|Brand||Model||Type||Sub Type||VIN||Year||Mileage(KM)||Engine Size||Power(kw)||Transmission|
|Fuel Type||Color||Emission Standard||Dimension||Engine Mode||Door||Seating Capacity||Steering||Intake Type||Drive|
|Petrol||Black||China IV||4855/1780/1480||3GR-FE||4||5||LHD||Natural Aspiration||front engine rear drive|
The Toyota Crown is reputedly extremely reliable — it is known in the trade as ‘over-engineered’, or built to a higher standard than required. Our research found no specific issues to look out for, but as always, ensure the vehicle has been regularly serviced.
The 2.5-litre V6 engine uses a timing chain rather than a cambelt. This means it is unlikely to ever need replacement, but its tensioners and the water pump should be part of a major service every 90,000km.
The Toyota Crown is a relatively niche model, sold new primarily in Japan. We couldn't find applicable crash testing information.
Our review vehicle has a reasonable level of safety equipment, with driver and passenger airbags, anti-lock braking, electronic stability control and electronic brake-force distribution. A reversing camera is standard on most of these cars.
A small number of Crowns made from 2006 have adaptive cruise control and a radar-based collision warning system, which will sound an alarm if you are at risk of running into the car in front of you.
The back seat features full three-point seatbelts in all three positions, and ISOFIX child seat mounts and tethers in the window seat positions.