The car will also get an engine start-stop function for the manual and automatic variants of the Touring Sport as well as automatic variants of the Fortuner.

The Innova Crysta and Fortuner have received additional equipment and features to boost their appeal.

The Crysta is now available with 17-inch rims, and its tyres come with a stiffer sidewall. The company had recently switched to 16-inch rims, but customer feedback revealed instances of tyre damage under heavy load.

The larger alloys are now standard on the Touring Sport variant – they were earlier only available on the top-end Z trim of the Crysta.

The Crysta and automatic trims of the Fortuner now get an engine start-stop function, which enhances fuel economy. The base GX trim of the Crysta (only 8-seater) now comes with more features like a rear-seat centre armrest, driver-seat height adjuster and rear air conditioning. All cars come with a door ajar warning function for each door and the V trim now has GPS navigation.

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