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Toyota Innova Crysta: Variants Explained

The Innova Crysta is single-handedly driving Toyota’s growth in the Indian car bazaar. Widely popular among cab aggregators, the Innova, after its re-entry in 2016 has increasingly been finding private owners as well. So much so that the MPV clocks as much sales as some of the entry-level cars and more than all the Toyota cars combined on some

Toyota’s Upcoming SUV for India – Will it be the Rush, C-HR or FT-AC?

The compact SUV space is all the rage these days with the Hyundai Creta topping sales charts. The mid-size SUV segment, which comprises of SUVs larger than the Creta, too has picked up pace ever since the introduction of the Jeep Compass in 2017. Meanwhile, Toyota, which is leading the full-size premium segment with the Fortuner, doesn’t have any SUV in

Toyota GR Super Sport Concept Teased

Toyota has been slowly shedding its sensible (read boring) carmaker image. In European markets, the change began with the Toyota Yaris GRMN, a hatchback powered by a supercharged 1.8-litre engine which can accelerate from 0-100kmph in 6.3 seconds. Back in 2014, Toyota had many enthusiasts around the world drooling when it showcased the FT-1 Concept, raising

Toyota Fortuner, Innova Crysta Waiting Period to Remain High

Japanese carmaker seeks parent company’s help for a solution, along with a plea to build new UVs for India to meet soaring demand.As per a report published by Financial Express, Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) is facing production constraints for its two bestselling models – Fortuner and Innova Crysta. The company has reported that it will