The History of Toyota Paseo

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The History Of Toyota Paseo

The Paseo (known as the Cynos in and other regions) was a sporty car released in 1991 and was loosely on the Toyota Tercel. It was available as a and in later models as a convertible. stopped selling the car in the United in 1997, however the car continued to be in Canada, Europe and Japan 1999, before being by the Echo in 2000. The Paseo, the Tercel, shares a similar to the Toyota Starlet. Several are interchangeable between the three.

The first generation of the Paseo was from 1991 to 1995. on the Tercel, the Paseo featured a 1.5 L E 5E-FE I4 engine. In most the Paseo’s engine was rated at 100 hp rpm) and 91ft·lbf (124Nm@3200 of torque. In California and other with California level standards, it was rated at 93hp and 100lbf·ft (136Nm) of torque. It was with either a 5-speed transmission or a 4-speed automatic.

The second generation of the Paseo was in 1996. Apart from modernizing in the engine electronics, the noticeable change was in the body In 1997, a convertible model was However, this was the last the Paseo was sold in the United Toyota stopped selling the completely in 1999. In order to emissions levels, the second Paseo’s engine was reduced to the specifications as the California CARB delivering 93 hp (69kW) and 100lbf·ft this, another E series the 5E-FE I4 engine.

It was sold in Britain from to 1998, but was withdrawn due to slow as its bland styling failed to the number of customers that might have hoped.

had three models in the Paseo ST, being the base Paseo, Si the more advanced model, 14 inch Alloy Wheels, CD Player, Colour keyed spoiler with 3rd brake and Anti-lock Brakes. Then was the Limited Edition, Galliano. The was based on the Paseo Si, having all the and more. The Paseo Galliano of a colour keyed chin (also Optional Extra to Paseo models), mud guards, (576) paintwork with decals down the sides. with the sporty, slightly 15 inch Alloy Wheels low profile 195/50 Tyres. The gen Paseo’s colour codes are as Sunburst Red: 3E5. White: 040. Quicksilver 1AO. Tropicana (metallic): Azure (metallic): 8K9. Black (metallic, Only on the Si model): 205.

Note* Since 1996 have changed the names of the If buying paint refer to code as that still the same.

Britain never saw the Paseo only personally imported reached the UK, and they are very to find for sale unless you can use an site to import them Japan. Toyota’s UK Models came with one engine, the only produced 89bhp 90PS) in the UK spec. The 1497 cc 1.5 engine is fairly eager and well, but the top speed, marked by is 112miles per hour (180km/h).

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