The 5 main changes in the Toyota Innova Crysta Facelift compared to the old model

The Toyota Innova Crysta is currently one of the most popular minivans in the Indian market and the midlife upgrade makes the car an even more eye-catching offering

Toyota recently introduced a middle-aged makeover for Innova Crysta, four years after its launch in the country. While the overall package is the same, Toyota has made the minivan more attractive by adding some new features, as well as introducing some visual improvements to make it look fresh.

What has really changed? We have put together a list of the top 5 changes made to the Toyota Innova Crytsa facelift, compared to the outgoing model. Read to know what these changes are –

1. Front sonar sensors

Toyota has added a new safety feature on Innova Crysta called “Front Clearance Sonar Sensors” which is also popularly known as Front Parking Sensors. This feature is now being offered with affordable cars, and Toyota felt it was time to introduce it for the Innova as well. It also comes with MID indication in case it detects something that is too close to the front of the car.

2021 innova crysta

2. Diamond-coated alloy wheels

While the Innova Crytsa pre-restyled was offered with 16-inch alloy wheels as standard, the restyled model gets 17-inch two-tone units on the higher trim, which certainly improves the overall aesthetics of the car. The new alloy wheels are offered in ZX finishes on both petrol and diesel models, while the others come with 16 inches as standard.

3.Apple CarPlay and Android Auto

The Innova Crysta facelift gets a new 8-inch Smart Playcast touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity, something that should have been offered with the car from day one. Well, better late than never.

Interior of the Toyota Innova Crysta

4. New front bumper and grille

The Innova Crysta facelift gets a larger grille that comes with a thick chrome bezel. The new radiator grille has five horizontal slats, unlike the two chrome seen on the pre-restyled model. In addition, the headlights get chrome extensions that blend into the front grille.

5. Price

The pre-restyled Toyota Innova Crysta petrol trims were priced between Rs 15.66 – 21.78 lakh, while the 2.7 liter Innova Facelift petrol now retails between Rs 16.26 lakh and Rs 22 , 48 lakh. On the other hand, diesel trims that previously priced from Rs 16.44 lakh to Rs 23.63 lakh, will now set you back Rs 16.64 – 24.33 lakh (all prices, ex showroom).

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