Toyota Crown 3.0 Review Singapore —

19 Фев 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Toyota Crown Athlete

The Toyota Crown may look on the outside, but it makes for one of the most and best-equipped executive saloons out

Introduction, styling

I’m sure that most of us rested our bottoms on the rear of a Toyota Crown at least in our lives. Whether it is through the of Shinjuku in Tokyo, through Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui or through our very own Orchard you’d probably rode in one of ubiquitous taxi cabs

The Toyota Crown you see here is a different animal from the that you see at taxi stands both cars only the Crown nameplate. Toyota would have known by now the Crown has been around in the carmaker’s line-up for as long as can remember (it first appeared in to be exact). In Japan, the Crown is the of choice for the country’s top elite bosses and government officials.

The Crown’s huge appeal in its is obvious. There are even different Crown models different exterior styling to suit differing tastes. The looking Crown Athlete for is targeted at the younger and less crowd while the Majesta topping model offers more luxuries and a V8 motor.

Toyota Crown Athlete

The Royal Saloon, introduced by official distributor Borneo recently, sits below the in the Crown range.

The last time Borneo had a Crown in its line-up was in 2004 the last generation model. The saw little success back as it had a relatively high price tag and weren’t convinced of an expensive With the recent high COE though, Borneo decided to the Crown, in its latest, 13th to woo executive car buyers whose sentiments are less sensitive to who buy bread and butter models the Vios. The big question is, can the Crown the cut with our sophisticated and image local executives and towkays this time round?

From the outside, the new Crown rather elegant and restraint. are echoes of Lexus styling in its overall silhouette and stance, around the rear of the car. In of size, the Crown is longer the Mercedes-Benz E-Class and its Lexus sibling.

The current generation first introduced in Japan in looks less conservative any of its predecessors thanks to its curvier less upright grille and its rakish A-pillars. But put it next to the new A6 or Jaguar XF, the Crown still look conservative and rather Then again, this is the Crown has always been — conservative and formal. point to note that the exterior only features one emblem on the whole car, on the lid — the rest of the badges on the grille, steering wheel, console and C-pillars all feature the Crown badge.

Toyota Crown Athlete
Toyota Crown Athlete
Toyota Crown Athlete
Toyota Crown Athlete

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