Innova is the top selling vehicle for Japanese auto maker Toyota in India.
Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM), the Indian subsidiary of Japanese auto giant Toyota, has launched petrol version of Innova today.
The market analyst believes that the petrol version will help the company to tackle the ban of diesel vehicles above 2000 cc in New Delhi.
The all-new Innova Crysta petrol is equipped with a new 2.7 LDual VVT-i petrol engine.
Available in both Automatic and Manual transmission, the Innova Crysta Petrol delivers a power output of 166 PS and a torque of 245 Nm that translates to an experience of an enhanced cabin quietness, reduced vibration and faster acceleration.
Priced in the range of Rs 13, 72,800 and Rs 19, 62,300 (Ex-showroom New Delhi) the bookings and deliveries of Innova Crysta petrol version will begin today.
Akito Tachibana, Managing Director of TKM, said, “We are confident that the new petrol variant of the Innova Crysta further reiterates Toyota’s commitment to the Indian market and will add to customer delight.”
Raja, Director & Senior VP (Sales & Marketing), TKM, said, “The recently launched Innova Crysta has received an overwhelming response from the market and already sold more than 24,000 units in two months and have a pending order of over 9,000 units.”
He expressed that the company is confident that the Innova Crysta petrol will be equally successful in continuing the legacy that the iconic brand Innova has created in the Indian MPV market.