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The History of Toyota Sprinter VAN

The Of Toyota Sprinter VAN

The Toyota was a compact car manufactured by the Japanese Toyota as a variation of the Toyota Each generation of the Corolla had a version of the Sprinter.

The Sprinter was in the United States as the Chevrolet and the Geo Prizm. The Nova and Prizm manufactured in Fremont, California, USA by a joint venture between and General Motors. The Nova was manufactured in Australia as a joint between Toyota and General — Holden.

The Sprinter was never as a hatchback until the name was to Toyota Allex in 1999. Now it is as Toyota Blade 2006.

The generation Sprinter was introduced in 1968 as a fastback version of the generation Corolla. This was the version to include the word in its name. Like the rest of the range, the 1077 cc K engine was to the 1166 cc 3K engine in September

In May 1970, the Sprinter was released as a of the second generation Corolla Toyota had promised it’s dealers in Japan that would receive exclusive to sell the Corolla. In order to through a second dealer the Sprinter was no longer called a even though the differences mostly cosmetic.

In Japan, the 3K was supplemented by a 1407 cc T engine in 1970. Some markets the 1588 cc 2T engine in March With the twincam 2T-G the vehicle was known as the Sprinter

As special model called the Trueno J had everything the Trueno had it used the single cam, carburettor 2T-B engine.

brought the third generation based on the third generation coupe, 2 door sedan, 4 sedan and liftback. Once the differences between the Corolla and were mostly cosmetic. received a more formal grill, while the coupe and received a sleeker, aerodynamic frontal treatment.

The Corolla’s were given codes while the Sprinter’s given corresponding E41-47 When the Corolla range a minor update in March to become the E50-55 series, the received a corresponding update to the E60 series.

The 1979 fourth Sprinter was based on the fourth Corolla coupe, 2 door 4-door sedan and liftback. As the differences were cosmetic — the had a simpler treatment of the grill, lights and tail lights the Sprinter used a slightly complex, sculptured treatment.

The generation Sprinter was based on the fifth generation Corolla Like the Corolla, the model was split into FWD and RWD models. was the last generation of Sprinters to RWD, so it remains a favourite of car enthusiasts — particularly in drifting.

Fame was brought to this by its appearance in the Initial D Japanese

The Japanese market Sprinter was as the following models:

The AE82 sedan had slightly different lamps compared to the AE82 4 side windows, inclined different tail lamps the was placed a little higher and aero grills were the AE86 levins, it had an overall with the AE86 Levin The RWD Sprinter came with head lamps (the had fixed head lamps) and the bumper was raised a little to them.

The US Corolla GTS shared the lamps with the Japanese AE86 Sprinter but with differences. The Sprinter sold in was actually identical to a Japanese Corolla in all of its specifications (eg no pop-up lamps, Japanese market lamps).

FWD grades:

ZX, SX

DX,Special DX

XL, Super XL, XL

SE, SE Saloon, Riviere

SR, GT twincam 16

RWD

XL, SE, SR, GT, GTV, GT Apex, Black

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The sixth generation Sprinter was on the sixth generation Corolla introduced in May 1987. They offered as FWD full time The Sprinter was offered as a sedan, 5-door liftback and wagon.

The and liftback had the same front but different rear ends. The JDM Sprinter coupe had pop head but in this generation the RWD model was and all coupes were FWD.

The E9X were offered with a of engines:

Out of all these engines the 20v Silver Top was a revolutionary engine it was offered in 1991, with like VVT, individual bodies (ITB’s), a compression of 10.8:1 and 5 valves per cylinder. helped the car to accelerate from km/h in approximately 6 seconds and a top speed of over 200 km/h. was no other engine at that that offered a 5 valve although Mitsubishi claimed it offered one in the early 80′s.

EXTERIOR The e90 models started in 1988 and ended in mid 1991.like models it got mid life face called (ZENKI)1st face 2nd face. the GT versions as usually got a lip and a spoiler at the back.

The Sprinter was as the following models:

The Sprinter was in the following grades:

MX,MXsaloon, SE, XL, GT

The seventh generation Sprinter was on the seventh generation Corolla introduced in June, 1991.

The generation Sprinter was based on the generation Corolla range May, 1996. This is the time Toyota used the badge. After this, used the Allex badge for the

The E110 Sprinter was only in the Japanese market as a sedan. Its was similar to the E110 Corolla but were small differences the Sprinter badges in the front and the interior.

Engines:

2E-E, 4A-FE, 4A-GE (16-valve), (20-valve), 2C

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