Toyota Mark X The Mark X is a mid-size automobile from Toyota that is not a concept in Japan – but real life automobile. Introduced in 2004, the Mark X offers larger V6 engines with upwards of 250 horse power, its design and power are similar (though not identical) to the Avalon, which is available in the US and Canada. The Mark X is the successor to the Mark II, first introduced way back in 1968.
Toyota Mark X Now that we apperceive what it isn't, let's analyze the acceptation of the Mark X. It sits on the exact aforementioned 112.2" wheelbase as the accessible 3rd-generation Lexus GS, but is fractionally beneath (186.2" vs 189.8" for the GS), narrower (69.9" vs 71.7" for the GS) and taller (56.5" vs 56.1 " for the GS). My antecedent suspicions that the Mark X would alter the JDM Toyota Mark II arise to be correct, back the Mark II no be st appears on Toyota's Japanese website. The agent choices are the fresh 4GR-FSE 2.5-liter V6 and the 3GR-FSE 3-liter V6, aloof like in the JDM Toyota Crown Royal (and, best likely, the abutting Lexus IS). The Mark X is again best acceptable an another to the Toyota Crown Royal for one of Japan's 5 Toyota banker networks that doesn't advertise that model. It could additionally be apparent as bushing the attenuated gap amid the Lexus IS and GS, back it offers the accessible IS agent choices in a GS-sized car (note that the V8 is NOT accessible in the GS-sized Mark X).