Toyota Cressida Model Overview
Toyota Cressida Cars
Anybody Out There Looking For A 1991 Cressida?
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...
Where Can I Find A Thermostat Housing For A 1981 Cressida Wagon?
I NEED A THERMOSTAT HOUSING FOR MY 1981 CRESSIDA
Is A 92 Fourrunner 22re Motor Compatible With A 91v6, 7mge Toyota Cressida...
help! i do not know if it would work or not, blew head gaskets in the car and now just parting it out for what ever works, but curious if anyone can help me with this question??
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...
I Have A 1990 Cressida Straight 6 Never Heard It Run, Was Told It Had A Blo...
was told it had a blown head gasket, and that it did overheat. No oil and water mix showing. Don't know the engine size only that it's not a turbo.....how do I find out the engine size and what's t...
Toyota Cressida Overview
The Toyota Cressida was introduced for the 1973 model year. It was nicknamed "the four-door Supra" due to its their shared engine and rear-wheel drive. The Cressida was a mid-sized luxury sedan, featuring many amenities that were before their time.
The first Cressidas were equipped with unusual (for the time) standard features such as air conditioning . It was also known for being extremely comfortable and quiet. Drivers who have bought used Cressidas are often amazed at how advanced the cockpit is.
Toyota stopped selling the Cressida in the U.S. in 1992. Sales were slow due to a high price tag, and Toyota didn't need a luxury sedan since Lexus was proving to be a success.
The Cressida is popular today among tuners and for racing, due to its powerful engine and rear wheel drive.