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Toyota Innova CrystaToyota Innova Crysta is a 7 seater muv available in a price range of Rs. 15.36 - 23.02 Lakh*. It is available in 19 variants, 2 engine options that are BS6 compliant and 2 transmission options: Manual and Automatic. Other key specifications of the Innova Crysta include a kerb weight of 1855kg and boot space of 300 Liters. The Innova Crysta is available in 8 colours. Over 615 User reviews basis Mileage, Performance, Price and overall experience of users for Toyota Innova Crysta.

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Key Specs of Toyota Innova Crysta

Mileage (upto)13.68 kmpl
Engine (upto)2694 cc
BHP163.7
TransmissionManual/Automatic
Seats7
Service CostRs.5,213/yr
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Toyota Innova Crysta price list (Variants)

2.7 GX MT2694 cc, Manual, Petrol, 11.25 kmplRs.15.36 Lakh*
2.7 GX MT 8 STR2694 cc, Manual, Petrol, 11.25 kmplRs.15.41 Lakh*
2.4 G MT2393 cc, Manual, Diesel, 13.68 kmpl
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Rs.16.14 Lakh*
2.4 G MT 8 STR2393 cc, Manual, Diesel, 13.68 kmplRs.16.19 Lakh*
2.7 GX AT2694 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 10.75 kmplRs.16.58 Lakh*
2.7 GX AT 8 STR2694 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 10.75 kmplRs.16.63 Lakh*
2.4 G Plus MT2393 cc, Manual, Diesel, 13.68 kmplRs.16.79 Lakh*
2.4 G Plus MT 8 STR2393 cc, Manual, Diesel, 13.68 kmplRs.16.84 Lakh*
2.4 GX MT2393 cc, Manual, Diesel, 13.68 kmplRs.17.17 Lakh*
2.4 GX MT 8 STR2393 cc, Manual, Diesel, 13.68 kmplRs.17.22 Lakh*
2.4 GX AT2393 cc, Automatic, Diesel, 13.68 kmplRs.18.17 Lakh*
2.4 GX AT 8 STR2393 cc, Automatic, Diesel, 13.68 kmplRs.18.22 Lakh*
2.7 VX MT2694 cc, Manual, Petrol, 11.25 kmplRs.18.7 Lakh*
2.4 VX MT2393 cc, Manual, Diesel, 13.68 kmplRs.20.59 Lakh*
2.4 VX MT 8 STR2393 cc, Manual, Diesel, 13.68 kmplRs.20.64 Lakh*
Leadership Edition2393 cc, Manual, Diesel, 13.68 kmplRs.21.21 Lakh*
2.4 ZX MT2393 cc, Manual, Diesel, 13.68 kmplRs.22.13 Lakh*
2.7 ZX AT2694 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 10.75 kmpl
Top Selling
Rs.23.02 Lakh*
2.4 ZX AT2393 cc, Automatic, Diesel, 13.68 kmplRs.23.02 Lakh*
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Innova Crysta Latest Update

Latest Update: Toyota has launched the Innova Crysta Leadership Edition.

Toyota Innova Crysta Price and Variant: Prices of the BS6 Toyota Innova Crysta start from Rs 15.36 lakh and go up to Rs 23.02 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The Toyota Innova Crysta is available in five variants: G, G Plus, GX, VX, and ZX. The Innova Crysta Leadership Edition is based on the VX variant. It is priced at Rs 21.21 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

Toyota Innova Crysta Engine Options: The Innova Crysta will be available with two engine options in the BS6 era: 2.7-litre petrol (166PS/245Nm) and 2.4-litre diesel (150PS/343Nm). Both are offered with a 5-speed manual gearbox with the option of a 6-speed automatic transmission too. Toyota is offering the Innova Crysta Leadership Edition with the same 2.4-litre diesel unit making 150PS of power and 343 Nm of torque. It is mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox.

Toyota Innova Crysta Features And Equipment: The Innova Crysta comes loaded with features like automatic climate control, eight-way power-adjustable driver seat, touchscreen infotainment system with Bluetooth and navigation, cruise control, and rear parking camera (display on infotainment screen) with sensors, among others. Toyota is offering the Innova Crysta Leadership Edition with features such as a blacked-out roof, alloy wheels, and all-around body cladding with Leadership Edition badges on front fenders. The limited edition model shares its features list with the VX variant except for the addition of auto-folding ORVMs and a 360-degree camera.

For safety, it gets three airbags (dual front and knee) ABS with EBD, BA, emergency braking signal, vehicle stability control, and hill start assist as standard across the range. However, the top-spec Z variant gets seven airbags in addition to the standard equipment. 

Toyota Innova Crysta Rivals: The Innova Crysta competes against SUVs like the Tata Hexa, Mahindra XUV 500, Maruti Ertiga, and Mahindra Marazzo.

Toyota Innova Crysta Review

The Toyota Innova has finally received a much-needed lease of life. The Japanese carmaker has launched the 'Crysta', which is the Innova's second innings at the market. The MPV has dominated its segment ever since it was first launched, selling more than the average hatchback at times. Clearly, India loves the Innova!

Now, Toyota has gone the whole hog and updated the humble workhorse entirely. It now sports a premium image, unlike the utilitarian first generation. Does the Crysta have what it takes to repeat history? Let's find out!

The Toyota Innova Crysta combines the practicality and comfort of an MPV with a good deal of luxury and creature comforts.

Importantly, it comes with the promise of running like new even after 6 digits on the odometer. The only drawback is its price which has been set at a premium, but owners can expect to recover a healthy portion of their expenditure thanks to its great resale value.

Exterior

Like we said, the Crysta is a complete departure from the older Innova. Everything has been reworked extensively in order to give it that premium appeal. The design is fresh that ditches the slender proportions for a wider, more muscular stance. It is safe to say that the older generation was long in the tooth in terms of design, despite multiple facelifts. Toyota couldn't have timed the update better.

The front now features a prominent hexagonal grille that gets two massive chrome slats that flow into the projector headlamps. Most of the real estate at the front is taken up by the large bumper. We particularly like the detailing in the smoked-out headlamps and the placement of the LED pilot lamps. The lower half of the grille is glossy black, which helps break the bulk at the front.

Over to the side, the Crysta's van-like proportions come to the fore. While there's nothing interesting to speak of other than the large 17-inch wheels, we like how Toyota has managed to keep things simple and uncluttered. Little dabs of chrome on the door handles and the outside rear-view mirror add a touch of class to the profile.

The rear ditches the triangular tail lamps for a much more aggressive, sabertooth inspired design.

The rear profile is nearly slab-sided, with a large glasshouse that takes up most of the space.

Subtle touches like the spoiler and the shark-fin antenna add some spice to an otherwise boring rear profile.

Overall, the Crysta does look far more appealing than the outgoing version.

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The design isn't over the top in any manner whatsoever and is sure to appeal to the target customer.

Exterior Comparison

Mahindra XUV500Maruti ErtigaTata Safari Storme
Length (mm)4585mm4296mm4655 mm
Width (mm)1890mm1695mm1965 mm
Height (mm)1785mm1685mm1922 mm
Ground Clearance (mm)200mm185mm200 mm
Wheel Base (mm)2700mm2740mm2650 mm
Kerb Weight (kg)null1260kg-
 

Boot Space Comparison

Mahindra XUV500Maruti ErtigaTata Safari Storme
Volume720-litres135-liters981

Interior

If you thought the exteriors are completely different, wait until you step inside! The Innova has transformed from being an economy class cabin, to a business class lounge. Toyota has used materials from the top-shelf, and it shows. Everything you touch, feel and turn is built to last. The only place where we found iffy quality, was the lower half of the dashboard.

Just like the old Innova, one can 'walk' inside the cabin. Once you do, the first thing to grab your attention is the futuristic dashboard. It is tilted towards the driver ever so slightly and has a bucket load of cuts, creases and curves that make it look super cool.

The centre console is dominated by the touchscreen audio unit, that doubles up as the screen for the navigation and the reverse camera. Controls for the automatic climate control are positioned right below it. The Innova scores really high on practicality. There are plenty of cubby holes strewn around the front half of the cabin that one can use to store their knick-knacks.

The meaty leather-wrapped steering wheel feels good to hold. It houses buttons for the audio, calls and the MID. Speaking of which, the instrument cluster houses the tachometer and the speedometer with the MID sandwiched in between. It reads out the fuel consumption, cruising range, average speed, and even has a compass.

The front seats score high on comfort, with cushioning and support being amongst the best we've seen in this segment. The drivers seat can be adjusted electrically and has a healthy range in terms of reach and height. However, since the target customer will be lounging in the rear seat, let's see how that fares.

The rear bench has been redesigned by Toyota keeping in mind long distance travels that Innovas are usually subjected to. The seats now accommodate larger frames better and cushioning is better as well.

We have to admit that the Japanese automaker has properly upped the ante here as well. Rear seat occupants get their own armrest and automatic climate control. Moreover, there are drop-down foldable trays attached to the front seats that can be used to place laptops or refreshments. And lest we forget, there's lounge lighting on offer as well!

The third row of seats is best left to kids. One tends to sit in a 'knee up' position, that can get uncomfortable over long journeys. That said, thanks to the sheer width of the car, accommodating three people here too, isn't a big task.

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To sum up, the interiors of the Innova are indeed a breath of fresh air. We like how Toyota has managed to add premium features, whilst retaining the utility aspect of the good old Innova.

Performance

The Innova Crysta gets two all-new diesel engine options - a 2.4-litre mill codenamed ‘2GD-FTV’ that comes mated only to a five-speed manual gearbox and a 2.8-litre powerplant that is available only with a six-speed automatic gearbox.

2.4 2GD-FTV

The 2.4- litre 2GD-FTV engine puts out a very impressive 150PS of power and 343Nm of torque. There’s healthy amount of torque available from as low as 1,400 rpm and this engine is easy to use in the city or on the highway. There is a bit of a lag if you really let the revs fall, but as long as you keep it above 1,500 rpm, the engine never feels out of breath. Two drawbacks that stand out are the high noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) levels and the gearbox that’s not effortless to use.

2.8 1GD-FTV

The Crysta also gets a more powerful engine with 174PS of power and 360Nm of torque on tap. Mated exclusively to a 6-speed auto box, this variant is primarily aimed at private car buyers who want to rest their left foot in bumper to bumper traffic.

This motor is capable of lazing through choked urban roads and effortlessly running at triple digit speeds all day long. Like the 2.4, this engine also gets pretty loud at higher revs, but there’s no drama once you settle at cruising speeds.

Both engines also get the ‘ECO’ and ‘Power’ drive modes.

Performance Comparison (Diesel)

Toyota Innova CrystaMahindra XUV500Maruti ErtigaTata Safari Storme
Power147.8bhp@3400rpm140bhp@3750rpm88.5bhp@4000rpm153.86bhp@4000rpm
Torque (Nm)343Nm@1400-2800rpm330Nm@1600-2800rpm200Nm@1750rpm400Nm@1750-2500rpm
Engine Displacement (cc)2393 cc2179 cc1248 cc2179 cc
TransmissionManualManualManualManual
Top Speed (kmph)185 Kmph160 kmph160 Kmph
0-100 Acceleration (sec)10 Seconds13.3 Seconds12.8 Seconds
Kerb Weight (kg)1815kgnull1260kg-
Fuel Efficiency (ARAI)13.68kmpl16.0kmpl24.52kmpl14.1kmpl
Power Weight Ratio81.43bhp/ton-70.23bhp/ton-
 

Performance Comparison (Petrol)

Toyota Innova CrystaMaruti Ertiga
Power163.7bhp@5200rpm103bhp@6000rpm
Torque (Nm)245Nm@4000rpm138Nm@4400rpm
Engine Displacement (cc)2694 cc1462 cc
TransmissionManualManual
Top Speed (kmph)
0-100 Acceleration (sec)
Kerb Weight (kg)1730kg1165 Kg
Fuel Efficiency (ARAI)11.25kmpl19.01kmpl
Power Weight Ratio94.62bhp/ton-
 

Ride and Handling

The steering is slightly heavy in our books, especially at city speeds.  It does take a moment or two to dial in a U-turn. However, this inspires a ton of confidence on the highways. It is a rock-solid steering that rarely makes you feel disconnected. Ride quality, as was the case with the old Innova is fantastic! It will gobble up pretty much everything our roads will ever throw at it. Yes, the ride is slightly bouncy when you are driving alone or are the lone passenger other than the chauffeur. With a full house, the ride is much better.

The Innova Crysta is based on the same ladder on frame chassis as the old one. There's no monocoque setup like the Lodgy or the XUV500. Needless to say, there's a fair bit of body roll through the bends and it doesn't particularly enjoy being thrown into corners.

Safety

Safety features are generous too. All passengers get three-point seatbelts and while three airbags, anti-lock brakes (ABS) with electronic brake-force distribution (EBD) and brake assist (BA) come as standard, higher variants get seven airbags, vehicle stability control (VSC) and hill-start assist too.

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Variants

The Innova gets a total of four variants: G, GX, VX and ZX. All variants, except for the top-spec are available with a seven or an eight-seater layout. The range topping variant gets goodies such as projector headlamps, automatic climate control, ambient lighting, cruise control, seven airbags and a whole lot more!

The most value for money offering off the lot, is the VX trim that covers all that you'll ever need from your MPV.

Pros & Cons of Toyota Innova Crysta

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It's a car for the family, the chauffeur-driven and for fleet operators too.

Things We Like

  • Space and comfort aside, the Toyota Innova Crysta’s cabin feels a lot more premium than it used to be.
  • Strong resale value. Even today, a 13-year-old Innova worth Rs 6.80 lakh – Rs 10 lakh, fetches about Rs 3.5 lakh - Rs 4 lakh in the used car market.
  • Over time, the Innova badge has garnered cult status courtesy Toyota’s trusted reliability and solid after-sales service. Some fleet owners have upgraded their Innovas to the latest model whenever it has launched!
  • New engines in the Toyota Innova Crysta – the 2.4-litre and 2.8-litre diesel engines – are more powerful, return better mileage and come with an option of automatic transmission.

Things We Don't Like

  • Despite the engines being powerful, lack of refinement leaves ample of room to improve NVH (noise, vibration and harshness) levels in the Crysta.
  • Steep pricing. The fully loaded trim of the Toyota Innova Crysta commands an ex-showroom price of Rs 22.15 lakh!
  • Most of the premium features are reserved for the high-end variants of the Toyota Innova Crysta. Lower models feel barebones.
  • Given the sheer size of the Innova Crysta, steering is on the heavier side in city and the gear stick isn’t the smoothest at this price point.
  • Automatic is only available with the bigger engine, making it an expensive buy.

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    The 8-way power-adjustable driver seat in the Toyota Innova Crysta helps you choose the perfect driving position without any hassle.

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    7-inch touchscreen infotainment system of the Toyota Innova Crysta doubles up as the screen for navigation and reverse camera

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    Safety gets priority. Top-end variant gets 7 airbags while 3 are offered right from the base variant.

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    5 star in a comfortable. Awesome car and very comfortable for riding in log drive with our family interior of the car is fabulous, awesome very informative and dashing. T...Read More

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    I like most is its comfort and suspension. If you are a passenger you will love this car. But if you also drive this car I think you will be disappointed a bit because th...Read More

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    I have the best experience with Innova Crysta. I feel the best comfort. I like the most I have many memories with my car.

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Toyota Innova Crysta Colours

  • Silver
    Silver
  • Wildfire Red With Attitude Black
    Wildfire Red With Attitude Black
  • Avant garde bronze
    Avant garde bronze
  • White Pearl Crystal Shine
    White Pearl Crystal Shine
  • Super white
    Super white
  • Garnet Red
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  • grey
    grey
  • White Pearl Crystal Shine with Attitude Black
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kailash paliwal
Sep 12, 2019 3:19:29 PM

Can you please send innova crysta front and rear door dimensions

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    cardekho
    Oct 25, 2018 7:52:08 AM

    The Mahindra Marazzo is a great overall package especially at the price it has been launched at. It offers ample space for six, offers a premium looking cabin and comes with an impressive features list with a lot of essentials offered as standard. Features like keyless entry and push-button start/stop are given a miss but it shouldn’t be a deal breaker. On the other hand, the Toyota Innova Crysta is an expensive piece of machinery, there is no doubt about that. But there is no denying that it is a well rounded package as well. It looks modern has all the convenience and safety features one might look for and comes with the confidence the names Toyota and Innova inspires as standard. Plus, the numbers speak for themselves as the Indian market has warmed up to the idea of a more expensive Innova, some even foregoing luxury brands in favour of the Innova. So it is a winner hands down.

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      babu suresh
      Oct 25, 2018 2:58:25 AM

      /which is the best car innova or marzzo?

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      cardekho
      Oct 25, 2018 7:52:08 AM

      The Mahindra Marazzo is a great overall package especially at the price it has been launched at. It offers ample space for six, offers a premium looking cabin and comes with an impressive features list with a lot of essentials offered as standard. Features like keyless entry and push-button start/stop are given a miss but it shouldn’t be a deal breaker. On the other hand, the Toyota Innova Crysta is an expensive piece of machinery, there is no doubt about that. But there is no denying that it is a well rounded package as well. It looks modern has all the convenience and safety features one might look for and comes with the confidence the names Toyota and Innova inspires as standard. Plus, the numbers speak for themselves as the Indian market has warmed up to the idea of a more expensive Innova, some even foregoing luxury brands in favour of the Innova. So it is a winner hands down.

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        pooja
        Dec 20, 2019 6:51:28 AM

        both are good but innova is better

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          MumbaiRs. 15.36 - 23.02 Lakh
          BangaloreRs. 15.36 - 23.02 Lakh
          ChennaiRs. 15.36 - 23.02 Lakh
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