Tribute to an easy and gorgeous sedan
When a nameplate has clocked 45 years in the auto industry, you can safely say it has been there, done that, seen it at all and had it all, literary. And so, the Toyota Mark X is walking down its final editions.
That is truly moving out like a legend and leaving an indelible mark in the world. The Mark X has been around for over four decades, having started life as the Mark II. To bid goodbye to this greatly admirable sedan, Toyota put through a Final Edition of the 250S and 250S Four beginning April 2019.
The final edition of any car brings around some melee and celebration is never too far. It is mostly in the offings gifted the pieces, making them unique and everlastingly outstanding.
For the Mark X Final Edition bot, exterior and interior features are sleek and superbly finished. It starts with the 18-inch dual-spoke alloy wheels and a hefty custom front bumper. Customers choose from a range of three colors: White Pearl Crystal Shine, Silver Metallic, and Precious Black Pearl.
Things get better inside with the dual-tone black and red synthetic leather upholstery on the seats and the door panels that is finished with red contrast stitching. Then there is Toyota’s Intelligent Clearance Sonar with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert safety tech as standard, which crowns the existence of this car as futuristic, though it is bowing out.
Mark X no doubt falls in the class of the cars that came, saw, did it and conquered. As it bows out, we salute it immensely.