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The Toyota Mark II is a name used by Toyota for decades.

The first Mark II, the Toyota Corona Mark II was an version of the Toyota Corona sold by Toyota. By the 1970s, the II used a separate platform the plain Corona and was much Once the platform was separated, the car known simply as the Toyota II .

Subsequent Mark II models several variations, each of sedans but with different The sportier Toyota Chaser and Cresta appeared in the late-1970s.

The II found much success its life as the definitive private-use car in Japan (the larger Crown was considered more of a car for upper management, and the Toyota is the flagship sedan on a presidential The Mark II and its variants often in numbers comparable t- the smaller Corona and Toyota Corolla.

peaked in the 1980s and the Mark II was with engines ranging a 1.8 liter 4-cylinder t- a turbocharged than pushed the 280 horsepower kW) self-imposed limit of the Japanese industry. Like the first-generation in 1966, the Mark II would t- symbolize Toyota’s winning of capturing its customer’s upward through excellent perceived Contents

* 1 Generation 1 (1968-1972) series * 2 Generation 2 (1972-1976) series — 2.1 In America * 3 Generation 3 X30/X40 series — 3.1 Chaser — 3.2 * 4 Generation 4 (1980-1984) X60 series — 4.1 * 5 Generation 5 (1984-1988) X70 series — 5.1 wagon/Van/Estate (1984-1997) * 6 Generation 6 X80 series * 7 Generation 7 (1992-1996) X90 * 8 Generation 8 (1996-2000) X100 * 9 Generation 9 (2000-2004) X110 — 9.1 Mark II Blit (2002-2007) * 10 generation — 10.1 VEROSSA — 10.2 Mark X (2004-current)

Generation 1 (1968-1972) T60/T70 First Generation 1st generation 1st gen Production 1968 -1972 style(s) 4-door sedan station wagon 2-door Length 4295 mm (169.1 in) 1610 mm (63.4 in) Height mm (55.3 in) Fuel capacity US gallons (51.9 L/11.4 imp

The Corona Mark II, was designed as a line that was between the top Crown and the Corona. Basically a slightly higher spec a Corona, with many of the features of the larger Crown. The door sedan was designated as the T60 and the 2 coupe the T70. In 1970 were minor cosmetic in the front grille. The 1600cc 7R engine was replaced by the 1700cc 6R engine.

A year later the 2R models were replace by the 12R engines.

US exported version for the model year, often the more powerful R series compared t- other regions. Japan and other markets had 1.5L 2R (1500cc), 1.6L (1600cc) t- 1.7L 6R (1700cc) as well.

RT62 sedans and coupe features the 1.8L 8R

RT63 sedan, RT73 RT78/RT79 station wagons 2L 18R (2000cc)

Generation 2 (1972-1976) series Second Generation 2nd 2nd generation coupe Production Body style(s) 4-door 4-door station wagon coupe Wheelbase 2645 mm in) sedan 2585 mm (101.8 in) Length 4325 mm (170.3 in) mm (173.2 in) wagon Width mm (64 in) Height 1380 mm (54.3 in) 1389 mm (54.7 in) wagon weight 1080 kg (2381 lb) Fuel capacity 15.9 US (60.2 L/13.2 imp gal)

The generation Corona Mark II was on a new X series platform abandoning the Corona T series chassis. are referring t- the 2-door sedans, the X10′s are the sedans and wagons. The i6 M was t- form the L series, in order t- better with the Nissan


Available engine choices

* i4 1700 6 R * i4 2000 18 R * i4 2000 18 R-G * i6 2000 M

In 1973, there was a change. An entry level was introduced with a 5-speed MT. EFI was on the i4 2000 18R engine. The i4 1700 6 R was replaced by the 1800 16R.

Corona MarkII GSS

In America

The line of cars was n- longer exported due t- poor sales. left a hue gap in Toyota North line up, with only compact cars. The second fortunately increased in size. The Mark II would be the only option for families transitioning larger American Detroit in the mist of the oil crisis. In 1973 it was in the US as a fully loaded car with few options.

Standard features a 6 cylinder SOHC engine, 4 standard transmission, front brakes, heater defroster, seats. Some available are, 8-track audio, steering, air conditioning and 3-speed transmission.

Generation 3 (1976-1980) series Third Generation 1976 -1980 Body 4-door sedan 4-door wagon 2-door coupe 2645 mm (104.1 in) Length mm (181.7 in) Width 1680 mm in) Height 1455 mm (57.3 in) weight 1215 kg (2679 lb)

The generation was introduced with a upscale European type The lines are a combination of the previous American with a British end. In 1978, this generation was the last cars feature the Toyopet name. The trim was added.

Grande’s 6 cylinder engines.

In 1998, released a car called Progres. The front end looks sort of an updated version of the X30/X40 sedan. Example, both of have a combination of round and lighting.

The grille and bonnet has similar shapes, size and

Chaser For more information, see Chaser.

The Toyota Chaser was in 1977. Based on the same as the Mark II, they are very The idea of the Chaser was a sportier of the Mark II, often with powerful engines, turbo, and suspension setups.

On an overview are virtually identical, with different packages of options.

For more information, see Toyota

The Corona Mark II was sold under the name Toyota which was Toyota’s flagship in the US and Australia. In Australia, the Cressida was from sale in early on the X80 series s- as not t- compete against the new Camry-Vienta, and Lexus ES300 and The Cressida was replaced by the first Toyota Avalon was introduced as new US flagship.

Generation 4 (1980-1984) X60 Fourth Generation Production Body style(s) 4-door 4-door station wagon 4-speed automatic 3-speed 4-speed manual 5-speed Wheelbase 2645 mm (104.1 in) 4640 mm (182.7 in) Width mm (66.5 in) Height 1425 mm in) Curb weight 1225 kg lb)

The fourth generation Corona II was launched in 1980. It was still as the Corona Mark II but many of the at the time simply refer t- it as the II. Power by either the 1G-EU, charged M-TEU, 5M-EU and injected version of the 18R-GEU was in the GT. A diesel version was als- In 1982 the twin-cam 1G-GEU was added.

In 1983 the automatic was changed t- the electronic controlled 4

This Mark II generation was successful spawning commercial, and drivers training vehicles. made the Mark II familiar t- in Japan, as just about initial experience was learning t- or riding in the taxi’s based on The Mark II was fairly common with the Corona as a Taxi, the release of the Crown Comfort in

Cresta For more information, see Cresta.

The Toyota Cresta was in 1980. Based on the same as the Mark II, they are very The goal of the Cresta was a higher luxury version of the Mark II. available with two-tone and more interior convenience This ended up being similar t- the Cressida.

The introduction of the in the USA, transformed the Cressida a near luxury car.

5 (1984-1988) X70 series Fifth 5th generation Production 1984-1988 style(s) 4-door sedan station wagon Engine(s) 4-cylinder 2.0L 4-cylinder 6-cylinder 2.4L 4-cylinder Transmission(s) 4-speed automatic automatic 4-speed manual manual Wheelbase 2660 mm in) Length 4650 mm (183.1 in) 1690 mm (66.5 in) Height mm (55.7 in) Curb weight kg (2822 lb)

The 1984 model the Corona name and simply Mark II. This generation II had a lot of rivals including the Nissan The Mark II continued t- remain viable for fleet sales, agencies and taxi services.

wagon/Van/Estate (1984-1997)

The station version of the chassis was produced 1984 t- 1997. That’s 13 without a major reworking. usage of the wagons was for service Examples include, bulkier parcel delivery, electronic and repair shops. It was finally with the Mark II Qualis.

on the same platform as the Toyota Camry Gracia. The Qualis was replaced by the Mark II Blit in

Mark II Qualis

Toyota Mark II Wagon Blit

Generation 6 X80 series Sixth Generation 1988-1992 Body style(s) sedan Wheelbase 2730 mm in) Length 4690 mm (184.6 in) 1695 mm (66.7 in) Height mm (54.1 in) Curb weight kg (3263 lb)

First released in 1988. The height of the car is lower previous and generation. It’s the same height as the second Mark II.

The Grande G series in 1989 the 3.0L 7M-GE engine. Traction Control and ABS.

In 1JZ-GE and 1JZ-GTE (280ps) is introduced on this generation the 1G-GZE. The GT did not have MT transmission and were strictly AT.

After the X80 series continued t- be produced for fleet vehicles until when the Crown Comfort took over.

Generation 7 X90 series Seventh Generation 7th Production 1992-1996 Body 4-door sedan Layout engine, RWD / 4WD Wheelbase 2730 mm in) Length 4750 mm (187 in) 1750 mm (68.9 in) Height mm (54.7 in) Curb weight kg (3064 lb)

First released in 1992. Mark II has been during the period, it has received new bumper(including grill), rear and tail lights. Compared t- the generation, this car had loss weight. This was mainly d- t-

The AWD version was introduced with the Four and Grande G Four.

The Tourer V had a reinforced body, suspension, stronger drivetrain, and a 2.5 liter inline 6 engine as the 1JZ-GTE. It came from the with 280 horsepower (210 kW) and 5-speed transmission. The 1JZ-GTE is very easily upgradeable and very little money, 330 hp kW) was easily attainable.

The internals of the engine can handle 500 hp (370 kW) modification.[citation needed] This the Mark II Tourer V a popular among tuners, enthusiasts, and

The REGALIA version was als-

Generation 8 (1996-2000) X100 Eighth Generation 8th generation 1996-2000 Body style(s) sedan Wheelbase 2730 mm in) Length 4760 mm (187.4 in) 1755 mm (69.1 in) Height mm (55.1 in) Curb weight kg (3263 lb)

First released in 1996. The new 1JZ-GTE engine is with VVTi. Traction system has been upgrade t- from TRC. The Mark II slightly changed once

Becoming increasingly popular aut- enthusiasts in the mid 90′s, went for a more aggressive Couple with a powerful and solid chassis, the Mark II is a platform for a fast car.

In the Mark II’s 30th a special Trente (French for 30) was offered.

Generation 9 (2000-2004) series Ninth Generation 9th Production 2000-2004 Body 4-door sedan 4-door wagon Wheelbase 2780 mm in) Length 4735 mm (186.4 in) 1760 mm (69.3 in) Height mm (57.5 in) Curb weight kg (3373 lb)

A 35th Anniversary edition was reintroduced. Often Grande 35th.

Mark II (2002-2007)

The Mark II Blit was in 2002, replacing the Mark II

Mark_II_Blit

next generation

(2001-2004) For more information, see Verossa.

Sales began t- as customers moved toward SUVs, and sometimes keicars in of Japan’s extended economic Toyota began reconstructing its sedan line, eliminating the and Cresta and introducing new nameplates as the Toyota Verossa, and the slightly Toyota Progres, Toyota Sales did not improve with the while the other models did better but unspectacular, they later discontinued in 2007.

X (2004-current) For more information, see Mark X.

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