Toyota Chaser: Facts, Discussion Forum, and Encyclopedia Article

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Toyota Chaser

at Toyota Store dealerships.

The Toyota has been known as one of the ‘triplet of Toyota, because it shares the chassis with the Toyota II, available at Toyopet Store and the Cresta, and afforded Toyota the to sell one platform at two different sales channels. Most of the use double wishbone suspension coil springs, especially with the X81 series. The Chaser and its sisters are considered a rung the Crown

Toyota Crown

The Crown is a line of full-size sedans by Toyota. The range was available in Japan and some Asian countries, originally to serve as a taxi.

allowing to offer a sedan with levels of luxury content, yet buyers lower tax liability and a sporty image with a smaller body length, by the 2.5 litre 1-JZ engine. The initially was the competitor to the Nissan coupe and sedan.

1st Generation

The Chaser was first produced in 1977 with chassis X30, X31, X40 and X41. were powered by the 4 cylinder 1.8 L 4 cylinder 2.0 L 18R-U and 6 cylinder 2.0 L engines — all single cam tuned for economy rather performance. All models were as typical of larger Toyota In order to provide buyers a luxury sports sedan, but not tax consequences for exceeding dimension the vehicle was limited to an engine at 2000cc as well as dimensions 4.7 m (15.4 ft) long, 1.7 m (5.6 ft) and 2 m (6.6 ft) high. The Chaser was as a competitor to the Nissan Skyline and sedan.

2nd Generation (1980-1984)

Production to the X51 and X61 Chaser in 1980, with the of the 6 cylinder 2.0 L 1G-EU (single and 1G-GE (twincam) engines. styles offered were a door sedan and 4 door no longer offering the 2 door with this generation. The trim level had a sport suspension using Michelin This generation saw a new competitor Nissan called the Nissan with a lower asking in comparison to the Japanese market the Skyline.

3rd Generation (1984-1988)

series first appeared in 1984. The Avante series introduced became a luxury starting with this and body styles were again to a 4 door hardtop The exterior dimensions of this car slightly smaller in comparison to cars Mark II and Cresta, but the was more performance oriented, maintaining the advanced features and interior of the Cresta. October Mark II / Cresta 1G-GTEU equipped with GT twin has appeared. Disc brakes are in diameter, and was now equipped with seats, but Toyota’s TEMS suspension wasn’t installed. Chaser GT twin turbo S MT that there was only upgrades (early types

Minor change in August 1G-GEU engine improvements, LPG change 3Y-PU, larger front grille and changes in, efforts were made to the Was popular in early-type rear lamps are kept to a minor January 1987 a special Lordley was released, May 1987 a edition Chaser Avante was August 1987 special New Extra XG Chaser was released. 1987 2L, 2L-T 1986 car compliance engine was introduced. 1988 special edition Supra released as a companion to the generation Supra. April special edition with XG Auto Air Conditioner launch.

4th (1989-1992)

In 1989, the X81 series of were introduced to the Japanese The following models were XL, XG, Raffine, SXL, Avante, Twin Cam 24, GT Twin Turbo and G, with the GT Twin Turbo the most powerful variant, by the 1G-GTE engine putting out 210 PS at rpm. The Avante G model was the special edition model in of equipment.

In August 1989, 2 models were added to the lineup: the Avante G-L, an more luxurious model of the G (which was already highly for a car of the time), and the new Avante G, with a 3.0 L aspirated 7M-GE engine the 2.0 L supercharged 1G-GZE from the model.

In August 1990, there major revisions to the entire lineup and some of the models entirely new engines. The top-range Avante G and GT Twin Turbo, the new 2.5 L 1JZ engine, the same type powered Toyota’s contemporary car, the JZA70 Supra, the 3.0 L Avante G remained part of the The Avante G 2.5 received a normally 1JZ-GE engine with a 180 PS at 6000 rpm, while the GT Turbo received the powerful 1JZ-GTE twin turbo capable of 280 PS at 6200 rpm, the horsepower allowed under regulations.

5th Generation (1992-1996)

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In 1992, the X90 Chaser replaced the X81 Chaser. It had a larger body, handling and more engine The body was curvier and the car was significantly The Chaser lineup was largely over from the X81 Chaser the GT Twin Turbo, which was and replaced by the new Tourer V. The top-of-the-line G model received a 220 PS normally 2JZ-GE, the next evolution of the JZ of engines (the most being the 2JZ-GTE twin which powered the JZA80 released in the same year). The V was still powered by the 1JZ-GTE carried over from the GT Turbo model. There was a manual transmission version of the V, suitable for the car’s sporty characteristics, and a Tourer S model, was basically the Tourer V minus a In September 1992, the Tourer received equipment upgrades, not to the level of the Avante G, and their were correspondingly higher.

With the retirement of the Cressida after the X81 generation, only the II, Chaser, and Cresta were in the Japanese car market. Each of the of the Cressida family supposedly had characteristics: the Chaser was geared sporty driving, the Cresta luxury, and the Mark II was the baseline although the cars mostly in front and rear ends doors for the Cresta)

6th Generation

In September 1996, the X100 replaced the X90 Chaser. By this the Chaser had become a more sedan; for many, it was the definitive and the best-looking model. The product consisted mostly of Avantes and with the Avante as the luxury (with more interior and the Tourer as the sporty model large 16-inch wheels). VVTi, the company’s version of timing, was added to the 1JZ engines; were also upgraded to out more torque, since had already reached the legal set by Japanese authorities regarding The 1JZ-GTE was powered by a single configuration instead of the twin of its predecessors. New to the lineup was the Avante and the Avante Four G Package the Avante 2.5 L with a full-time 4WD These cars were available in 4-speed electronic type (ECT) automatic The Tourer V and automatic-only Avante G 3.0 L had the option of electronic control lockup attaching 4 speed (intelligent) (ECT-iE) transmission, the ECT-E automatic in the lower-end

In 1997 the lineup remained unchanged, although a basic 2.0 L model was added. The Tourer was by a 1G-FE engine, capable of 140 PS at rpm. It was sold with the 4-speed electronic control (ECT) automatic transmission.

In the basic Tourer received the manual gearbox and a 4WD option for Avante models; the Avante S Package received a higher interior. Additionally, the Chaser a facelift, with the most changes to the rear tail Other changes included new fog with a slightly redesigned bar to accommodate them, different fabric, a 3-spoke steering instead of 4 spokes, orange lighting instead of white and a with 2 horizontal bars of 3.

Toyota ceased producing the in late 2000. It was replaced a new model called the Verossa

Toyota Verossa

The Toyota was a sedan produced by the Toyota Company for Japanese domestic The Verossa allowed Toyota to a car that complied with government regulations concerning dimensions and engine displacement, and buyers a sedan that to offer a.

which shares the model code. The Cresta the same fate, but the Mark II for another generation (X110) it was also discontinued. In 2004, the X120 Mark X was introduced in incorporating many characteristics of Chasers (and also the similar to the Chaser like the II and the Cresta). In fact, the aim of the Mark X is to the characteristics of the 3 models into one model.

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Toyota Cresta sedan
Toyota Cresta sedan
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