Prior to 1972, the Toyota Mark II JDM model was sold as the Toyota Corona Mark II. In some export markets, Toyota sold the vehicle as Toyota Cressida for four generations between 1976 and 1992. Toyota has replaced the North American rear-wheel drive Cressida with a front-wheel drive Avalon. The Mark II and Cressida were manufactured at Toyota’s Motomachi Plant in Aichi Prefecture from September 1968 to October 1993, and at the Miyata Plant of Toyota Motor Kyushu from December 1992 to October 2000.
There are 2 Different Versions of The MARK II:
Like its predecessor, the Toyota Mark II JDM Car in the X100 series was available at several trim levels. The new features of this production run were the introduction of all-wheel drive in the Grande G and the use of Toyota’s new VVTi system in the engine. Also, ABS standardization and new electronic traction control have been updated. The Groire trim level has also been reduced in this production run.
Exterior features of Toyota Mark ll JDM Car include low-beltline, low-hood, profile setting the basic tone, the new styling represents a further improvement in terms of visibility, comfort, and aerodynamic characteristics. In Toyota Mark ll to emphasize openness and brightness 6 side styling windows were adopted.
The base GL was equipped with only a 2.4-liter 2LTE turbo-diesel in-line 4-cylinder and 4-speed automatic. It had basic features such as power windows, door locks, and automatic air conditioning, but sportier options were only available with high-end trim.Grande-TRIMP level has rich options and features, including TiltSTAAT, standard ABS, traction control, and AWD. The Grand Base is equipped with a 2.0 LITER 1 GFE INLINIX 5-speed manual or 4 speed automatic, 2,4 Rital 2LTE. This is assembled at 4 speeds from GL or 2.5 Light 1 JZGE and rotates.
The new one in 1996 is Grande Four: GRANDE 4 divisions, which is driven by 1-IZGE and 4-speed automatic transmission, which sends a central derivative to all wheels. The Grande G version was automatically available to 1JZ or 2JZ, 4-speed. “G package” included the steering wheel, seating and leather review of the seat and the power front seat. GRANDE G 4 is provided by the 1JZ engine, 4 speed automatic transmission, and Allwaff Drive. Two Trim levels transported from the X90 series in both TOURER S and Tourer V were driven in one year in nature and were used in four-speed automatic. Tour V has been remarkable from the bottom of the X90 series.
In addition to implementing the ECTS and VVTI, the engine is forced by a large turbocharger, in contrast to two smaller ones in parallel configuration. It has been received. According to Toyota, this smoothed the torque curve, the engine supplied more torque at slower and supplied VVTI to improve the fuel consumption of the car.
Models in Toyota Mark ll X100 JDM Car:
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