Another model introduced by Toyota for the Mark II is their special edition, Regalia, which marks the 35th Anniversary of the Mark II nameplate. Vol. 7 no. 5. Cape Town, South Africa: Motorpress. p. 13. ^ a b Stephenson, Wayne. «Cressida production data». Stepho’s Toyota Site. The Mark II evolved into the Toyota Mark X which is still very popular in Japan and select international markets. Toyota Racing Development (TRD) offered a supercharger kit for the V6 models, raising power to 247 hp (184 kW) and 242 lb·ft (328 N·m) of torque.
Cressidas of this generation sold in North America featured motorized automatic seat belts; airbags were never offered. Проверено 2016-01-07. ↑ Sienna (кор.). Toyota Motor Korea Co.,Ltd.. Проверено 12 июня 2016. ↑ Overview of Overseas Production Affiliates. The line-up of four-cylinder Camry models consisted of the CSi, Conquest and CSX models (automatic transmission was standard on Conquest and CSX); all three variants were available in sedan or wagon body styles.
Both the LE and the XLE trims were carried over from the previous generation. The Mark II was split into two other sedans so that they could sell different versions of the Mark II at the multiple dealerships Toyota had established in the 1970s. Some models had six-cylinder engines, optionally with electronic fuel injection, borrowed from the larger Crown. Mark II Qualis 1997 Mark II Qualis (based on Camry wagon) So as to continue to offer Mark II customers the option of purchasing a station wagon at Toyopet Store locations, Toyota introduced the Toyota Mark II Qualis which was identical to the Camry-based station wagon called the Camry Gracia.