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Will 2023 Toyota Crown be Popular? (With Video)

2023 Toyota Crown is sleek, sporty, and luxury all in one. But will people want it?

One of the newest Toyota new vehicle launches I have been following very closely is the 2023 Crown. In fact, I have wondered if this could potentially be my next future ride (maybe a Limited with Advanced Technology Package?).

I like it that much – so far at least.

2023 Toyota Crown Features
2023 Toyota Crown Limited Oxygen White profile view front end
Crown Limited - Oxygen White

The Toyota Crown was revealed this Summer to great fanfare. People seemed to really like the exterior styling, the interior cabin, and the modern technology at first impression time.

Crown will come to market with three familiar trim levels – XLE, Limited, and Platinum.

2023 Crown Powertrain

The 2023 Crown Platinum has standard HYBRID MAX – the combination of a 2.4-liter turbo hybrid engine with direct-shift 6-speed automatic transmission. This produces an estimated 340 horsepower and will get 28 mpg.

Crown XLE and Limited, on the other hand, will utilize the 2.5-liter Toyota Hybrid System. Horsepower estimates are not yet released, but these trim levels should get 28 miles per gallon.

People Comment on 2023 Toyota Crown

I have devoted a significant volume of my “ToyotaJeff Reviews” Instagram page posts and reels videos to Toyota Crown material.

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My Crown reels videos have proven to be much more popular than I would have imagined. In fact, the Toyota Crown videos on my page have gotten 10 million total views in just a short time.

Just look at a sampling of the comments from my Instagram page viewers.

User @shahab.khan.775 marveled. “Wow outstanding.”

“It’s a beautiful car.” Proclaimed user @frankieh627.

“I am truly interested to see how many folks are planning on buying this vehicle.” Yes, me too @jamesavibe.

User @john.d.bates commented. “I’m going to trade my ‘22 Corolla Hybrid for a Crown. I love the 2 color of the Platinum but I’ll probably pick the Limited.”

VIDEO YOU MAY LIKE: My 2023 Crown Limited review

“Such a beauty!!! I wish Toyota would have used the crown logo! My next vehicle for sure since the Avalon is done.” Added @monsieurpaull.

Time for Your Toyota Crown Comments

I will keep you updated on all 2023 Toyota Crown news as I get it. My first reviews in person were extremely positive. I hope to be able to drive the Crown soon and be able to bring you my driving impressions.

What do you think of Toyota Crown so far?

Thanks for reading everyone. See you next story.

Jeff Teague - I have been involved in the auto industry for nearly 20 years. I enjoy learning and sharing the most up-to-date news and information. My other talent is creating informative and entertaining automotive videos. I’ve been building and growing my Toyota YouTube channel “Toyotajeff” for the last 5 years. I take pride in delivering informative automotive news, how-to information, and reviews. My background serves me well with my writing. I hope you enjoy the news I bring you. Follow me on Youtube, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and send me news tips please.

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The popularity may be more of a statement about how hideous all their current styling has become. Would have been nice if they put more effort into the bZ4X, especially the interior and charging, instead of pushing their “best” into a new ICE vehicle line.
What platform is this car built on? An existing or a new platform. What segment does this car compete, Camry or Corolla? Does the engine use 0W-20 or 0W-16 motor oil? Wheelbase? Overall length, again to get an idea where it fits in the Toyota lineup. Interior looks cramped. What's the MSRP?
Less interested in the Crown than the Toyota Avalan. Would'nd get a turbocharged engine and an electric motor.Sounds like it could be an expensive endevour and aggravating ownership after the warranty expires. Waitng now for the MazdaCX-70 which comes supposedly with aV6 and rearwheeldrive.