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Toyota Innova Crysta

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Version
2.7 GX 7 STR
  • 2.7 GX 7 STR
    PetrolManual 14,92,597
  • 2.7 GX 8 STR
    PetrolManual 14,97,595
  • 2.4 G Plus 7 STR
    DieselManual 15,67,009
  • 2.4 G Plus 8 STR
    DieselManual 15,72,009
  • 2.4 GX 7 STR
    DieselManual 16,04,575
  • 2.4 GX 8 STR
    DieselManual 16,09,573
  • 2.7 GX AT 7 STR
    PetrolAutomatic 16,14,551
  • 2.7 GX AT 8 STR
    PetrolAutomatic 16,19,549
  • 2.8 GX AT 7 STR
    DieselAutomatic 17,45,525
  • 2.8 GX AT 8 STR
    DieselAutomatic 17,50,523
  • 2.7 VX 7 STR
    PetrolManual 18,06,476
  • Touring Sport Petrol MT
    PetrolManual 18,92,009
  • 2.4 VX 7 STR
    DieselManual 19,25,836
  • 2.4 VX 8 STR
    DieselManual 19,30,835
  • Touring Sport Diesel MT
    DieselManual 20,96,407
  • 2.7 ZX AT 7 STR
    PetrolAutomatic 21,02,437
  • 2.4 ZX 7 STR
    DieselManual 21,11,791
  • Touring Sport Petrol AT
    PetrolAutomatic 21,71,009
  • 2.8 ZX AT 7 STR
    DieselAutomatic 22,41,765
  • Touring Sport Diesel AT
    DieselAutomatic 23,46,407
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₹ 14.93 Lakhs
Avg. Ex-Showroom price

Toyota Innova Crysta Key Specifications

PriceRs. 14.93 Lakhs onwards
Mileage 10.75 to 15.1 kmpl
Engine 2393 to 2755 cc
Transmission Manual and Automatic
FuelType Petrol and Diesel
Seating Capacity 7 and 8

Innova Crysta Price List in India

Toyota Innova Crysta price starts at ₹ 14.93 Lakhs and goes upto ₹ 23.46 Lakhs. Petrol Innova Crysta price starts at ₹ 14.93 Lakhs. Diesel Innova Crysta price starts at ₹ 15.67 Lakhs.

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CarWale's Take

  • Good Things

    • Spacious cabin
    • Powerful engines 
    • Great resale value
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  • Could be Better

    • You get more premium cars at this price
    • Cumbersome to drive 
    • Bumpy low-speed ride 
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Innova Crysta Verdict

The Innova Crysta has plenty going for it – the build quality inside out is good, so is the cabin ambience. It’s loaded with features and gets potent motors, which makes it

The Innova Crysta has plenty going for it – the build quality inside out is good, so is the cabin ambience. It’s loaded with features and gets potent motors, which makes it one of the fastest MPVs. Lastly, its reliability and resale value is second to none, which makes it a compelling buy. The only downside is that the Crysta is quite expensive for what it is.

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Innova Crysta Review

The Innova Crysta. It’s a case study in itself. It’s such a successful MPV that all and sundry - from Mahindra Marazzo to the Ertiga – have tried to replicate it.

Introduction

Toyota Innova Crysta Review: Pros and Cons: Road Test

The Innova Crysta. It’s a case study in itself. It’s such a successful MPV that all and sundry - from Mahindra Marazzo to the Ertiga – have tried to replicate it. But, every time they think about upping the price, they fear rejection.

Not Toyota. In its second generation, the Innova Crysta is priced nearly Rs 30 lakhs for the top the line version. And to think it started at under Rs 10 lakhs all those years back just makes this price seem ridiculous. But, it continues to sell. And handsomely at that.

So, why does everyone want to buy the Innova Crysta? Here is a list of things that make it click, and a couple that doesn’t.

Positives

Toyota Innova Crysta Review: Pros and Cons

Perfect for Six

This, the top of the line ZX trim comes with captain seats for the second row. So it has seating for two up front, two in the middle, and three in the last row.

Now, the front and the second-row captain seats aren’t just big and cushy, these are comfortable, adjustable for almost everything, and great to spend long hours in.

Toyota Innova Crysta Review: Pros and Cons

The last two seats aren’t as comfy, of course. These are meant for three adults complete with a headrest and a three-point seat belt for the middle passenger. But, we feel its best left to two.

Space-wise, there’s decent head and knee room for the occupants in the last row. And for the rest, well, there’s space by the truckload! Headroom, knee room or shoulder room, you name it, and there’s an excess of it.

Toyota Innova Crysta Review: Pros and Cons

Practical All Round

The Innova isn’t just great at moving people, it’s practical in other ways too. If you have just four people and a lot of luggage, the last row can be folded up, liberating enough and more space to throw in many bags. And, if there are just two people and ll luggage but no hotels in the vicinity... well, drop the second row, roll out a mattress, and you are set.

Toyota Innova Crysta Review: Pros and Cons

Besides luggage, the Innova Crysta is also reasonably easy to get in and out of, for the first two rows. And even the last row doesn’t need gymnast credentials to get into. Moreover, there’s a place to put your coffee, your water bottle, wallet, Smartphone, and other knick-knacks you might have on you.

And in the ZX trim, there are other comfort and convenience features too. You get keyless entry and start. Reversing parking sensors with camera. Electrically adjustable driver’s seat. A cooled box. One touch up and down for all four windows. And automatic headlamps, among others.

Toyota Innova Crysta Review: Pros and Cons

Reliable Powertrains

Over the years, Toyota – and Innova engines in particular – have been the benchmark when it comes to reliability. This 2.8-litre diesel is of the same mould. Only with more power and torque. It makes a little over 170bhp and a handsome 360Nm of torque. So, even though the Innova Crysta is heavy, the 2.8-litre engine doesn’t let it feel lethargic.

Toyota Innova Crysta Review: Pros and Cons

It is coupled to a 6-speed automatic. It’s not the best torque converter auto in the business - not with its lazy shifts - but we still prefer it over the manual because the manual one comes mated to a smaller, less interesting Diesel engine. There are no paddle shifters here, but, you can shift manually using the stick. Something we rarely felt the need to do.

Toyota Innova Crysta Review: Pros and Cons

Highway Manners

This engine and gearbox combo also works well on highways or for intercity travel. The engine has enough grunt all through the rpm range, and it especially comes alive between 2500-3500rpm, making it easy to make quick overtakes.

The Innova Crysta also gets to 100kmph in quick time. And in the sixth, at 100kmph, the engine is barely turning over 1500rpm, making the drive calm and unhurried and undemanding.

Toyota Innova Crysta Review: Pros and Cons

Now, the Innova uses a body on ladder construction - which is more truck or bus-like than a car. So, we don’t expect it to win any ride and handling competitions. But in a straight line, even at three-digit speeds, it feels completely planted. Bumps, undulations, crosswinds, or even a lane change, doesn’t upset its composure.

Toyota Innova Crysta Review: Pros and Cons

But yes, around a corner, it rolls, it takes time to settle back, and if the road is bumpy, its rear does tend to skip about a bit. But is it scary, or unnerving, or will it make you throw up? No. It’s just not very polished, so to say.

Toyota Innova Crysta Review: Pros and Cons

The Brand

Well, both the Toyota and the Innova brand names are one of the strongest in the Indian auto scene. And they have earned it with their reliability and hassle-free ownership experience.

No wonder we don’t mind paying so much for this MPV. But here's the cool part. Chances are when you go to sell it after years and years of owning it and enjoying it, you might get a lot of your money back. Just ask the various first-generation Innova owners.

Negatives

Toyota Innova Crysta Review: Pros and Cons

Price-Refinement equation

I know I keep circling back to the Innova Crysta’s price, but then, that’s the elephant in the room. Now, for Rs 30 lakhs (on-road) one expects a serene, vibe-free, luxurious and an easy to live with environment in the car. And that means a quiet and refined engine, a plush and almost cosseting ride, a silent cabin, and absolute isolation from any mechanical nuisance.

The Innova doesn’t give you that. The engine is loud, you can feel the mechanicals at work through the steering and pedals. There is wind and road noise, and over poor roads, one can hear and feel the suspension as well.

Toyota Innova Crysta Review: Pros and Cons

Price-Feel Good Equation

Okay, did we mention this particular version of the Innova costs almost Rs 30 lakhs on the road? But, the MPV’s interior doesn’t exude the same lushness. The look and feel of plastics all-round is barely a match for premium hatchbacks. There’s no soft-touch plastic anywhere. And the operability doesn’t give you that sense of engineering finesse one expects at this price point.

Toyota Innova Crysta Review: Pros and Cons

It also misses out on a few features, and the ones that it packs in could have been better executed. Like the multimedia touchscreen. It doesn’t even get Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, and it looks like it belongs to a generation gone by...

Conclusion

Toyota Innova Crysta Review: Pros and Cons

The Innova has its negatives, but not enough to eclipse its merits. And these are very compelling merits. Practicality, reliability, comfort, resale, snob value, and a decent set of features. Not the best, but decent nonetheless. Plus, it can haul six or seven adults all around the country without bother.

So, unless you dislike MPVs, or like me, can’t afford one, there’s no real reason not to buy one. And I think automatic is the way to go.

Pictures by Kapil Angane

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Toyota Innova Crysta Colours

Innova Crysta is available/sold in the following colours in India.

* Colours shown are indicative and may vary slightly from actual car colours.

Toyota Innova Crysta Mileage

Fuel TypeTransmissionMileage

(2694 cc)

Automatic10.75 kmpl

(2393 cc)

Manual15.1 kmpl

(2694 cc)

Manual11.25 kmpl

(2755 cc)

Automatic14.29 kmpl

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Toyota Innova Crysta Expert Reviews

Toyota Innova Crysta Review: Pros and Cons

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Toyota Innova Crysta Touring Sport First Drive Review

Toyota Innova Crysta Touring Sport First Drive Review

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Toyota Innova Crysta User Reviews

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for Toyota Innova Crysta on 10-Oct-2019 by Amit Kumar

This is amazing car as my experience this is amazing I can't explain in word really excellent car i think if you compare to anyone in the range of this, this one is good to all...

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for Toyota Innova Crysta on 09-Oct-2019 by Harsh Bhimani

There are many features which the car has missed such as Sun Roof / Car Play / Front Sensors etc.. The car should also have 2 exhaust pipe, as sometimes when more acceleration is...

My favorite car

for Toyota Innova Crysta on 09-Oct-2019 by ARADHY

This car is a luxury and more features in this car it is my favourite car am not buying car but in future buying Innova Crysta Thanksgiving This car is very comfortable ...

Beast with luxury

for Toyota Innova Crysta on 07-Oct-2019 by prabhanshu singh

The car is just phenomenal whether it's looks , performance, and the best part is comfort. Just one point where it lags is the fuel economy. But with such a big engine and ultimate ...

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for Toyota Innova Crysta on 06-Oct-2019 by Kalp Doshi

I am bought Innova car and see amazing car. It is very high speed is very nice. It's look is similar to Volvo cars. It's services and maintenance is costly. But I am like this car.

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Toyota Innova Crysta Price in India

CityOn-Road Prices
Mumbai₹ 17.99 Lakhs onwards
Bangalore₹ 18.84 Lakhs onwards
New Delhi₹ 17.53 Lakhs onwards
Pune₹ 17.97 Lakhs onwards
Hyderabad₹ 18.21 Lakhs onwards
Ahmedabad₹ 16.81 Lakhs onwards
Chennai₹ 18.31 Lakhs onwards
Kolkata₹ 16.8 Lakhs onwards
Chandigarh₹ 16.81 Lakhs onwards

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