The Toyota Mark X is a mid-size luxury sedan that was primarily sold in Japan. The 2006 model represents a specific generation of the Mark X. Here are some key features and specifications of the 2006 Toyota Mark X:
The 2006 Toyota Mark X came with a range of engine options, including inline-six and V6 engines. The specific engines available may vary depending on the trim level and market.
Some of the engines included a 2.5-liter V6 and a 3.0-liter V6.
It typically came with a 6-speed automatic transmission, although a manual transmission might have been available for certain variants.
The Mark X was known for its sporty character and good performance, with the more powerful engine options providing strong acceleration.
Luxury and Comfort:
The interior of the 2006 Mark X featured a well-appointed cabin with comfortable seating, quality materials, and modern design.
Common features included power windows, power locks, power seats, leather upholstery, and a premium sound system.
Some higher trim levels might have offered additional luxury features such as navigation, advanced audio systems, and more.
Safety features included airbags for the driver and front passenger, anti-lock brakes (ABS), and traction control.
Depending on the trim level and market, additional safety features may have been available.
The Toyota Mark X was primarily sold in the Japanese domestic market (JDM) but was also available in some other countries, particularly in Asia.
The Mark X gained popularity in Japan and some other markets for its combination of performance and luxury features.
It was seen as a sportier alternative to the Toyota Crown, which was known for its luxury and comfort.
The Mark X was discontinued in 2019 and replaced by the Toyota Mirai in some markets.