Toyota launches Petrol Variant of Innova Crysta

After the huge success of the recently launched Innova Crysta, Toyota Kirloskar Motor introduced the Innova MPV in its petrol variant.

The all-new Innova Crysta petrol is equipped with a new 2.7 L Dual VVT-i (Variable Valve Timing with Intelligence) petrol engine.

Available in both Automatic & Manual transmission, the Innova Crysta Petrol delivers a power output of 166 PS and a torque of 245 Nm which translates to an experience of an enhanced cabin quietness, reduced vibration and faster acceleration.

The Innova Petrol priced in the range of Rs. 13, 72,800 and Rs. 19, 62,300 (Ex-showroom New Delhi) the bookings & deliveries of new Innova Crysta petrol will begin today.

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Toyota have already sold more than 24,000 units in a short span of two months and have a pending order of over 9,000 units for the Innova Crysta.

Safety is of utmost importance to Toyota and the new Innova Crysta is packed with safety features as below:

Zx (AT/MT)
Additional to Standard
Safety Features
  • 7 SRS Airbags: Driver, Front Passenger, Driver Knee, Front Side, Curtain Shield Airbags
  • Vehicle Stability Control (VSC)
  • Hill Assist Control (HSC)
  • Impact sensing door unlock with secondary battery
All Grades
Standard Safety Features
  • 3 SRS Airbags (Driver, Front Passenger & Driver Knee)
    Antilock Braking System (ABS), Electronic Brake force Distribution (EBD) & Brake Assist (BA)
  • Height Adjustable Front Seat belt with Pre Tensioner& Force Limiter (PT/FL)
  • In addition safety is also enhanced with 3 point seatbelt and headrest for all passengers and child restraint system (ISOFIX)

New Innova Crysta petrol is available in the following grades:

Automatic Transmission Manual Transmission
 Zx (7 seater) Vx (7 seater)
Gx (7 & 8 seater) Gx (7 & 8 seater)

There is no competition in the luxury MPV segment and Innova today competes with luxury sedans and SUVs. With the petrol engine option, the Japanese car maker will able to sell the Innova Crysta Petrol in Delhi, NCR and Kerala regions where the MPV was not launched due to diesel engine ban.

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