This 7 seater car will swallow Fortuner, this will be the price with diesel engine


car news desk, There is no stopping the popularity of the Toyota Fortuner SUV. It is known for its powerful looks, and 7 seater option with great performance. However, Toyota seems to be creating problems for the Fortuner. Toyota launched its Innova Hycross car in the market some time ago. It came with SUV like looks and a long list of features. The MPV has received a great response from the customers. Now the company is also going to bring back the diesel option of the Innova Crysta.

Even before its launch in the market, the 2023 Crysta has been spotted at dealerships in an updated avatar. Pictures of the new Crysta have also been leaked. The look of the Innova Crysta has been updated in the new avatar. The biggest change at the front is in the form of a new squarer grille and bumper setup. The fog lights and indicators are now placed at the same place at the bottom of the bumper with more chrome elements on the sides. There is no change in the side profile. The mid-spec variant gets 16-inch alloy wheels, while the top-spec Crysta will get 17-inch wheels. At the rear, there are no major changes. The tailgate, roof spoiler and bumper remain the same on the Crysta.

Not only Maruti, this 7 seater car will swallow Fortuner too, will beat SUV in looks!

Interior & Features
On the inside, the Innova Crysta continues to feature the same 8-inch touchscreen and wood-finish dashboard. Wood finish or automatic AC is not available in the GX variant. The top-spec variant gets 8-way adjustable driver’s seat, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, automatic climate control, and second-row captain seats. For safety, it gets seven airbags, stability control, ISOFIX child seat mounts, hill start assist, reverse parking sensors and a rear camera. Talking about the engine, the Innova Crysta will replace its old 2.4-litre diesel engine with an RDE-compliant, E20-ready one. Will get back as. This 150PS engine will be mated to a five-speed manual transmission and rear-wheel drive.

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