My experience with Innova Crysta
After a long wait, I test drove the Crysta, Z series, amazed with the built, smooth turning, pickup. Tried the automatic version. It is very good when we look at the body design, the front grille, even the rear portion looks better than the old model.Alloy wheels are also a plus. Drawbacks are less but looking at the competitive market, the lower models do not have good quality seats, at an on road price of 19 lacs for the GX model, they do not offer a infotainment system which is disappointing. There was a time when the touchscreen infotainment system was a luxury, now even the lowest versions, i.e. Renault Kwid, Tiago, Ertiga, Ciaz, etc, are offering it as a basic feature. My suggestion to the Toyota team, please compare with the market and ensure you offer additional features in the lower models as well because as per market standards Crysta is a luxury vehicle... Cheers.
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