With just 23,000km on the clock, this factory-fresh Crown literally drove like a new car.
There's nothing like a well-kept and low-kilometre car, and this 2JZ-powered Crown had just one-owner in Japan.
Low kilometre cars are usually the best.
You don’t want examples with zero miles on the dial – rather ones that have travelled 20,000-to-30,000km. In our experience of buying low-mile vehicles, it’s the ones seldom used that are often in the best condition.
They’re usually maintained every year, fitted with a new set of tyres every second year and generally driven on occasion and used properly. This example was just that, having travelled a mere 23,000km in its 28-years of existence.
About the car pictured – 1995 Toyota Crown Royal Saloon G
This Toyota Crown was built in March 1995 and is a “Royal Saloon G” trim level.
That means it’s powered by a legendary 2JZ-Ge 3.0-litre straight-six engine and fitted with a four-speed automatic.
Standard kit includes a digital dash, remote central locking, electric front seats, electric reclining rear seats, cruise control, air purifier, rear climate control, and a CD player
Having travelled just 23,000km, it presented genuinely as-new.
What makes this car special:
- 2jZ-GE 3.0-litre straight-six engine
- Rear-wheel drive
- G trim with digital dash and extras
- Zero rust / no corrosion
With its badge denoting prestige, the Toyota Crown has always been the aspirational choice in Toyota's Japanese Domestic Market line-up.