What engine is in the Toyota Mark 2?
The Mark II Blit uses six-cylinder engines with an optional turbocharger that was discontinued in May 2006, as a result of Japan’s emission standards in 2005. The engines used were the 2.0 L 1G-FE, 2.5 L 1JZ-FSE, 2.5 L 1JZ-GE, and 2.5 L single-turbocharged 1JZ-GTE.
Is the Toyota Mark II RWD?
The best part is that (as you would have expected) Mark II is a rear wheel drive car. Performance: The engine used in this car is a 2.4 litre 2L-TE turbo-diesel I4 producing 97 bhp and 221 Nm as output. However, the redeeming quality of this car is the RWD layout, which is rather rare in the Indian car market.
How much horsepower does a Toyota Mark 2 have?
|Toyota Mark II X110 2.0 Grande Engine Technical Data
|Compression Ratio :
|Maximum power – Output – Horsepower :
|160 PS or 158 bhp or 118 kW @ 6200 rpm
|Maximum torque :
|200.0 Nm or 147 lb.ft @ 6200 rpm
|Drive wheels – Traction – Drivetrain :
When did the Toyota Mark 2 get a turbo?
The Mark II (and its sister cars) received a Twin Turbo version of the 1G inline-six in October 1985. This powerful engine made the earlier turbocharged M-TE engine superfluous and it was discontinued.
What kind of transmission does Toyota Mark 2 have?
Transmissions offered were an automatic transmission with three speeds for export and two speeds in Japan, or a choice of either a four- or three-speed manual transmission. The RT62 sedans and the RT72 coupé feature the 1.9-litre 8R four-cylinder engine, unique to the Mark II.
Where can I buy a Toyota Mark II?
So as to continue to offer Mark II customers the option of purchasing a station wagon at Toyopet Store locations, Toyota introduced the Toyota Mark II Qualis which was nearly identical to the Camry-based station wagon called the Camry Gracia. The Gracia was exclusive to Toyota Corolla Store locations next to the Camry.
How tall is the Toyota Mark II car?
The height of the Mark II is lower at 1,405 mm (55.3 in) over 1,420 mm (55.9 in) for the sedan, but higher at 1,374 mm (54.1 in) for the coupé.