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Latest Toyota Cressida Engine Enquiries

Name
City
Year / Model
Engine-Size
Engine Code
Requirements
Jannie
Pretoria
Cressida, 1988
2.8
22R
complete engine.
Richard
Johannesburg
1992
2.8
N/A
looking for a complete engine on a Toyota Cressida 2.8, 1992 year model, in the Johannesburg area, please return my call.
Hennie
Vanderbijlpark
1990, Cressida
2 litre
I need a manuel gearbox for a 1990 Toyota Cressida 2 liter, I am situated in Vanderbijlpark, please call back.
Tshepo
Pretoria
1995
4y engine
Very Important! (Found On Your License Disc)
I need 4y engine for my cressida old used original with everything needed meaning gearbox and so on
Thulane
Komatiepoort
Cressida, 1995
2.0 or higher
Very Important! (Found On Your License Disc)
complete engine.
Willem
Kimberley
1984
N/A
N/A
manual gearbox, on a Toyota Cressida, 1984 year model in the Kimberley area.
Read More About The Toyota Cressida

Introduction To The Toyota Cressida

The Toyota Cressida was a sedan of the upper midrange that of Toyota.

Initially, the Cressida was only available in Japan, it was a higher quality equipped version of the Corona Mark II. In export to Europe, North America and Oceania , he also replaced this from summer 1977. In addition to the Corona Mark II (later Toyota Mark II ), the Chaser and Cresta sister models were also created on the same platform.

From the end of 1992 the name Cressida disappeared from the Toyota model range, with the sister models still being offered in Japan after the year 2000. The three models mentioned also retained the type code X. The Chaser and the Cresta were still built until 2000. The Mark II was replaced by the Mark X in 2004 ; the Mark II Blit , a station wagon variant, was discontinued in 2007.

The Cressida was available worldwide in various designs and engines, such as the six-cylinder engines of the G and M series and the four-cylinder petrol engines of the R series, as well as the four-cylinder diesel engines of the L series.

The name Cressida comes from a drama by William Shakespeare, Troilus and Cressida

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