Toyota Crown/Cressida/Landcruiser (1964-2006) - 2020 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Toyota Crown/Cressida/Landcruiser 1964-2006 from our 2020 Japanese Classic & Performance Car Guide

Early Landcruisers, even those that have been extensively restored, aren’t as yet bringing the ridiculous money being paid in the US and other overseas markets. 1980s long-wheelbase ‘Cruisers, often with diesel engines, typically cost less than $20,000.

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Early Cressidas are showing some growth but the bigger and better-equipped 1989-93 cars remain inordinately cheap.

Early 1960s-70s Crowns remain unexpectedly affordable and get cheaper as they move into the mid-1980s. Crowns built after 1987 will be low-volume Japanese imports that come as a sedan or wagon with V8, turbo-six or diesel engines. Some cost $15,000+ but $12,000 is more realistic.

Cressida 1982-88 $5330 [13] 

Cressida 1989-93 $3530 [10]

Crown 1964-67 $6500 [2] 

Crown 1968-77 $7790 [6] 

Crown 1978-86 $4135 [7]

Crown 1997-08 $13,320 [10] 

Landcruiser 1968-74 $20,050 [9]

Landcruiser 1975-80 $30,115 [27] 

Landcruiser 1981-89 $20,225 [36]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2020 Japanese Classic & Performance Car Guide.

See the 2019 Toyota Crown/Cressida/Landcruiser market review here


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