1984 Toyota Cressida Overview

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45 stars

Based on 4 reviews

Peaceful But Powerful by Tomas
 — I love the 21 R engine,the power is delivered to the rear wheels having a smooth acceleration, but able to spin its rear tires to my satisfaction. I really miss this car, hope to drive it again somed... Read More
One Of Toyotas Better Vehicals by Mat
 — ive had the car for about 7 months now and it works pretty good. after some patching and some new parts it worked good, now i am waiting to get some more parts and put it on the road. after it is finn... Read More
This Car Is Comfortable, Smooth Riding And Quite A Powerful Acceleration( Model Gl-i6) by tanner
 — It is very comfortable, you won't feel bumpy, when the road is not even!!! and it takes about 10 seconds to accelerate from 0-100 Read More

1984 Toyota Cressida Overview

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1984 Toyota Cressida

For 1984, the Toyota Cressida saw some changes. The speedometer was changed to read to 130 mph, and the left outside mirror was changed to the convex type for a better field of view. Also, the stereo cassette player was standard (it had been an option before).

The '84 Cressida came as a wagon or a sedan. The engine was a 2.8-liter, 156-horsepower 6 cylinder, and it came standard with an automatic transmission. A five-speed manual was available as an option. The Cressida was well-equipped, coming with a generous amount of standard features.

Drivers like the 1984 Toyota Cressida because it offers a very comfortable and smooth ride, has many amenities, and if treated well, will last for decades. Some drivers have had problems with rust and the A/C.

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Toyota Cressida Questions

qdquinn
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Replaced Head Gasgets 1984 Cressida Now It Wont Start Why

replaced the rotor and distributor cap and the head gaskets it wants to start but just wont what can I do HELP PLEASE

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cleo02
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How Do I Remove And Replace The Radio In A 1984 Toyota Cressida?

38 views with 1 answer (last answer 7 months ago)
Joel Bone
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Having One Hell Of A Time Upgrading The Stock Radio In My '84 Cressida Wago...

224 views with 1 answer (last answer 3 years ago)
MatMcKinnon
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Does Enyone Know Where To Get A Fuel Filter For This Car?

207 views with 1 answer (last answer 8 years ago)
shelia4989
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My Heater Stop Working What Could Be The Proble

my heater is not working it just stop what could it be do i need a part and what kind

471 views with 1 answer (last answer 8 years ago)