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Kuhusu TOYOTA Mark X

For the sporty driver who desires a touch of luxury, Toyota offers the Mark X -- an elegant vehicle whose facade understates its high-performance capabilities. The Mark X is a midsize luxury sports sedan launched in 2004, lasting two generations until 2019. High-end features and technologies are a given with the Mark X, as are reliable engines with no shortage of horsepower. A thrilling drive in lavish comfort and style awaits you in the Mark X, so keep reading to learn more about this gem from Toyota.

Origin


Designed to be the successor of the Mark II sedan, the Mark X was introduced in 2004 and targeted primarily at the domestic Japanese market. At the same time, it offered Japanese drivers a higher-end and rear-wheel-drive alternative to the successful but more modest Camry. With the Mark X, Toyota's dedication to a luxurious performance vehicle was put on full display and received with delight by Japanese drivers.

1st Generation (X120; 2004-2008)


The first generation Mark X, the X120, comes with a sleek yet bold exterior capped off by a distinctive front grille. It uses a modified platform of the 12th generation Crown that is substantially lighter, comes with a wheelbase shorter than the Mark II, and measures lower than its predecessor. These dimensions, paired with a short front overhang, make for unique proportions. For its headlights, the X120 was fitted by Toyota with combination headlamps featuring high/low beams and a fog lamp in a linear layout for a sporty touch. Its rear bumper with an integrated exhaust outlet was the first in its class.

The cabin of the X120 is massive and makes use of high-quality materials, such as the center console, which includes black leather, chrome, and a red plastic wood finish. All its seats are large, soft, comfortable, and spacious, though the front seats also offer significant under-leg and side support. The seating area of the X120 is highly versatile. The split-and-fold rear seats provide convenient access to the trunk room, and the front seatbacks can be laid flat with the back seat cushions to form a bed.

In addition to convenient features like keyless entry, automatic climate control, and power seats, the X120 boasted advanced technologies (for the time), like a touchscreen infotainment system and GPS navigation.

One of two powerful V6 six-cylinder direct injection engines can be found under the hood of the X120 -- either the 2.5L 4GR-FSE or the 3.0L 3GR-FSE. Rear-wheel drive X120s have a six-speed torque converter automatic as standard, whereas the four-wheel drive models receive a five-speed automatic.

2nd Generation (X130; 2009-2019)


At the end of the decade, Toyota released the second generation Mark X, the X130, which continued and even elevated the line's concept of sporty luxury. The inherited linear three-lamp layout marks its exterior for the headlights and tail lights that emphasize its width and lower center of gravity and character lines that accentuate its wheel arches.

Similar to the previous generation, the second generation X130 boasts ample space. Key updates included the thickened leather-wrapped steering wheel to provide better grip and the shift lever boot reminiscent of manual stick shifts -- advanced technologies such as touchscreen infotainment systems, GPS navigation, smartphone connectivity, and driver assistance systems.

The X130 comes powered by three V6 six-cylinder engines -- the 2.5 L 4GR-FSE, the 3.0 L 3GR-FE, and the 3.5 L 2GR-FSE. These are mated to a six-speed automatic transmission, although the GRMN limited production variant gets a six-speed manual.

Engine Performance & Technology


Toyota's V6 engines used in both generations of the Mark X provide abundant power delivered smoothly for a comfortable drive. These engines also feature direct-injection technology that improves engine efficiency and power output and, at the same time, reduces exhaust emissions.

The 3.5 L 2GR-FSE used in the second generation Mark X is one of Toyota's crowning achievements. The 2GR-FSE made its way to the Ward's 10 Best Engines list for 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009 and utilizes Toyota's latest D-4S twin injection fuel system. This system combines direct injection with traditional port injection, enabling specific power that places it among the top of all naturally aspirated production gasoline engines in the world. Toyota's new type of injectors with dual fan spray patterns also improve engine power, efficiency, and level of emissions.

Safety & Reliability


The Mark X has consistently received good ratings in safety assessments thanks to its comprehensive range of safety features, which includes standards like an advanced airbag system made up of front airbags for the driver and front passenger, side and curtain airbags, ABS, and EBD. Advanced safety features like lane departure warning that alerts the driver when the vehicle is veering from the lane and a blind spot monitoring system that calls attention to cars in the blind spot provide an additional layer of safety. Their availability depends on the model year and trim level.

Trim Configurations


Higher trim levels propel the level of luxury in the Mark X to even greater heights. The features found in the higher trims can include leather upholstery, power seats with memory function, and advanced audio and navigation systems. The level of safety also gets a boost in the higher trims thanks to advanced driver-assistance systems such as adaptive cruise control and lane departure warning.

In addition to higher trims, the Mark X also came in special editions like the Hong Kong- and Macau-exclusive Sports Plus with sporty features including front and rear spoilers and gear shift paddles, and the GRMN (Gazoo Racing, tuned by the Meister of the Nürburgring) limited-production variant.

Conclusion


Toyota's Mark X pushes the boundaries of the sports luxury sedan. At BE FORWARD, you can find a wide selection of Mark Xs in excellent condition and listed at competitive prices. So, whether you're in the market for a new car or looking to upgrade your current ride, BE FORWARD is the perfect place to start your search for the ideal Mark X.

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For the sporty driver who desires a touch of luxury, Toyota offers the Mark X -- an elegant vehicle whose facade understates its high-performance capabilities. The Mark X is a midsize luxury sports sedan launched in 2004, lasting two generations until 2019. High-end features and technologies are a given with the Mark X, as are reliable engines with no shortage of horsepower. A thrilling drive in lavish comfort and style awaits you in the Mark X, so keep reading to learn more about this gem from Toyota.

Origin


Designed to be the successor of the Mark II sedan, the Mark X was introduced in 2004 and targeted primarily at the domestic Japanese market. At the same time, it offered Japanese drivers a higher-end and rear-wheel-drive alternative to the successful but more modest Camry. With the Mark X, Toyota's dedication to a luxurious performance vehicle was put on full display and received with delight by Japanese drivers.

1st Generation (X120; 2004-2008)


The first generation Mark X, the X120, comes with a sleek yet bold exterior capped off by a distinctive front grille. It uses a modified platform of the 12th generation Crown that is substantially lighter, comes with a wheelbase shorter than the Mark II, and measures lower than its predecessor. These dimensions, paired with a short front overhang, make for unique proportions. For its headlights, the X120 was fitted by Toyota with combination headlamps featuring high/low beams and a fog lamp in a linear layout for a sporty touch. Its rear bumper with an integrated exhaust outlet was the first in its class.

The cabin of the X120 is massive and makes use of high-quality materials, such as the center console, which includes black leather, chrome, and a red plastic wood finish. All its seats are large, soft, comfortable, and spacious, though the front seats also offer significant under-leg and side support. The seating area of the X120 is highly versatile. The split-and-fold rear seats provide convenient access to the trunk room, and the front seatbacks can be laid flat with the back seat cushions to form a bed.

In addition to convenient features like keyless entry, automatic climate control, and power seats, the X120 boasted advanced technologies (for the time), like a touchscreen infotainment system and GPS navigation.

One of two powerful V6 six-cylinder direct injection engines can be found under the hood of the X120 -- either the 2.5L 4GR-FSE or the 3.0L 3GR-FSE. Rear-wheel drive X120s have a six-speed torque converter automatic as standard, whereas the four-wheel drive models receive a five-speed automatic.

2nd Generation (X130; 2009-2019)


At the end of the decade, Toyota released the second generation Mark X, the X130, which continued and even elevated the line's concept of sporty luxury. The inherited linear three-lamp layout marks its exterior for the headlights and tail lights that emphasize its width and lower center of gravity and character lines that accentuate its wheel arches.

Similar to the previous generation, the second generation X130 boasts ample space. Key updates included the thickened leather-wrapped steering wheel to provide better grip and the shift lever boot reminiscent of manual stick shifts -- advanced technologies such as touchscreen infotainment systems, GPS navigation, smartphone connectivity, and driver assistance systems.

The X130 comes powered by three V6 six-cylinder engines -- the 2.5 L 4GR-FSE, the 3.0 L 3GR-FE, and the 3.5 L 2GR-FSE. These are mated to a six-speed automatic transmission, although the GRMN limited production variant gets a six-speed manual.

Engine Performance & Technology


Toyota's V6 engines used in both generations of the Mark X provide abundant power delivered smoothly for a comfortable drive. These engines also feature direct-injection technology that improves engine efficiency and power output and, at the same time, reduces exhaust emissions.

The 3.5 L 2GR-FSE used in the second generation Mark X is one of Toyota's crowning achievements. The 2GR-FSE made its way to the Ward's 10 Best Engines list for 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009 and utilizes Toyota's latest D-4S twin injection fuel system. This system combines direct injection with traditional port injection, enabling specific power that places it among the top of all naturally aspirated production gasoline engines in the world. Toyota's new type of injectors with dual fan spray patterns also improve engine power, efficiency, and level of emissions.

Safety & Reliability


The Mark X has consistently received good ratings in safety assessments thanks to its comprehensive range of safety features, which includes standards like an advanced airbag system made up of front airbags for the driver and front passenger, side and curtain airbags, ABS, and EBD. Advanced safety features like lane departure warning that alerts the driver when the vehicle is veering from the lane and a blind spot monitoring system that calls attention to cars in the blind spot provide an additional layer of safety. Their availability depends on the model year and trim level.

Trim Configurations


Higher trim levels propel the level of luxury in the Mark X to even greater heights. The features found in the higher trims can include leather upholstery, power seats with memory function, and advanced audio and navigation systems. The level of safety also gets a boost in the higher trims thanks to advanced driver-assistance systems such as adaptive cruise control and lane departure warning.

In addition to higher trims, the Mark X also came in special editions like the Hong Kong- and Macau-exclusive Sports Plus with sporty features including front and rear spoilers and gear shift paddles, and the GRMN (Gazoo Racing, tuned by the Meister of the Nürburgring) limited-production variant.

Conclusion


Toyota's Mark X pushes the boundaries of the sports luxury sedan. At BE FORWARD, you can find a wide selection of Mark Xs in excellent condition and listed at competitive prices. So, whether you're in the market for a new car or looking to upgrade your current ride, BE FORWARD is the perfect place to start your search for the ideal Mark X.

BE FORWARD : Magari bora yaliyohifadhiwa nchini Japani, Singapore, Uingereza, UAE, Thailand na Korea, yanawasilishwa kwa usalama ulimwenguni kote hadi mahali ulipo.

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