Toyota Mark

Toyota MarkToyota Mark X Toyota MARK X 250S (DBA-GRX130-AETSH).jpg Overview Manufacturer Toyota Also called Toyota Reiz (China, 2004-2017) Production 2004–present Body and chassis Class Mid-size car (D) Body style 4-door sedan Platform Toyota N platform Chronology Predecessor Toyota Mark II Toyota Verossa The Toyota Mark X (Japanese: トヨタ・マークX Toyota Maku X) is a mid-size car manufactured by Toyota, and is primarily aimed at the Japanese market and sold in other select Asian markets. In Japan, it is the top level car, sold only new at Toyopet Store locations. The Mark X was introduced in 2004 and is manufactured in Kanegasaki, Iwate, Japan. The Mark X is the successor to the Mark II which was first introduced in 1968, and was known in the North American market as the Corona Mark II starting in 1972, and renamed the Cressida from 1977 to 1992. The Mark X is currently an alternative to the Toyota Camry, which is the largest sedan new at Toyota Corolla Store locations, for buyers who like the size of the Camry, but prefer a front engine rear drive power-train with the option to add all wheel drive, which the Camry doesn't offer.

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