Toyota Innova Crysta facelift launched at Rs 16.26 lakh

    Refreshed Innova Crysta gets styling tweaks inside out; no mechanical changes.

    Published On Nov 24, 2020 12:52:00 PM


    Toyota Innova Crysta facelift launched at Rs 16.26 lakh

    The Toyota Innova Crysta facelift has been launched in the Indian market. We tell you what’s new on the updated 2021 Toyota MPV.

    • Prices have increased by Rs 20,000-70,000, depending on the variant
    • Innova Crysta facelift sees altered front styling with no changes at the back
    • Higher variants now get diamond-cut alloy wheels
    • New features include better infotainment system and front parking sensors

    2021 Toyota Innova Crysta facelift price and variant details

    The updated Innova Crysta line-up now starts at Rs 16.26 lakh for the entry-level GX variant and goes up to Rs 24.33 lakh for the top-spec ZX trim. The model will be sold with multiple variants – the G, G+, GX, VX and the fully-loaded ZX. 

    Toyota Innova Crysta petrol prices (ex-showroom, India)
    2021 Innova Crysta pricesOld Innova Crysta pricesDifference
    2.7 GX MT (7-seater)Rs 16.26 lakhRs 15.66 lakh+Rs 60,000
    2.7 GX MT (8-seater)Rs 16.31 lakhRs 15.71 lakh+Rs 60,000
    2.7 GX AT (7-seater)Rs 17.62 lakhRs 17.02 lakh+Rs 60,000
    2.7 GX AT (8-seater)Rs 17.67 lakhRs 17.07 lakh+Rs 60,000
    2.7 VX MT (7-seater)Rs 19.70 lakhRs 19.00 lakh+Rs 70,000
    2.7 ZX AT (7-seater)Rs 22.48 lakhRs 21.78 lakh+Rs 70,000

    Toyota Innova Crysta diesel prices (ex-showroom, India)
    2021 Innova Crysta pricesOld Innova Crysta pricesDifference
    2.4 G MT (7-seater)Rs 16.64 lakhRs 16.44 lakh+Rs 20,000
    2.4 G MT (8-seater)Rs 16.69 lakhRs 16.49 lakh+Rs 20,000
    2.4 G+ MT (7-seater)Rs 17.92 lakhRs 17.32 lakh+Rs 60,000
    2.4 G+ MT (8-seater)Rs 17.97 lakhRs 17.37 lakh+Rs 60,000
    2.4 GX MT (7-seater)Rs 18.07 lakhRs 17.47 lakh+Rs 60,000
    2.4 GX MT (8-seater)Rs 18.12 lakhRs 17.52 lakh+Rs 60,000
    2.4 GX AT (7-seater)Rs 19.38 lakhRs 18.78 lakh+Rs 60,000
    2.4 GX AT (8-seater)Rs 19.43 lakhRs 18.83 lakh+Rs 60,000
    2.4 VX MT (7-seater)Rs 21.59 lakhRs 20.89 lakh+Rs 60,000
    2.4 VX MT (8-seater)Rs 21.64 lakhRs 20.94 lakh+Rs 70,000
    2.4 ZX MT (7-seater)Rs 23.13 lakhRs 22.43 lakh+Rs 70,000
    2.4 ZX AT (7-seater)Rs 24.33 lakhRs 23.63 lakh+Rs 70,000

    Compared to the outgoing model, prices have increased by Rs 60,000 for the entry-level GX petrol, while the top-spec ZX diesel-automatic is now Rs 70,000 dearer. The entry-level diesel variants see the smallest price hikes.

    2021 India-spec Toyota Innova Crysta facelift interior and design 

    The made-for-India updated Toyota Innova Crysta gets almost the same set of styling changes that were seen on the Indonesian-spec model revealed last month. The new Innova Crysta gets a slightly lager grille with a thick chrome surround and more slats than before. While the headlamps are exactly the same as the outgoing model, they now get chrome extensions on the grille. The front bumper gets a new design with larger turn indicator housings and round fog lamps that will be LED units on higher variants.

    Additionally, the front bumper has a sharper look, and comes with a blacked-out chin that has subtle chrome bits. A faux skid plate that was seen on the Indonesian-spec car does not seem to have made it to the Indian version. Additionally, the updated Innova Crysta gets new-look 16-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels that seem to be unique for the Indian model. 

    On the inside, the 2021 Innova Crysta gets leather seats on the top trim. Additionally, it also gets standard Android Auto and Apple CarPlay for its infotainment system. Also, the infotainment now system gets dedicated buttons now for volume control and other functions. Higher variants also get front parking sensors as standard.

    2021 India-spec Toyota Innova Crysta facelift engine and gearbox

    The Innova Crysta received BS6-compliant engines earlier this year. The updated model launched today continues with the same set of engine options. These include a 166hp, 2.7-litre petrol and a 150hp, 2.4-liter diesel. Both engines can be had with either a 5-speed manual or a 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox.

    Prices are ex-showroom, pan-India, except Kerala

    Also see:

    Kia Carnival and Toyota Innova Crysta - What makes a premium MPV

    Toyota service network expanded to 87 new locations in India

    MG Gloster vs Toyota Fortuner vs Ford Endeavour vs Mahindra Alturas G4 comparison

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