Toyota Cressida

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Toyota Cressida
1991-1992 Toyota Cressida -- 03-21-2012.JPG
Also calledToyota Mark II
ProductionDecember 1976 – 1992
AssemblyJapan: Toyota, Aichi (Motomachi plant)
Indonesia: Jakarta
Body and chassis
ClassCompact car (1976–1980)
Mid-size car (1980–1992)
Body style4-door sedan
4-door hardtop sedan
LayoutFront-engine, rear-wheel-drive
RelatedToyota Cresta
Toyota Chaser
PredecessorToyota Corona Mark II (X10/X20)
SuccessorToyota Avalon (North America and Australia)
Toyota Mark X (X130) (Indonesia)

The Toyota Cressida (Japanese: トヨタ・クレシーダ, Toyota Kureshīda) is a compact, later mid-size car manufactured by Toyota from December 1976 until 1992 through four generations. Cressida was the export version of the Mark II sold in Japan. The "Cressida" nameplate derives from the Trojan character.