Japanese automaker Toyota stopped booking one of its cars because it had a strong demand in the market. Toyota says that now the company is busy delivering vehicles to the already booked customers.
For the past several days, there were reports that Toyota has stopped booking the diesel variants of its Innova Crysta. Now the official statement of the company has come out regarding this. Toyota has officially accepted this fact. The Japanese automaker has cited high demand for diesel variants of Innova Crysta as the reason for stopping bookings. Toyota said that the company is trying to deliver the vehicle to those customers who have already booked. Orders will continue for the petrol variants of Innova Crysta.
The company said in its statement, “Due to the high demand pattern, the waiting period for the diesel version of Innova Crysta has increased, hence the company has decided to temporarily stop taking orders for the diesel version. A customer-centric company As of now, we are trying to supply to those customers who have already booked with our dealers.”
Let us tell you that Toyota Innova Crysta is the company’s best-selling model in India, especially in the diesel variant. The company can soon bring this vehicle in a new avatar. According to the reports, the next-gen Toyota Innova Crysta will come with a petrol hybrid powertrain from the recently introduced Toyota Urban Cruiser Hider.
In addition to petrol, 2.4-litre diesel engine is given in the current Toyota Innova Crysta. This engine generates 147 Bhp and 360 Nm of peak torque. The engine is mated to a five-speed manual and a six-speed automatic transmission. Apart from this, it gets a 2.7-litre petrol engine, which generates 164 bhp and 245 Nm of peak torque.