68,063 Original Miles


Automatic Transmission
3.0L Inline 6
190 hp @ 5600 RPM*
185 lb/ft torque @ 4400 RPM*
Capable 0-60 MPH: 8.8 seconds
Top Speed: 124 MPH
*Base Price in 1991: $22,198


*Seller Asking:



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Fast Facts:
  • The Cressida’s DOHC Inline 6 engine (7M-GE) came straight from the Supra MKIII, albeit with 10 less horsepower. Power is sent to the rear wheels
  • The Cressida was one of the most expensive Japanese cars on the market ($10,000 more than a base Camry). A fully loaded Cressida is equivalent to over $50k in today’s money
  • The rear suspension was double wishbone with unequal length control arms, a design that was inspired by the Supra
  • The seat belts are motorized and automatically retract
  • To minimize the number of buttons on the dashboard, Toyota created a climate control panel that hides nearly half of its controls. When needed, the driver presses the “open” button, where a panel slides out containing additional buttons for fan speed and air flow direction
  • The transmission has a “power button” that increases the RPM shift points when pressed (similar in concept to today’s “sport mode”)
  • The introduction of the Lexus LS 400 made the Cressida irrelevant, and Toyota ended production in 1992
Key Model Year Changes:
  • The front grille receives a facelift, and features the new Toyota “T” logo
  • A simpler climate control interface replaces complex retracting control panel
  • New alloy wheels with brighter finish
  • The 4th (and last) generation Cressida (MX83) ends U.S production in 1992


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by Patrick
Published: March 31, 2021 (3 months ago)
Newbury Park

I bought this car from a friend who was turning 92 and had decided to stop driving. Her husband bought her the car new. She said she never drove the car if it even looked too hot or cold or that it might rain, they would drive his car. It has always been garaged. Betty was a petite lady and a neat person. The car is really in nice shape. I had known Betty for about 20 years. Unfortunately she passed shortly after selling me the car. Anyway it has the Supra engine, automatic transmission, leather interior and sunroof. It has really nice alloys and the trunk is immaculate. As for the defects, the antenna mast is broken, the right front mud flap needs repaint and there is something splashed on the lower left, visible in the photos. Also there is a tiny hole in the driver’s headlamp. Air conditioning blows cold, heater blows hot. She runs and drives awesomely. I am open to offers, and would really love for someone who appreciates what this car is to be it’s new guardian.

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