Wikipedia: Toyota Mark II
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A Complete Guide to Used Cars (1995 Edition) Best Late-Model Bet in the Luxury Car category (model years 1985-1992)
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The Toyota Mark II was a mid-size sedan manufactured and marketed in Japan by Toyota between 1968 and 2004. Prior to 1984, the model was marketed as the Toyota Corona Mark II. In some export markets, Toyota marketed the vehicle as the Toyota Cressida between 1976 and 1992 across four generations. Toyota replaced the Cressida in North America with the Toyota Avalon.
Every Mark II and Cressida was manufactured at the Motomachi plant at Toyota, Aichi. The nameplate Cressida derives from the Trojan character.
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|1986 Book||Toyota Cressida 1986 Repair Manual; Toyota Motor Corporation|
|1986 Book||Toyota Electrical Wiring Diagram: Cressida 1986 Model; Toyota Motor Corporation|
|0-60 mph*||10.5 seconds|
|80-0 mph*||314 feet|
|Interior Noise @ 70mph*||75 dBA|
|Fuel Economy*||18.5 mpg|
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