2000 Toyota Crown Majesta Pictures
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2000 Toyota Crown Majesta specs: mpg, towing capacity, size, photos
The Toyota Crown Majesta (Japanese: トヨタ・クラウンマジェスタ) is a full-size premium luxury automobile, similar to the Jaguar XJ, Mercedes S-Class, Infiniti Q and BMW 7 series. The Toyota Crown Majesta shares a stretched variant of the UZS platform series from the smaller Toyota Crown and Lexus GS/ Toyota Aristo, however, it is not just a upper trim level of the Crown sedan, the Majesta is a separate car with unique styling and interior treatment. The Crown Majesta was introduced as a more substantial alternative to the smaller Toyota Crown. The Crown Majesta was developed for the Japanese Domestic Market, as a more reserved, conservative alternative to the sporty Toyota Celsior in 1989 but it has recently been released in other countries in Asia, such as China. The Toyota Crown Majesta is very well equipped when compared to its other rivals such as the BMW 7 series, Mercedes-Benz S-Class and in Japan, the Nissan Cima its traditional competitor. The Toyota Crown Majesta is even classed higher than the Toyota Celsior and lower than the Toyota Century making it Toyota's flagship mainstream car.
Used Toyota Crown Majesta
The First Toyota Crown Majesta was introduced in Japan in October 1991. It looked very similar to its sibling, the Toyota Crown. At first the Toyota Crown Majesta was a trim level variant of the Toyota Crown series, called the Crown Royal Saloon G. The Majesta was an ultra-luxurious variant of the Toyota Crown and was slightly wider and heavier, but had 2 large engine choices. the 3.0 L 2JZ-GE engine borrowed from the Lexus GS, Toyota Supra and Toyota Soarer which produced 226bhp (169kW; 229PS). The second engine offered was the 4.0L 1UZ-FE shared with the Lexus LS400. This engine was remarkably quiet and smooth and suited the Crown Majesta's comfortable and luxurious status. The 4.0 L engine had 256bhp (191kW; 260PS). In 1992, four wheel steering was offered in compliance with the four wheel drive system, called 4WDi-Four. This boosted the cars handling and gave it increased traction and grip in wet and icy conditions. The Toyota Crown Majesta was very advanced for this time. It had options of a GPS navigation system, electric power steering, four wheel steering, and a Head-up display that projected key information on the inside windshield surface, above the instrument cluster. Prices for the Crown Majesta started at USD $32,100 for the lowest spec 3.0A model and rose to USD $51,000 for the V8 with four wheel steering. There was also an option for electric front and rear seats and heated front and rear seats.
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