As with the powertrain, most other mechanicals were modified versions of those in the , most notably the new double-wishbone rear suspension. It was Toyota's largest sedan and wagon range offered in North America, while the wasn't offered. The Cressida was an car with a , as the was still classified as a in the early 1990s. North American market cars had the 2. It was originally only available with the smallest 1.
It's a really fun car to drive love it even more in the rain when the back - end breaks loose and you can really have some fun! Production started in December 1976. In September 1987 the and diesel engines were now compliant with the 1986 passenger car emissions standards. The engines used were the 2. All models were listed as typical of larger Toyota sedans. The car is so clean inside and out and runs and drives great.
Plenty of spare grunt for overtaking. You have come to the right place if you need new or replacement parts for your 1982 Cressida. All sales are final and I have describe this vehicle to the best of my ability. Japan: Toyota Motor Corporation — Overseas Parts Department. A year later the 1500 cc models were replaced by the 1600 cc engines. In 1983 the automatic transmission was changed to an electronic controlled four-speed. Can be difficult to park.
By 1988, power output was at 161 hp 120 kW. Year of manufacture 1982 First year of ownership 1995 Most recent year of ownership 1998 Engine and transmission 2. Four-cylinder engines were mostly reserved for cars intended for commercial usage. Minor changes was made in 2002. In 1978, this model generation was the last cars that feature the Toyopet brand name, which was dropped in 1980. New headlight, grill and a redesign bumper freshen up the front end while a new taillight design and new chrome trim for the trunk handle finish up the rear end. Yes Review Date: 15th October, 2008 Faults: Air conditioning leaked out all the R-12 Oil leaked, causing engine to go bad, otherwise it still would've gone another 25k at least.
The engine was mostly unchanged from the 1984 model year but gained a knock-sensor, which detected pre-ignition and adjusted timing accordingly when a lower-grade fuel was used. Weight went up by over 200 pounds. A year later the 1500 cc models were replaced by the 1600 cc engines. Cape Town, South Africa: Motorpress. It was Toyota's largest sedan and wagon range offered in North America, while the wasn't offered.
The would power the 1981 and 1982 models before it was superseded by the , a engine with a substantially higher power rating, 143 hp 107 kW in 1983 and 1984. The Grande was otherwise identical to the Groire in terms of options and equipment. Plenty of spare grunt for overtaking. The unique titanium technology physically changes the way oil behaves under extreme pressures doubling its film strength, preventing oil from breaking down and reducing friction to maximize engine performance. So here we go again with the sale of this car! In 1974 it was marketed in the U. Yes Review Date: 21st May, 2002. Buyers who wanted a sedan that remained under the guidelines were now served by the.
Cons:Radio has short, but still works fine when you use a tape player adapter to play music through your phone, rear antenna needs retractable one reinstalled, but has a stationary temporary one in its place. Visually they are different on the exterior while the interior remains untouched. Its competitor was primarily the in Japan, released earlier that year in April. Downsides include a somewhat uncomfortable back seat, ride quality that deteriorated with a full load of passengers, and a trunk with only 12. Was popular in early-type rear combination lamps are kept to a minor change. Power is transmitted to the rar wheels via a 4-speed automatic transmission.
Mount the ring in a vise equipped with soft jaws, holding it as close to the gap as possible. It does not have the aggressive slanted front end, conservative body panels and framed windows. No problems to smoke past newer cars. Some available options were , power steering, air conditioning, and a three-speed automatic transmission. The automatic transmission was a four-speed overdrive with an overdrive lockout. Gone was the coupé version, but a more up-to-date body style was new for the sedan and wagon.