The Toyota Cressida sedan, aimed primarily at the American market, was launched in 1976. Also, this car was sold in Europe and in Japan, where she had a twin - the Mark II model.
The car was equipped with four-cylinder engines 1.8 and 2.0, as well as a 2.6-liter inline "six", which in 1978 received a fuel injection system instead of a carburetor. Toyota Cressida was offered to buyers with sedan, station wagon and hardtop coupe, and its standard equipment was very rich for its time: air conditioning, radio, power steering. The cars were equipped with both mechanical and automatic gearboxes, and for the American market an “automatic” was included as standard.
All cars for the American market were equipped with a straight six-cylinder engine with a volume of three liters and a capacity of 190 liters. with. paired with a four-stage "automatic". Sales of this model in the United States were discontinued in 1992, in its place came the Avalon sedan.
In the Middle East, Toyota Cressida was offered until 1996. For these markets, the car was equipped with engines of 2.4 and 2.8 liters. Choose the model and get information about Toyota Cressida parts. Here collected data of car parts for up to last Toyota Cressida 2019