The 1.0-liter Toyota 1KR-FE engine has been assembled since 2004 in Japan and Poland for a wide range of compact models. The aluminum three-cylinder engine with a timing chain drive is equipped with a proprietary VVT-i variable valve timing system only on the intake shaft.
Toyota Belta is a Japanese car of the subcompact class of the Toyota Motor Corporation line. Produced from 2005 to 2016. The model is known under this name in Japan; in the USA and Australia – Toyota Yaris; in other Asian markets – Toyota Vios. The Belta model in the Japanese domestic market is unrivaled in the typical subcompact sedan body style. The car was manufactured until the summer of 2012, but then the production of its analogue (Toyota Yaris) was launched in Australia.
2NZ engine – 4-stroke 4-cylinder gasoline with electronic fuel injection and ignition control system, in-line cylinders and pistons rotating one common crankshaft, with two overhead camshafts (usually with a variable valve timing system VVT-i). The engine has a closed-type forced circulation liquid cooling system. Combined lubrication system: pressure and spray.
The 1.5-liter Toyota 1NZ-FE engine has been produced since 1999 at the company’s Japanese plant. The unit is placed on compact models and is equipped with a VVT-i phase regulator only at the intake. During the release, the motor received a number of updates and there are versions of 2003, 2005 and 2010.
The 1.3-liter Toyota 2SZ-FE engine was produced from 1999 to 2016 in China and Indonesia for the concern’s compact models. The motor was equipped with a VVT-i phase regulator only at the inlet, and the gas distribution mechanism of the unit was driven using a Morse chain.