MUV/Minivan, Manual, 2,694 cc, Petrol, 9.89 kmpl
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When we think of MPVs, the first thing that comes to mind is practicality, space and the Toyota Innova. The Toyota Qualis was its predecessor in India but Toyota decided to do the unthinkable by replacing it with a more contemporary and aesthetically pleasing to the eye MPV called the Innova, and since then there was no turning back. It is without a doubt the most popular MPV in India. Now it has come out in a new generation called the Crysta. The Innova Crysta gets petrol and diesel engines and competes against the mid-range SUVs in India because there are no other MPVs within its price range.
Toyota decided to go bold with the new Innova Crysta. This seems to be an attempt to camouflage the boxy MPV shape, but its shape is unmistakably a van. But the Innova Crysta doesn’t look anything like a people’s mover, instead the big imposing hexagonal grille and Katana blade like shaped headlamps make the Innova a premium vehicle. The new front grille is quite similar to the Corolla Altis and the Camry, but is a lot bigger and wider in size. The twin pod projector lamps with LED daytime running lights also adds a touch of class. There is also a pronounced V crease on the bonnet while the prominent shoulder lines running across the doors all the way to the tail lamps and are complemented by 17-inch alloy wheels. The C-pillar gets a freshly new designed window, and at the rear, the all new boomerang rear lamps stand out while the top of the line variant comes with a roof spoiler.
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