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Toyota Innova Crysta receives over 15,000 bookings in India

17 May 2016 / 1

On May 2, 2016, the new Toyota Innova Crysta was launched in India at a starting price of Rs 13.83 lakh. Now, Toyota has revealed that its new MPV model has received more than 15,000 bookings in over two weeks. Interestingly, Toyota says that around 60 per cent of the Innova Crysta bookings are for the automatic trims. Toyota is offering the automatic transmission equipped Innova Crysta in GX and ZX trims which are priced at Rs 16 lakh and Rs 20.78 lakh, respectively.

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The new Toyota Innova Crysta is available with two engine options – a 2.4-litre turbo diesel which makes 150PS and 343Nm, and a bigger 2.8-litre turbo diesel which makes 174PS and 360Nm. The smaller engine comes mated to a 5-speed manual transmission, while the 2.8-litre mill is mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission.

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In terms of dimensions, the new Toyota Innova measures 4,735mm in length, 1,830mm in width and 1,795mm in height. On the features front, all trims get three airbags, ABS with EBD and brake assist as standard. The top ZX trims come equipped with seven airbags, vehicle stability control, hill-start assist control, engine start and stop button, 7-inch touchscreen audio system and an electronic release for the second-row tumble seat.

More from OVERDRIVE on the Toyota Innova Crysta 

2016 Toyota Innova Crysta launched in India at Rs 13.83 lakh

2016 Toyota Innova Crysta first drive review

Video: Toyota Innova Crysta – First Drive Review

Image gallery: Toyota Innova Crysta



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