Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) dealerships have temporarily closed the bookings for the diesel variants of the Toyota Innova Crysta. The company said that the reason behind this is given the waiting period of the diesel variant. The company said in a statement that “Toyota Innova has gained immense popularity since its launch in India in 2005.”
The Innova has always been ahead of its segment compared to other models. The company has made many improvements and changes in the vehicle in the last few years according to the ever-changing needs of the customers, which include luxury features, comfort and performance. Similarly, the second generation Innova Crysta is ruling the hearts of the customers by being the leader in its segment. With its brand quality, strength and trust in India, it has become the choice of around 1 million customers. This car is very much liked both personally and commercially.
Now due to high demand, the variant period of diesel variants of Innova Crysta has increased and due to this, TKM has decided to temporarily stop taking orders for diesel variants. Atul Sood, Vice President, Sales and Strategic Marketing, TKM, said in a statement, “As a customer-centric company, we strive to supply first vehicles to customers who have already booked through dealers. However, orders will continue to be taken for the Innova Crysta petrol variant during this period.” He further said that the customer response to this model of Toyota has been much different than before.
Toyota Innova Crysta Engine & Power
In terms of engine and power, Toyota Innova Crysta comes in two engine options, the first being a 2393cc diesel engine that generates 150 PS of power at 3400 Rpm and 343 Nm of torque at 1400 – 2800 Rpm. On the other hand, a 2694cc petrol engine has been given which generates 166 PS of power at 5200 Rpm and 245 Nm of torque at 4000 Rpm. This MUV comes in 7 or 8 seater option. Talking about the transmission, it has been given a 5-speed manual and 6-speed automatic transmission option with sequential shift.