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The Toyota Crown has been around since 1955 as it became famous for its reliability and security. It is now in its 14th generation model with two distinct lines. For the luxurious and formal, the Royal Series is recommended. If you want to remain sporty and luxurious, the Athlete Series line is available. The Royal Series is packed with a 2.5L while the Athlete Series boasts a 3.5L for extra power. The automatic transmission (AT) is available for all models while manual transmission (MT) is only available until 1999. Choose between the two-wheel drive (2WD) and the four-wheel drive (4WD) for an excellent pull.
Available in a vast series of generations and grades, the Crown is diverse. For example, in its 12th generation, the Crown offered a lineup of the royal series and athlete series with distinct features. The Royal series models are three-dimensional, with the front grill emphasizing fine texture, smoke-painted headlamps, and rear combination lamps with a sense of depth. Meanwhile, in the athlete series, a front bumper adopting a three-part lower grill at the opening of the bumper, a front grill emphasizing a stereoscopic effect and feeling, a headlamp emphasizing smoke-like painting and a rear combination lamp were added to its exterior design.
Some of the hi-tech equipment included in the Crowns' grades includes advanced safety features such as lane keeping assist that supports the steering operation (optional depending on the grade), the detection of an illegal intrusion by radio waves and an automatic alarm with intrusion sensor.