1991 Toyota Cressida Overview

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1991 Toyota Cressida Overview

The 1991 Cressida got a small makeover, getting a redesigned grill, taillights, and wheels.
The 1991 Toyota Cressida only came in one trim level. The engine was a 3.0-liter, 190 horsepower I6, and the Cressida was only available with a four-speed automatic transmission. Fuel economy was about 19/24 mpg.
Drivers still love the 1991 Cressida, for many reasons. They love the luxury features that make it still seem current today; the powerful, quiet I6 engine; the rear-wheel drive, which makes it fun to drive; and the roomy comfortable interior. Some drivers wish that the car had bigger tires, and others don�t like that the 1991 Cressida needs premium gasoline.

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v6 -7M-GE motor automatic transmission, its rough interior seats and needs new power pannels for windows. roof window works fine, everything else works fine. blown head gasket, havent the time or mone...

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I have a 1991 Toyota Cressida for sale. It has only 95,000 original miles on it. Its in almost perfect condition. The front seats have minor cracks in the leather. Otherwise the interior is perfect...

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Where Is The Heating Valve Linkage At

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Map Light

How do I change the maplight bulb without hacking up my interior with a screwdriver ?

Are Head Gaskets An Issue/problem With This Car?

I read a review at edmunds that discussed the car's head gaskets as being the car's achiles heel. That because the car is no longer made parts cost somewhere in the acura -- lexis range, and sometime...