The Toyota Innova Crysta has been around since 2016 and is the undisputed king of the MPV segment, a position cemented by the original Innova back in 2005. The Crysta then upped the ante, offering a 2.7-litre petrol and two diesels, a 2.4-litre and a 2.8-litre, the latter getting an automatic gearbox. But the huge cost of upgrading to BS6 has forced Toyota to rationalise its engine line-up and, as a result, the powerful 2.8 diesel was dropped, and the 6-speed auto moved to the 2.4 diesel to supplement its 5-speed manual. With the less-powerful 2.4 diesel getting an auto for the first time, the first question on everyone’s mind is, how does it compare with the discontinued 2.8 diesel auto? Will it be a slouch or will it have enough grunt to do the job?

Let’s have a quick look at the specs first. With the 5-speed manual gearbox, the 2.4-litre engine makes 150hp and 343Nm of…

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