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2016 Toyota Innova Crysta petrol road test review

The legit question that appeared in my mind as well as, am sure, others' mind too, is why will you want a petrol Innova? Toyota says that it has seen the buyers shifting from diesel to petrol in almost all segments. Thus the need for a petrol Innova Crysta. It looks exactly similar to its diesel-powered sibling, save for the 2.7 Z badge at the rear. Read on to find out if the petrol-powered Innova Crysta is worth a dekko.


The 166PS/245Nm 2.7-litre naturally aspirated cast-iron block and an aluminium head engine,...

Updated Date: Nov 07, 2016 15:56 PM

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