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When it comes to RWD sports cars, Toyota knew what they were doing. Following the JZX90 chassis, the JZX100 continued the legacy of three of their most popular sports sedans, the Mark II, Chaser, and Cresta. Coming in with a complete re-design, these three models look better than ever and we at the shop are all overjoyed to be able to bring them in. The Mark II has long been described as the “base model” of the chassis, but this Mark II features several features not seen on the JZX90’s, such as oscillating dashboard vents, adjustable mirror height, traction control, heated mirrors, etc. The Tourer V also received some noticeable tweaks from the JZX90, along with the implementation of ETCS and VVTi, the engine now received forced induction through one large turbocharger as opposed to two smaller ones in a parallel configuration. According to Toyota, this smoothed out the torque curve allowing the engine to deliver more torque at a lower RPM and with VVTi, improved the car’s fuel economy.
The Mark II JZX100 Tourer V is arguably the most versatile of all the 90s legendary sports cars. It offers a smooth and comfortable ride and due to the double wishbone suspension it corners exceptionally well. It is far more practical for daily driving purposes due to it being a spacious sedan and lastly it is a pro drifters dream. Revered in the drifting community, the 1JZ can be easily built to handle more power and the longer wheelbase of the Mark II ensures more stability in transitions. Notable success in motorsport is the championship winning effort by Daigo Saito in the D1 Grand Prix who won the D1GP in 2008 driving the Toyota Mark II JZX100.
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