Toyota Mark II Blit

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Ninth Generation
2006 Toyota Mark II Blit 01.jpg
Production 2002-2007
Body and chassis
Class Mid-size
Body style 5-door station wagon
Layout Front engine, rear-wheel drive / Four-wheel drive
Related Toyota Mark II
Toyota Verossa
Toyota Altezza
Transmission 4/5-speed automatic
Wheelbase 2,780 mm (109 in)
Length 4,775 mm (188.0 in)
Width 1,760 mm (69 in)
Height 1,485 mm (58.5 in)
Curb weight 1,885 kg (4,156 lb)
Successor Toyota Mark X ZiO
Toyota Mark X

The Toyota Mark II Blit was the replacement of the Toyota Mark II Qualis, and shared a platform with the Mark II rear wheel drive sedan. The Mark II Qualis was a rebadged (SXV20) Camry Gracia wagon, with front wheel drive. The Blit was introduced in January 2002. Production ended in June 2007 due to consolidation efforts. Toyota's official Blit successor was a front wheel drive minivan, the Mark X ZiO, from September, 2007. The Blit was a return to the Mark II platform with rear wheel drive with optional AWD and not a wagon version of the front wheel drive Camry. The Blit used straight-6 engines with an optional turbo that was discontinued May 2006. The engines used were the 2.0 L 1G-FE, 2.5 L 1JZ-FSE, 2.5 L 1JZ-GE, and 2.5 L turbocharged 1JZ-GTE.

Model Range [1][edit]

Grade 2.5 iR-V 2.5 iR-S 2.0 iR
Curb weight (kg) 1620 1570 1470
Engine code 1JZ-GTE 1JZ-FSE 1G-FE
Max. output kW/(PS)/rpm 206/280/6200 147/200/6000 118/160/6200
Rear view