Toyota Innova Crysta GX (-) brings the entry price point down.
Toyota Kirloskar Motor has revised the prices of the Innova. Two entry-level variants have now been launched at significantly lower price points. The new base-spec petrol GX (-) 7-seater variant bears an ex-showroom price of Rs 16.89 lakh. The 8-seater gets a price of Rs. 16.94 lakh.
The rest of the variants have become costlier by up to Rs. 33,000. The hike applies to the petrol and diesel variants (VX and ZX) alike. The GX has become expensive by Rs 12,000, and the G by 24,000. The G+ variant has become costlier by Rs 12,000.
The Crysta range remains unchanged in terms of specifications. The SUV is still running on the same 2.7-liter petrol and the 2.4-liter diesel engines, with automatic and manual transmissions.
Rivals Of Innova Crysta GX (-)
Even though Toyota markets the new GX(-) as a cheap and affordable option, it’s still pricier compared to its near rivals. With a price tag between Rs 16.89 -25.32 lakh, Mahindra Marazzo, priced from 12.42 to Rs 14.49 lakh, is the closest competitor to GX(-).