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    Toyota Innova Crysta Mileage

    Toyota Innova Crysta mileage starts at 10.2 kmpl and goes up to 15.6 kmpl. The mileage of Innova Crysta Petrol ranges between 10.2 kmpl - 13.9 kmpl and the mileage of Innova Crysta Diesel is 15.6 kmpl.

    Innova Crysta Mileage (Version Wise Mileage)

    Innova Crysta VersionsARAI Mileage

    Innova Crysta GX 2.7 7 STR

    2694 cc, Petrol, Manual, ₹ 17.86 Lakh
    10 kmpl

    Innova Crysta GX 2.7 8 STR

    2694 cc, Petrol, Manual, ₹ 17.91 Lakh
    10 kmpl

    Innova Crysta G 2.4 7 STR

    2393 cc, Diesel, Manual, ₹ 18.63 Lakh
    15.6 kmpl

    Innova Crysta G 2.4 8 STR

    2393 cc, Diesel, Manual, ₹ 18.68 Lakh
    15.6 kmpl

    Innova Crysta GX 2.7 AT 7 STR

    2694 cc, Petrol, Automatic (TC), ₹ 19.02 Lakh
    15.6 kmpl

    Innova Crysta GX 2.7 AT 8 STR

    2694 cc, Petrol, Automatic (TC), ₹ 19.07 Lakh
    15.6 kmpl

    Innova Crysta G Plus 2.4 7 STR

    2393 cc, Diesel, Manual, ₹ 19.55 Lakh
    15.6 kmpl

    Innova Crysta G Plus 2.4 8 STR

    2393 cc, Diesel, Manual, ₹ 19.60 Lakh
    15.6 kmpl

    Innova Crysta GX 2.4 7 STR

    2393 cc, Diesel, Manual, ₹ 19.67 Lakh
    15.6 kmpl

    Innova Crysta GX 2.4 8 STR

    2393 cc, Diesel, Manual, ₹ 19.72 Lakh
    15.6 kmpl

    Innova Crysta GX 2.4 AT 7 STR

    2393 cc, Diesel, Automatic (TC), ₹ 20.78 Lakh
    15.6 kmpl

    Innova Crysta GX 2.4 AT 8 STR

    2393 cc, Diesel, Automatic (TC), ₹ 20.83 Lakh
    15.6 kmpl

    Innova Crysta VX 2.7 7 STR

    2694 cc, Petrol, Manual, ₹ 20.95 Lakh
    10.6 kmpl

    Innova Crysta VX 2.4 7 STR

    2393 cc, Diesel, Manual, ₹ 22.84 Lakh
    15.6 kmpl

    Innova Crysta VX 2.4 8 STR

    2393 cc, Diesel, Manual, ₹ 22.89 Lakh
    15.6 kmpl

    Innova Crysta ZX 2.7 AT 7 STR

    2694 cc, Petrol, Automatic (TC), ₹ 23.83 Lakh
    10.5 kmpl

    Innova Crysta ZX 2.4 7 STR

    2393 cc, Diesel, Manual, ₹ 24.48 Lakh
    15.6 kmpl

    Innova Crysta ZX 2.4 AT 7 STR

    2393 cc, Diesel, Automatic (TC), ₹ 25.68 Lakh
    15.6 kmpl
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    Toyota Innova Crysta Petrol and Diesel Mileage

    Fuel TypeTransmissionARAI Mileage
    Petrol

    (2694 cc)

    Manual10.2 kmpl
    Diesel

    (2393 cc)

    Manual15.6 kmpl
    Petrol

    (2694 cc)

    Automatic (TC)13.9 kmpl
    Diesel

    (2393 cc)

    Automatic (TC)15.6 kmpl

    Toyota Innova Crysta Fuel Cost Calculator

    We help you calculate fuel expenses which you will incur by using Toyota Innova Crysta. To check your monthly fuel expenses you just have to enter distance in kms you travel in a day and fuel price in your area. As per current inputs, monthly fuel cost for Innova Crysta with mileage of 10 kmpl is ₹ 4,550.

    Your monthly fuel cost for Toyota Innova Crysta is:
    ₹ 4,550
    per month

    Toyota Innova Crysta Key Specifications

    Price₹ 17.86 Lakh onwards
    Mileage10.2 to 15.6 kmpl
    Engine2393 to 2694 cc
    TransmissionManual & Automatic (TC)
    Fuel TypePetrol & Diesel
    Seating Capacity7 & 8 Seater

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    Mileage Reviews of Toyota Innova Crysta

    • Innova crysta is the best car of toyota
      Buying experience is good because I only have to wait for a month to get the car. Driving innova crysta feels so smooth and good. Innova crysta has the best looking car at this price point and having 7 seat space and engine of toyota will never let you down. Servicing and maintenance cost of all the toyota vehicles are less so the cost of Innova crysta's servicing and maintenance is also very reasonable. Pros of innova crysta Performance of the car is the best. I am using this car for the past 4 years and there is no issue in engine and I have driven the car to approx 90,000 kms and I don't feel any issue in it Cons Innova crysta Only con I feel is the mileage of the car sometimes it gives 6 or 5 km/l in traffic of delhi.
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    • Dream car
      It's a very good car and good looking.Amazing power delivery with decent mileage.It's interior is very luxurious and very beautiful.Ibought it from Mumbai.It's the best car in this price segment.
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    • THE BEST IN SEGMENT // LEADERSHIP
      Best in segment and overall and the facelift looks just awesome I would recommend first time car buyers and everyone else. because it has good ground clearance and it is best value for money car with best mileage.
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    • Best Buddy
      Driving comfort is awesome. We can enjoy long rides without restlessness feeling. Good mileage in economy mode. Best performance at power mode. In power mode we can feel like a sport.
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    • Families look no further
      Practicality and reasonable ground clearance are the reasons why I bought the Innova Crysta, and I'm not disappointed. Design I did not like the design of the previous model (2016-2020), especially the face - which looked a little ugly due to the chrome strip. The face of the new model looks much better - with a deeper grille and front bumper. I like the redone design of the fog light housing as well. Overall, the front looks aggressive, while the sides and the back look neat as well. Toyota likes to play it safe when it comes to colors. I reckon that most people who buy the Innova would go for White/Silver. However, I feel that the car looks cooler in either sparkling black or Garnet red. Practicality The boot space is more than sufficient with the rear seats folded. With both the rear seats up, you can easily fit a carry-on luggage size trolley, and a soft-bag easily. There is no load-lip - which makes it easy to slide heavy items in-and-out of the boot easily. However, you could scratch the bumper while sliding really heavy items, and I would recommend fitting the rear step guard trim to protect the paintwork. You can't fit luggage for a family holiday with all the seven seats up - though it's the same case with the other offerings at this price point. If you're going to need that regularly, you might be better off with the Kia Carnival. In-car storage is decent with the twin-glove box and spacious door-bins. There are a couple of nifty cup holders on the front dash. The bottle holder in-between the two front seats can hold a litre bottle easily. However, it can't hold coffee-cups/smaller bottles securely. There are a couple of usable cup-holders, between the seats, in the middle-row - in the 7-seater versions. There are couple of sturdy trays for middle-row passengers on higher variants. However, Toyota could have provided more charging options: one twelve volt socket, and two USB ports were all that I could find. Comfort The seats are very supportive - especially those on the front, and there is enough adjustment on offer. I always felt that the automatic seat adjustment feature was a bit of a gimmick, however, I have grown more used to it now, and I find it very handy. The leather quality, on top variants, is a class above than most after-market stuff. The fabric on arm-rests is a welcome touch. Moving to the middle row, I would strongly recommend going for the 7-seater variant as the seats offer more support which is useful for longer journeys. The last row is decent by class standards; shorter adults and kids won't have much to complain about. The slopping roof-line, the tight shoulder room, and the limited under-thigh support mean that you can't fit taller adults, or 7 people comfortably. The AC is really good, and can chill you to the bones even on really hot days. Vents for the middle and the last rows are really useful. The factory fit headlights are good enough, and please do everyone a favour by not fitting brighter ones. The glass area is generous, and it gives a good view out. Not many people would find the cabin claustrophobic. There is sufficient noise insulation, and that makes longer drives relaxing. The doors open really wide, which makes it easy to climb in and out. The seats are placed just at the correct height for average adults - a useful feature for elders. One small complaint is that shorter people in saris/dothies will find it difficult to climb into the middle row; Toyota should have given a handy grab-handle to solve this. Infotainment Nothing great to write home about. Decent, gets the job done. Sound quality is strictly average. The screen itself is not very intuitive to use. However, you can hook-up your Apple/Android phone - which I assume is what most people are going to do anyway. Wireless charging is provided as an option, and they can keep it with themselves for the cost which they are charging. Driving The relatively stiff suspension is setup for handling, and hence you can feel the bumps that much more - especially on the 17 inch alloys in the top variants. On the flip-side the stiff suspension and the larger tyres translate to better handling on straight roads and in corners. Body roll and pitch are very well contained/negligible. Is it fun to drive? no - it doesn't hug the road as good Fords would. But, for a large, practical vehicle, it is actually okay. The steering is light and easy at lower speeds, and weighs up nicely at higher speeds. It is confidence inspiring without being excellent. The 2.4L diesel packs is punchy, and it makes overtaking easy on two-lane roads. It is not too noisy, and that makes it relaxing to drive - especially at cruising speeds. In town, the strong mid-range means that you could be caught out a little when the turbo kicks in. That shouldn't be a problem once you get used to the engine. The bigger problem is that you may find yourself shifting down more often to stay within the power band - especially in stop/go situations. At cruising speeds, the engine stays at relaxed RPMs - and I did not really miss the 6th gear. The diesel MT gives decent mileage with a sedate driving style. I managed to eek out 15 Km/l with a mix of city/highway driving. Pedal-to-metal drivers should stay content with single digit figures, though. The light clutch, and the low biting point make city driving relatively stress-free. The shift is a bit rubbery, and you'll have trouble, initially, finding the slots. Honda and Maruti definitely do a much better job here. One slight problem is the front and rear visibility. It is difficult to make out the corners of the car - due to the deep dash - and close manoeuvre within town are often a leap of faith. Rearward visibility isn't great either, and you really need the rear-camera given the length of the vehicle. Buying experience and maintenance It was positive overall. One drawback of buying an in-demand SUV is that you cant negotiate the price, whatsoever. It is a pay-it or leave-it deal. I had the first free service done, and the experience was stress-free. One small gripe is the paint quality. While it looks nice, the clear coat gets easily scratched while driving through shrubs/bushes. This is especially bad for a car that has off-roading creds. While most people are going to drive it on roads/highways, this is a problem especially in rural/remote areas, and Toyota must do something about it. Summary Overall, this is a car good car for families. It is practical, decently powerful, and can get you from A to B, in a relatively relaxed manner. I am very happy with the buy.
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    Mileage FAQs on Toyota Innova Crysta

    Q: What is the average of Toyota Innova Crysta?

    The ARAI mileage of Toyota Innova Crysta is 10.2-15.6 kmpl

    Q: What is the monthly fuel cost for Toyota Innova Crysta?

    Assuming fuel price Rs. 80 per liter and an average of 100 km/ month, the monthly fuel cost for Toyota Innova Crysta can range from Rs. 784.31 to 512.82 per month. You can check your fuel cost for Toyota Innova Crysta here.

    Q: How can I get the best mileage from Toyota Innova Crysta?

    Extracting the best fuel economy involves practicing various techniques like judiciously modulating the throttle, limiting excessive gearshifts and turning-off the engine while you are idling in traffic. For detailed info on how to efficiently drive a car, click here for Manual, Automatic, CVT.