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Toyota Innova crysta
₹ 13,72,800 - 20,93,300

CarHunt Ratings  7.4/10

Pros
  • Low maintenance, hence strong resale value
  • Safety kit and gadgetry
  • Powerful engines & comfortable cruiser
Cons
  • Higher variants are pricey
  • Long waiting period
  • Rear quarter glass looks quirky

Innova crysta

Wrapup

 With Innova Crysta, Toyota has moved the game forward and how! Impressive motors, availability of auto gearbox, higher quality interiors that are segment best and dynamics which are even more mature. Priced at a premium, it's loaded with features and safety kit. A winner on Toyota's hand.  

CarHunt Ratings

Overall  7.4/10

  • Ride Handing

    Ride & Handing

    7.5

  • Ride Handing

    Fuel Efficiency

    6

  • Ride Handing

    Engine & Gearbox

    7.5

  • Ride Handing

    Asking Price

    5.5

  • Ride Handing

    Comfort

    8

  • Ride Handing

    Resale Value

    8.5

  • Ride Handing

    Safety

    7.5

  • Ride Handing

    Maintenance

    7.5

  • Ride Handing

    Ergonomics

    8

  • Ride Handing

    Looks

    7.5

Highlights

Price Range
  • Base (P)

     13,72,800

  • Top (P)

     19,62,300

  • Base (D)

     14,84,800

  • Top (D)

     20,93,300

Variants
  • Petrol

    0

  • Diesel

    5

  • CNG/LPG

    0

  • Total

    5

Fuel Efficiency
  • Petrol MT

    NA 

  • Diesel MT

    14.29 kmpl 

  • Petrol AT

    NA 

  • Diesel AT

    15.10 kmpl 

Car Life Cycle
  • Launch Year

    2015

  • 1st Gen

    2004

  • Current Gen

    2nd

  • Last Updated

    NA

  • Next Gen

    NA

Variant(s) to go for
Warranty
  • 3 years

  • 1,00,000 kms

The X Factor

Review in progress!

Bizarre

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Background

Review in progress!

On The Road Prices

Quick Review

One glance at Innova Crysta will suffice that it's different than its predecessor, yet has its overall profile of a people mover, albeit a premium one. Though launched in 2005 and had a very successful run for over a decade, Toyota kept on refreshing the car and adding features to keep it contemporary. Innova Crysta took off from where first generation Innova left, literally. It has grown in every dimension and now looks modern, upmarket MPV. Clearly, Toyota has targeted more on private car owners than cab market to maintain the upscale premium image brand has earned.  Walk to the car and what stands out is the front end. Headlights house the dual lamp set up, important for those drives at night where illumination is scarce. A large hexagonal grille dominates front end, with two slats that converge well with large headlights. Turn indicators are now housed along with front fog lamps. LED projector lights with guidance lamp are available on the middle and top end variants enhancing the visual appeal of the MPV. The A-pillar has a similarity with outgoing model, but only improved upon it. Viewed from side, the overall stance and design give it sharp and more youthful appearance. With welcome(spot) lights its looks more sublime when gazed upon. The rear end is where the things start looking a bit bland, especially after impressive large front end and smart creases which break the visual bulk. Though it's improved over the car it replaces, the rear end does shout Van from aesthetic point of view. Overall, the car looks more mature, sharper styling that makes it one of the better looking people mover in the country. Alloy wheels are standard across the range, top end variant gets 17” rims whereas the other variants are shod with 16”. Interestingly, the spare wheel is a full size alloy. Shark-Fin antenna is an improvement over older model’s pull type one.

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