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After in-depth research, we shared our reviews of the Toyota Mark X.
About Toyota Mark X
Toyota has been producing cars since 2004 and the Mark X is a mid-size car produced by them . It is based on the Toyota Camry and is sold exclusively in Japan. You can get these two body styles- a four-door sedan and a five-door liftback. The Mark X is the successor to the Toyota Mark II, a car that has been in production since 1968.
Talking about the most powerful feature of the car is its six-cylinder engine. The Mark X is powered by a range of engines, including a 2.5L V6, a 3.5L V6, and a hybrid powertrain. Toyota Mark X has produced two generations between the years 2004 to 2019, and they also have the same prominent engine feature.
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Let’s delve into the two generations of Toyota Mark X
About Ist and Second generation
Toyota’s 4GR-FSE (2.5 liter 6-cylinder) engine has the potential to give an output of 215 hp. The average fuel it consumes is 1 liter per 11km. 3.0 L (2,995 cc) gives an output of 256 hp, and its fuel consumption is 10.5 km/l. In both, the engines accelerate from 0-100 km in an hour in 79 and 7.2 seconds respectively. Toyota Mark X supercharged 3.0 liter ( GSE-FSE ), produces 320 hp and accelerates up to 100 km/h in 5.4 seconds.
The 3.5 liter 6-cylinder ( 2497 cc) gives a 314 hp output and consumes an average of 9.4km/l It has also a supercharged engine of 3.5 liter that produces an output of 355 hp on the consumption of 8.9km/l fuel. This generation of Toyota has three models: Standard, sports, and premium.
Below are the images of all the three models:
2009 Mark X Premium (GRX133)
2013 Mark X Premium (GRX130)
Mark X is available in both rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive configurations. Toyota Mark X features a range of safety and convenience features, including airbags, stability control, hill-start assist, and a tire pressure monitoring system. It also features an array of technologies such as Bluetooth, navigation, and Toyota’s Safety Sense system. The Mark X has been praised for its sporty handling, performance, and sleek exterior styling.
Want to know about its features
A car enthusiast would love to have a car with such a fantastic exterior design. This car features a front grille, low stance, lovely slim headlights, and aggressive curves. In short, the design is eye-catching.
Mark X’s engine
As discussed above Toyota Mark X has a prominent feature that it is driven by a 3.5-liter V6 engine that produces 312 horsepower and 280 lb-ft of torque. Its engine provides a smooth shift
Well, who does not love a spacious car that is more modern? Everyone loves it, and Toyota mark X’s second-generation models are super modern. The dashboards of second-generation models are well-arranged with easily accessible control buttons. By spacious, we mean enough space for the driver and the passenger. The interior of Mark X is well-equipped with plenty of storage compartments and USB ports.
Advanced Safety Features:
The Toyota Mark X is equipped with a variety of advanced safety features, including Toyota Safety Sense, which includes a pre-collision system. The Toyota Mark X has a safety assist system, seatbelts, Hill-Start Assist Control, Vehicle Stability Control, and blind spot monitoring. In short, the model has excellent safety features.
Along with safety, comfort, and luxury, Toyota Mark X is also known for its reliable performance. Toyota had to end its production of Reix in China in 2017. Mark X’s last production was in 2019 in Japan. However, before ending, Toyota released the Mark X 250S, its final production, highly luxurious.
Hope we gave you an in-depth overview of the car and its models.
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