New Delhi: Toyota Kirloskar Motors has introduced two new entry-level variants of Innova Crysta in the market, while the company has increased the prices of all other variants of this MPV by Rs 33,000. Toyota India has now introduced the Innova Crysta in a new manual-only GX variant whose prices for the 7 and 8-seater models have been fixed at Rs 16.89 lakh and Rs 16.94 lakh respectively. Let us tell you that the new model is Rs 41,000 cheaper than the entry-level variant of Innova Crysta before that.
Price hike of Rs 33,000 on both petrol and diesel models
The company has increased the prices of all the old variants of Innova Christ by up to Rs 33,000. In this, the price of GX variant has been increased by Rs 12,000 and with VX, the prices of both petrol and diesel models of ZX have been increased by Rs 33,000. The price of only made-to-order diesel models G and G+ has also been increased. Their prices have increased by Rs 24,000 and Rs 12,000 respectively. Apart from the increase in prices, the company has not made any changes in the engine and technology. These have the same 2.7-litre petrol and 2.4-litre diesel engines.
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Innova Crysta parts as before
Toyota has also kept the parts of the Innova Crysta same as before. Apart from steel wheels, manual AC, rear wiper, power windows and central locking, the base model G has been given features like three airbags, ABS, stability control and hill start assist for safety. Apart from this, features such as alloy wheels, touchscreen infotainment system borrowed from GX and cruise control have been given to the G+ variant. Its expensive variants have been given many features like ambient lighting, seven airbags, parking sensors in the front and rear, rear view camera and auto climate control.