Toyota Innova Crysta Limited Edition Makes Official Debut in India

Toyota Innova Crysta Limited Edition Makes Official Debut in India

Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) has introduced a new limited edition of the Innova Crysta to its domestic lineup. Toyota has confirmed that the Innova Crysta Limited Edition will be available in the Indian market during the festive season. Toyota's official website already lists the Innova Crysta Limited Edition. As part of the Limited Edition package, the Innova Crysta GX comes with additional accessories that are installed at the dealer level at no extra cost.

The Japanese automaker is gearing up to reveal the next generation Innova in the coming months. Innova has enjoyed long-term success in India, thanks to Toyota's dependability, devoted fan base, and lucrative resale value.

Toyota Innova Crysta Limited Edition is based on the mid-level GX petrol trim, and it gains additional accessories at the dealer level without incurring additional costs to differentiate itself from the regular variant. TPMS (Tyre Pressure Monitoring System), wireless charging, and a HUD are among the included accessories (Heads-Up Display).

Toyota Innova Crysta Limited Edition Makes Official Debut in India

These features were previously offered for an additional fee of slightly more than Rs. 50,000 and will be available until the end of October or until supplies run out. Toyota only recently confirmed that bookings for the diesel variant would be temporarily halted.

Toyota charges Rs 17.45 lakh for the manual variant and Rs 19.02 lakh for the top-spec automatic trim of the Innova Crysta Limited Edition (ex-showroom, New Delhi).

Customers who have already been assigned units will be delivered, but the majority of them will be asked to switch their bookings to the petrol version due to the long wait time and high demand. The Toyota Innova Crysta petrol variant has a waiting period of about a month and a half, depending on trim level and availability in certain areas.

The new Toyota Innova could be dubbed the Innova HyCross, and it will most likely be sold alongside the current Crysta. It will be built on a modular monocoque chassis and may have a more spacious cabin as well as a more efficient petrol/hybrid engine.