The updated Toyota Innova Crysta has been launched with a hefty price hike across the range. If you want some good deals, Toyota dealers will sell you pre-facelift models at great discounts.
Ever since it's launch, the Innova Crysta has been the MPV segment's top seller. Toyota’s unmatched reliability, top aftersales service, and segment competitive prices make them the no-brainer buy for most consumers. The Innova Crysta has a virtual monopoly in the MUV segment a over 50% share. Even though the sub Rs 30 lakh SUV segment has seen new entrants crowded with the likes of the Kia Carnival,Innova Crysta still is the top seller in the class. And as the Innova Crysta has just received mid-life updates, you can get some good discounts if you look closely.
Both the Innova Crysta have been updated for 2021, just launching a few days back. But new updates means more expensive, with the new Innova Crysta's top variant Rs 70,000 dearer than the outgoing model. But if you don’t mind buying your MPV with mildly fewer features, than you can get good discounts from Toyota. Most dealerships still have a large number of Innova Crystas in their inventory list and have quickly become less desirable after the new launches. You can contact your nearest Toyota dealer and can get quite a hefty discount on the vehicles, with of a 20% discount from the showroom price already being reported. Also, it is important to note that these are not second-hand vehicles, just pre-facelift models which have been in at a dealership's stocks.
Prices for the 2021 Toyota Innova Crysta range from Rs 16.26 lakh – Rs 24.33 lakh, ex-showroom. Powering the new Toyota Innova will be the same two engine choices you get currently in the outgoing model. You get a 2.7-litre petrol which churns out 164 PS/245 Nm of max power and torque figures while the 2.4-litre oil burner makes peak power and torque figures of 150 PS/343 Nm respectively. Both engines come with a 5-speed manual as standard while a 6-speed torque converter auto is optional.