Well maintained Toyota Innova Crysta selling cheaper than a Maruti Ertiga

Toyota Innova Crysta is one of the most popular MPVs in the segment and has been in the market for quite some time. It competes with cars like Maruti Ertiga, Mahindra Marazzo in the segment. It is not wrong to say that it has cult following and is preferred as a family car by many. Due to its reliability and low cost of maintenance, Toyota Innova Crysta is a car that sells like hot cakes in the used car market as well. We have seen several examples of the Innova in used market and here we have one such Innova Crysta that is being sold at a price cheaper than a brand new Maruti Ertiga.

The advertisement has been shared by Baba luxury car on their Instagram page. From the images it seems like the car is well maintained and there are no major dents or scratches on the body. The car even gets chrome garnishes around the headlamps, lower part of the door and on the ORVMs as well. It comes with company fitted alloy wheels.

On the inside, it gets a well maintained all-black cabin with fabric seats and captain seats for rear passengers. The car has done approximately 75,000 kms on the odometer and is registered in Rajasthan. The current location of the car however is Delhi. It is a 2017 diesel Innova Crysta and the asking price for this well maintained Toyota Innova Crysta is Rs 11.45 lakh which is cheaper than a brand new Maruti Ertiga ZXI Plus MPV.

As mentioned above, it is a diesel 2.4G variant. The 2.4 litre diesel engine in Crysta generates a maximum of 148 Bhp and a peak torque of 343 Nm. It is mated to a manual transmission that powers the rear wheels. As seen in the images, G trims does not come with a whole lot of feature but gets essential safety features like airbags (dual), ABS and EBD as standard.

Even though Toyota Innova Crysta just like any other Toyota has a highly reliable engine, it is always a good things to have a closer look at the vehicle and looking for service history (if any) before making a final decision. Getting a full check up done at a Toyota dealer, and riffling through service history of the vehicle is a good idea.