Toyota India recently confirmed via a newspaper advertorial that it would introduce the petrol variants of the Innova Crysta MPV in the Indian market with first deliveries starting from August. Now, courtesy Autocar India, the variants and features of the petrol trim Innova Crysta have been revealed prior to the launch. The MPV would come in three variants in petrol trim: G, V and Z - identical to the diesel fuel trim. The bookings have already started at Toyota dealerships at a token amount of Rs. 1 Lakh.
The base trim 'G' would boast of features like 4-speaker audio system, 3-airbags and a basic multi-info display as standard. It would be available in both the 7-seater and 8-seater options. Coming to the mid-level trim 'V', it would come loaded with an array of high-end features such as 16-inch alloy wheels, automatic projector headlamps, foglamps, driver seat height adjustment, touchscreen system with six speakers, keyless entry and go, and auto up-down for all four windows. It would be offered only in 7-seater guise. Last but not the least, the range-topping Z trim would feature 17-inch alloy wheels, seven airbags, cruise control, stability control and hill start assist, leather seats with driver seat electric adjust and GPS-guided navigation as standard.
Under the hood, the Innova Crysta petrol would have a 2.7L 4-cylinder dual VVT-i engine, which is already on offer with the Middle East-spec MPV. It would belt out 164bhp of top power and 245Nm of peak torque. It would be linked to a 5-speed manual transmission in the base G trim and mid-level V trim. The top-end Z trim would have the 6-speed automatic gearbox paired with the petrol engine. The auto gearbox would also be available as option with the base G trim. For those asking, despite the ban on the sale of diesel vehicles with engine capacity over 2000cc in the Delhi-NCR by the Supreme Court, the Innova Crysta has registered over 30,000 bookings since its launch in May 2016 and attracts a general waiting period of 2-3 months.