Comparing The Toyota Chaser, Cresta And Mark II — Vol. 182 |

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Comparing The Toyota Chaser, And Mark II — Vol. 182

In the Toyota company released a sedan under the name The Cresta chassis was also on several other cars in the line, including the Toyota and the Toyota Mark II as well as the Cressida, which was released in the market and became Toyota’s offering in the United States.

The of sharing a chassis design several different names of is nothing new for the automobile industry. the same basic mechanical while creating different designs to differentiate several cars is known as platform It is a practice that helps keep costs low; they do not have to plan, and implement a new chassis for each of the cars that they If something works well, is no need to waste time the wheel.

Though it used the same for the construction of the Cresta, the Chaser and the II (as well as the Cressida), the intended products for the three different was expected to appeal to different of buyers. The Cresta was designed to as a basic sedan to serve as a car or simply to act as a car to get a driver from one to another. There was nothing or special about the Cresta or its It was simply designed to be a reliable, sedan for everyday use.

The Chaser, however, was designed an eye toward a sportier car. the name Chaser was intended to the feel of something that had a aggressive, faster feel to it. As the exterior design was given a that resembled a sports car than either of the other two built from the Cresta The headlights and tail lights are the obvious differences when it to the external design of the Chaser. the slight alterations in the lights on the front and the rear of the cars, the and fenders also had some cosmetic variations.

The Mark II, on the other hand, was to be a luxury sedan. The car was designed an external appearance that appeal to a more high-end Though built from the chassis as the other two, the II was given a look that to appear more sophisticated also conveying a sense of and style. In essence, the Mark II was to be the pretty car, the Chaser the car, and the Cresta was intended to be the and safe car.

Beyond the external designs, the designs of the three cars reflected their intended Depending on the style, the interiors different functionalities or extras are included in the cars. Again, of these changes were in nature.

While a few of the external looked different, the chassis unchanged. By using the same for all three cars, much of the workings of the cars were the same. All of the cars were with rear-wheel drives and were all designed to use automatic The engines sometimes offered slight variations, depending on automobile its intended destination The suspensions and the undercarriage were highly conserved across the different models.

When it comes down to it, the real difference in the cars is the When shopping and comparing a Cresta, Chaser and Mark II, the own personal preferences will be the difference when choosing. Not price is much of a determining as all three cars, whether or sophisticated, were very priced.

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