Japan

Toyota

60005782

11th

Crown

Released date : 2001/ 8/20

body type

Sedan

SD

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  • Specification
  • Description
  • Plant
  • Name origin
Grade Gasoin_Super Deluxe_G-package Gasolin_Super Deluxe 2000_Super Deluxe
Model type
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weight
Model type TA-GXS12-CEPFK(Q) TA-GXS12-CEPFK TA-YXS10-CEPFN
Curb mass(kg) 1380 1380 1370
Dimensions Length(mm) 4695 4695 4695
Width(mm) 1695 1695 1695
Height(mm) 1515 1515 1515
Wheelbase(mm) 2785 2785 2785
Engine Engine code 1G-FE 1G-FE 3Y-PE
Engine type Water-cooled, in-line 6-cylinder, DOHC Water-cooled, in-line 6-cylinder, DOHC Water-cooled, in-line 4-cylinder
Displacement(cm3) 1988 1988 1988
Max. output kW/(PS)/r.pm 118/160/6200 118/160/6200 58/79/4400
* The specifications are those of representative model grades.
* Max. output represents a net rating.
* The model numbers of these vehicles are GXS12, YXS10.
Despite the Crown name, the Crown Sedan that debuted in August 2001 was different from other models including the Royal Saloon and the Athlete, in that it used the platform of the sixth-generation Mark II (X80 series, 1988-1995). It was in essence an upgraded version of the Crown Comfort, and was mainly aimed for use by government agencies, corporations, and limousine services. In addition to the compact "5 number" version, a "3 number" version with an extended body was also available. All engines had a displacement of 2 liters, including a 6-cylinder gasoline engine, a 6-cylinder liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) engine (1G-GPE) for taxis (available for only one year from October 2001), and a 4-cylinder LPG engine (3Y-PE) that replaced the 6-cylinder version. The Super Deluxe Mild Hybrid version was added to the line in October 2002, which remained in production until April 2008. In August 2008, the LPG engine was upgraded to a DOHC VVT-i (1TR-FPE), enhancing the output from 79 PS to 116 PS.
Plant Higashifuji plant(Kanto Auto Works, Ltd)(now Higashifuji plant(Toyota Motor East Japan, Inc.))
The meaning is the same as in English.

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