Toyota Mark II Blit
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|Successor||Toyota Mark X Zio|
Toyota Mark X
|Car body style||5-door Station wagon|
|Automobile layout||Front-engine design, Rear-wheel drive / Four-wheel drive|
|Transmission (mechanics)||5-speed automatic |
|Wheelbase||2780 mm (109.4 in)|
|Length||4775 mm (188 in)|
|Width||1760 mm (69.3 in)|
|Height||1485 mm (58.5 in)|
|Curb weight||1885 kg (4156 lb)|
The Mark II Blit was the replacement of the Toyota Mark II Qualis, and shared a platform with the Mark II rear wheel drive sedan. The Mark II Qualis, which was essentially the (SXV20) Camry Gracia wagon, with front wheel drive. The Blit was introduced January 2002 after the Crown Estate and Caldina wagons ended production starting June 2007 due to consolidation efforts. The Blit was replaced by the Mark X Zio. The Blit was a rear drive vehicle with optional AWD and not a wagon version of the Camry, which was front wheel drive. The Blit used Straight-6 engines with an optional turbo that was discontinued May 2006. The engines used were the 2.0 L 1G-FE, 2.5 L 1JZ-FSE, 2.5 L 1JZ-GE, and 2.5 L 1JZ-GTE turbo.
September 26, 2007, the Blit was replaced by the Mark X Zio.