Farewell, Mark: Toyota removes Mark X from production. There will be no replacement

Farewell, Mark: Toyota removes Mark X from production. There will be no replacement

April 24, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

Toyota Motor announced that in December 2019 it will remove the Mark X sedan from production. The story of the legendary model will end there – there will be no new Mark.

To the imminent completion of the production of the iconic product, Toyota released its farewell version – it will be offered in versions 250S Final Edition (rear-wheel drive) and 250S Four Final Edition (all-wheel drive).

The final Mark X is different from the usual modification of stylistic features. Outside, it can be recognized by the 18-inch alloy wheels of the original design and the abundance of chrome moldings in the front bumper. Inside, the special equipment has a combined seat trim (synthetic leather + Alcantara), with the side parts of the seats and door cards painted red. The body of the latest version of the brand is painted in one of three colors: White Pearl Crystal Shine (white mother of pearl), Silver Metallic (silver) or Precious Black Pearl (black mother of pearl). Under the hood of the farewell version, a standard 2.5-liter gasoline engine 4GR-FSE with a power of 203 hp is installed, it is aggregated with a 6-speed automatic transmission. The basic equipment Final Edition included parking assistance. The farewell sedan costs in Japan from 3,331,800 yen.


The brands were present in the Toyota range for over 50 years – the first Mark II appeared in 1968. The current Mark X generation X130 is available from 2009, this is the eleventh generation model.

In January, we recall, was released racing Toyota Mark X GRMN, its circulation – 350 copies.

Why Toyota decided to abandon the Mark X is not specified, but the reason is obvious: rear-wheel drive sedan has too limited demand, besides, the degree of unification of its platform with other Toyota cars is very low, which entails high production cost. This moment is especially sensitive in the light of the fact that in recent years, Toyota has been shifting its cars to a single TNGA modular platform.