automatic despite mileage. but manual would be best.
| 1 year ago
My opinion is that you buy the mid variant (Vx model) and I prefer to buy the diesel manual having a garnet red color
Toyota Innova Crysta automatic delivers claimed mileage of 10.75 kmpl and 11.36 kmpl for petrol and diesel respectively. Although, actual mileage can be different according to the driving style and road conditions. 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. 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. 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. 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. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test drive in order to clear your all doubts. Click on the given link to get your nearest dealership details: https://www.zigwheels.com/dealers
| 2 months ago
Yes, definitely. He wouldn't feel it like a load to drive such a long vehicle. He would enjoy driving the car
If you'll be driving more in heavy city traffic then we suggest you to opt for Automatic Transmission which are easier to use and more comfortable for the driver, while Manual Transmission vehicles are less expensive more involved & are more fun to drive on highways.
| 1 year ago
Depends on your trips, city wise manual is good, if you go for long trips go for automatic Harish
Its 2.8-litre diesel engine and 2.7 L petrol engine is mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission (AT). Its 2.8 L diesel engine churns out the maximum power of 171.5bhp and a peak torque of 360Nm whereas with 2.7 L petrol engine it produces 163.7bhp/245Nm.