Toyota Innova Crysta variants leaked, 2.8 diesel variant confirmed – Report

Posted on: Apr 15, 2016 - 12:38pm IST

Variants include GX, GX A/T, VX, ZX A/T.

A leaked e-brochure of the Toyota Innova Crysta has revealed the grades and salient technical specifications, ahead of its expected launch on May 3.

Toyota Innova Crysta variants leaked
The leak also confirms the engine lineup at launch, which includes both the 2.4L and 2.8L GD diesel engines.

The Innova Crysta will be available in three grades: GX, VX and ZX. The standard and optional equipment in the three grades will be revealed at launch, although we know that top-end grades will feature smart entry system with start/stop button, auto-close for tailgate, airbags as standard along with ABS, EBD and BA, automatic climate control, 7-inch audio system with navigation, powered driver’s seat, front seat with easy slide from rear, 1-touch tumble for 2nd row seats and third row seats.

The leak also confirms the engine lineup at launch, which includes both the 2.4L and 2.8L GD diesel engines. The former outputs 149 PS and 343 Nm of torque, while the latter produces 177 PS and 360 Nm of torque. Transmission options include a 5-speed manual and 6-speed automatic gearboxes. An AT option is only available in the base GX and top-end ZX grade.

Toyota Innova Crysta 2.8 Z front three quarter at the Auto Expo 2016
The 2.8L GD diesel variant with 177 PS and 360 Nm of torque will also be on offer, according to the leak.

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Following its expected launch on May 5, reports suggest that deliveries of the diesel model will begin from May 13. So far, there’s no confirmation of a petrol variant in the pipeline.

Rivals: Renault Lodgy, Honda Mobilio
Expected release date: May 2016
Expected price: INR 13 lakhs upwards ex-Showroom

Toyota Innova Crysta – Image Gallery

[Source: Team-BHP]

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