Engine Toyota 4ZZ-FE

Since the first models, Toyota Corolla engines are known for their reliability, performance and long service life. To date, 12 generations of power units have been produced. Toyota’s ZZ inline engines are equipped with a pair of chain-driven camshafts. The cylinder head is 16-valve. The volume of the power unit of the 4ZZ-FE model is 1.4 liters, while the power reaches 97 hp. at 6000 rpm. The 4ZZ FE engine was based on the earlier 3ZZ. The previous generation powertrain was fitted with a smaller crankshaft. In fact, the 4ZZ is no different from the three previous versions. Continue reading Engine Toyota 4ZZ-FE

Engine Toyota 2ZR-FE/FAE/FXE

The 2ZR engine began production in 2007 to replace the popularly disliked 1ZZ engine and took an intermediate position in the ZR series, between junior 1ZR and older 3ZR. The Toyota 2ZR engine differs from the younger one by the increased crankshaft stroke (from 78.5 mm to 88.3 mm), in the 3ZR, respectively, the crankshaft with a large stroke. In addition, the 2ZR has modifications based on the Atkinson cycle. Continue reading Engine Toyota 2ZR-FE/FAE/FXE