Tata Hexa vs Toyota Innova Crysta: Heavyweight Hustle

Marcus Tullius Cicero, a Roman philosopher once said, “If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need.” He wasn’t completely wrong. But had he been an Indian living in a joint family, he would know the importance of having a big, comfy seven-seater parked alongside that garden. As most of us would agree, being a part of an extended family has its own pros and cons. No, we aren’t going to list them out here, save for this one – the need to travel together. And that need is what has made the Toyota Innova a household name.

Let’s face it, the first-gen Innova had everything you could ever ask for in your big family car. And now with the Innova Crysta, Toyota has set the MPV bar even higher. It has gone premium, continues to be highly practical, and you’ll most likely have to abandon it mid-life as it has a reputation of soldiering on for at least five lakh kilometres. So then, the best MPV India has ever witnessed, and it could go on and dominate the segment for years to come, unless someone decides to disrupt the Crysta party.