The Toyota Innova Crysta Limited Edition is the newest addition to the MPVs lineup in India. It is meant to boost the model’s desirability over the festive season. It is priced similarly to the mid-spec Innova Crysta GX trim on which it is based, starting at Rs 17.18 lakh for the petrol version and Rs 18.99 lakh for the diesel. It’s worth mentioning, though, that this model will only be available in limited quantities.
Toyota Innova Crysta Limited Edition Pricing
Toyota Innova Limited edition variants
GX MT 7 Seater
|Rs 17.18 lakh||Rs 18.99 lakh|
|GX MT 8 Seater||Rs 17.23 lakh||
Rs 19.04 lakh
GX AT 7 Seater
|Rs 18.54 lakh||Rs 20.30 lakh|
|GX AT 8 Seater||Rs 18.59 lakh||
Rs 20.35 lakh
What’s new this time?
Over and beyond the GX trim, this new Limited Edition model of the Innova Crysta gets a number of unique amenities. A multi-terrain monitor (360-degree camera), a head-up display (HUD), a tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS), a wireless phone charger in the dashboard, new door ambient lighting with 16 color options, and an air ioniser are just a few of the new features.
The 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support, electric folding ORVMs, tilt and telescopic steering, ABS, hill start assist, and vehicle stability control are all included in the GX specification.
This limited-run model has the same exterior style as the ordinary Innova Crysta facelift that was unveiled in India late last year. This includes a new trapezoidal grille with a thick chrome surround, a new front bumper with a blacked-out chin, a faux skid plate, and 16-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels.
Toyota Innova Crysta Limited Edition Powertrains Options
The Innova Crysta Limited Edition is powered by the same petrol and diesel engines as the ordinary model. The petrol engine produces 166 horsepower and is 2.7 litres in size, while the diesel engine produces 150 horsepower and is 2.4 litres in size. Both engines come with a 5-speed manual transmission or a 6-speed torque converter automatic transmission.
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