The 2.7-liter Toyota 2TR-FE engine has been assembled since 2004 at factories in Japan and Indonesia for large pickups and SUVs. This motor was originally equipped with a VVT-i phase regulator at the intake, and in 2015 a newer Dual VVT-i system appeared already on two shafts.
The TR family also includes an engine: 1TR‑FE.
The engine was installed on:
- Toyota 4Runner N280 since 2009;
- Toyota Fortuner AN60 in 2004 – 2015; Fortuner AN160 since 2015;
- Toyota HiAce H200 since 2004;
- Toyota Hilux AN30 in 2004 – 2015; Hilux AN130 since 2015;
- Toyota Innova AN40 in 2004 – 2015; Innova AN140 since 2015;
- Toyota Land Cruiser Prado J120 in 2004 – 2009; Land Cruiser Prado J150 since 2009.
|Production years||since 2004|
|Power output, hp||150 – 160 (VVT-i version)
155 – 165 (Dual VVT-i version)
|Torque output, Nm||240 – 245|
|Cylinder block||cast iron R4|
|Block head||aluminum 16v|
|Cylinder bore, mm||95|
|Piston stroke, mm||95|
|Compression ratio||9.6 (VVT-i version)
10.2 (Dual VVT-i version)
|Phase regulator||VVT-i at the intake
|Recommended engine oil||5W-20|
|Engine oil capacity, liter||5.5|
|Fuel type||92 (VVT-i version)
95 (Dual VVT-i version)
|Euro standards||EURO 3/4 (VVT-i version)
EURO 4/5 (Dual VVT-i version)
|Fuel consumption, L/100 km (for Toyota 4Runner 2010)
|Engine lifespan, km||~400 000|
Disadvantages of the 2TR-FE engine
Like its predecessor, the Toyota 2TR engine is extremely reliable and stable. The only weak point is the crankshaft front oil seal (especially on models before 2008). Periodically, it leaks. It needs to be replaced with a more modern copy. It happens that engines begin to vibrate in cold weather. The reason lies in the automatic transmission. It is necessary to replace the oil in it. With constant maintenance, refueling only with high-quality gasoline and filling with the oil recommended by the manufacturer, the durability of the unit can be extended to the maximum possible limit.