Toyota Cressida

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Toyota Cressida is a mid-size sedan, the first generation that debuted in 1973. This model has been quite popular in North America due to the spacious interior, powerful engine and a high level of comfort. The third generation of Toyota Cressida saw the light in 1985. The model has modern standards for the design of the exterior. Dimensions of the body compared to the previous generation increased. Much attention was paid to aerodynamic characteristics of the body by the company’s engineers, and therefore received the Cressida rear spoiler. Soft, comfortable suspension of Toyota Cressida struck by vehicle stability control on the highway, because the car had a “Sport” modern electronically controlled shock absorbers with the regime, which allowed increasing the stiffness of the suspension. More expensive modification is sedan equipped with the “know-how” of those times – the digital instrument panel.

Toyota Cressida of third generation got independent suspension, disc brakes, wheels, which changed the angle by turning the steering wheel. Under the hood, the model is a 6-cylinder engine capacity of 3.0 liters. Transmission is 4-speed automatic transmission.

Side View Toyota Cressida

The car was equipped with four-cylinder engines of 1.8 and 2.0 as well as 2.6-liter inline “six”, which in 1978 received a fuel injection system in place of the carburetor. Toyota Cressida offers customers a sedan, wagon and coupe hardtop and its standard equipment has been very rich for its time: air conditioning, radio, power steering. Machines were completed both with mechanical and automatic transmission, and for the US market “machine” was included in the standard.

The second-generation model debuted in 1980, became larger and lost with the coupĂ© version. Most of the cars were equipped with in-line six-cylinder engine capacity of 2.8 liters, but in some markets was also a version with a two-liter power aggregate. New generational change took place in 1984. Toyota Cressida began to look more modern and has new options, but the engine remained the same – a 2.8-liter inline “six” developed 126 liters.

In the Middle East Toyota Cressida was offered until 1996. For these markets, the car was fitted with engines of 2.4 and 2.8 liters volume.

Model Toyota Cressida 1977



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