Toyota Innova Crysta Registers 20,000 Bookings In India - Overdrive

Toyota Innova Crysta registers 20,000 bookings in India

01 Jun 2016 / 1

Toyota’s new multipurpose vehicle, the Innova Crysta, has registered 20,000 bookings so far. This has increased the waiting period that now ranges from two months to four months depending on the colour and model.

Toyota Innova Crysta 08

Currently, the Innova is available with a choice of two diesel engines — 2.4 litres mated to a 5-speed manual and a 2.8 litres to a 6-speed automatic. While the 2.4-litre engine develops 149PS and 343Nm of torque, the 2.8-litre motor produces 174PS and 360Nm of torque. Toyota plans to introduce a 2.7-litre petrol engine in the future to counter the diesel ban in the Delhi NCR belt. Toyota had earlier stated that it wouldn’t downsize its diesel motors in the interest of its customers’ demand. It does, however, lose out on a sizable chunk of the market in that sector.

Toyota Innova Crysta

The Toyota Innova has been a massive success for the Japanese manufacturer. As the initial bookings suggest, the Innova Crysta may continue its predecessor’s legacy. We have driven the Innova Crysta and found the MPV as a massive step-up to the previous model. The looks are far more contemporary and the interiors are well appointed for an MPV.

Some of the notable features in the new car include a 4.2-inch TFT multi-information display on the instrument cluster, a 7-inch infotainment touchscreen taking up the center section along with automatic climate control and a staggering 22 bottle holders.

Also read:

2016 Toyota Innova Crysta first drive review

Preview: Toyota Innova Crysta

Comparo: Toyota Innova Crysta vs Renault Lodgy

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