Toyota Mark II was available in mutiple trim levels. New for this production run was the introduction of All-wheel drive to Grande and Grande G as well as the use of Toyota's new VVti system on its engines. Also new this year was the standaridization of ABS and a new electronic traction control system. The groire trim level was also dropped for this production run. The Tourer trim level carried on from the X90 series in both Tourer S and Tourer V. The Tourer S was powered by a naturally aspirated 1JZ-GE and mated to a 4-speed automatic.
The Tourer V received some noticeable tweaks from its X90 series counterpart: 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.
An owner of Drilug Mark2 from Vancouver BC.
This is his second purchase with JPC. First one was Skyline GTR BNR32 which is most clean GTR in Canada. He Still drives GTR but He wants to keep His GTR for truck and show use only, so he decided to buy a JZX100 for daily driver. Alothough he said he's not going to drive OEM. He wanted to make a drilug style (Luxury x Drift). Once we found Nice OEM Mark2 we ordered lots of parts and built it like this.