Toyota Crown/Cressida/Landcruiser 1964-2008 - 2019 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Toyota Crown/Cressida/Landcruiser 1964-2008

The money still being lavished on elderly Landcruisers is extraordinary and finding one that isn’t too pampered to be taken near a bush track is proving difficult. Still, our 1970s Cruiser average is nothing like the money being paid in the USA.

Moving into the realms of six-cylinder sedans we find Cressida MX70s from the mid-1980s at less than $5000 and the more powerful and impressive MX80 for only a little more.

Toyota Crowns haven’t been sold new in Australia since the 1980s but the market has taken a fancy to Japanese domestic versions.

Recent imports come in a range of engine and trim specs and around $12,000 should buy an Athlete – yes, an athletic Crown –’[ with wagon bodywork and twin-turbo power.

Cressida 1982-88 $4615 [15] 

Cressida 1989-93 $5100 [21]

Crown 1964-67 $8700 [2] 

Crown 1968-86 $5430 [18]

Crown 1997-08 $14,200 [29] 

Landcruiser 1968-74 $17,830 [7]

Landcruiser 1975-80 $25,695 [24] 

Landcruiser 1981-88 $21,770 [18]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2019 Japanese car Market Value Guide.


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