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Delivery Details Toyota Innova Crysta: Launching Soon

The Japanese carmaker is prepared to reintroduce the revised Toyota Innova Crysta with the 2.4L diesel engine after the Innova Hycross. The model’s prices should be public in the upcoming weeks (i.e. in early February 2023). Bookings have already started, but delivery is expected to start in late April 2023. There will be four MPV grades: G, GX, VX, and ZX. A recent media source claims that the 2023 Toyota Innova Crysta GX diesel would be the first to be shipped to individual and fleet customers. By June or July 2023, VX and ZX trims will begin to be delivered.

The new Innova Crysta diesel will undoubtedly be less expensive than the Toyota Innova Hycross, which ranges in price from Rs 24.01 lakh to Rs 28.97 lakh. The redesigned MPV is expected to cost between Rs 20 lakh and Rs 27 lakh for the fully loaded trim and base model, respectively. Only the 7-seat layout is available for the ZX trim, whereas the 7- and 8-seat layouts are available for the other variations.

The new 2023 Toyota Innova Crysta has received a few changes. The model has a newly created front grille, fog lamp clusters with chrome surrounds, and a significantly modified front bumper. White Pearl Crystal, SuperWhite, Silver, Attitude Black, and Avant Grade Bronz are the five exterior colour choices available for it.

Toyota outfits the new Innova Crysta diesel with a TFT MID, an 8-inch Smart Playcast touchscreen infotainment system that supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, leather seats in Black and Camel Tan options, rear auto AC with a digital display, an 8-way power adjustable driver seat, one-touch reclining second-row seats, seat back tables, and ambient lighting.

The MPV has many safety features, including seven airbags, front and rear parking sensors, electronic brakeforce distribution (EBD), antilock braking system (ABS), brake assist (BA), hill start assists control (HSAC), vehicle stability control (VSC), as well as three-point seatbelts and headrests.

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