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Likes; - Engine - Interiors - Finally a Diesel A/T- Feature Laden - Stress Free Ownership, Service Experience.Dislikes; - No Exclusivity - No M/T on 2.8L- Short Service Intervals- Base Variant GX is too bare bones (Specially the Interiors) even @ 14L Ex-Showroom - The Crysta is spread over 15 variants & hence can get confusing for the buy decision & also during resale. The Video Starts of with a 'Journey'; & a discussion on things which have changed & the things which haven't; Miscellaneous facts; - Toyota says there are no carryover parts from the older Innova. - The new GD series engines have high thermal efficiency & powerful performance around the world, including extremely cold areas where air temperatures can fall to -40˚C and altitudes exceeding 4500m above sea level. - The turbocharger of the all new GD series engine is produced in house by Toyota. - This new Turbo features a newly developed turbine which improves efficiency, and a new impeller that provides immediate acceleration response and produces maximum torque over a wide spread of RPM. - The A/T Gearbox is supplied by AISIN. - AISIN is the same company which supplied boxes for the all new (FWD) BMW X1 as well as XUV 500. The Innova's AC60 is developed for Light Truck & SUV's (RWD platform) - The rear brakes are still drum but a size larger. - The beautiful dashboard is a 1 piece item made from Injection Moulding of Poly Propylene. - Middle Row legroom has increase by 20mm. - Accessing 3rd row is now easier. - Wheelbase remains same as earlier Innova. Note: In the video at 5:07 i have mitakenly mentioned the torque as 343 NM instead of 360 NM, apologies for that.