Toyota Cressida Model Years

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Toyota Cressida was the model name given to the Toyota Mark II across four generations. During the third, from 1976 to 1980, it was a compact car. It was a mid-size car, however, from 1980 on. The car came in one of three body styles: sedan, hard-top sedan, and station wagon. The wagon was discontinued in 1987. If you're driving one of them, more than likely, it's from between 1984 and 1992. These models had a choice between I4 and I6 engines and a selection of four- and five-speed manual and four-speed auto transmissions. 1989 was the start of the car's final generation. Toyota Avalon would replace it after 1992.

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