Engine Toyota 5S

The most “voluminous” in the series is the 5S engine with a displacement of 2.2 liters. Originally developed for the US-European CAMRY model, it entered the domestic Japanese market in 1993, along with the SCEPTER model (which was essentially the US-European CAMRY). Later, this engine was installed on the now common for all markets CAMRY / CAMRY GRACIA in the back of SXV20 (model of 1997), which was recently discontinued. The 5S had a moderate power output of 140 hp at 5600 rpm. Continue reading Engine Toyota 5S

Engine Toyota 4S

In the initial modification, the 4S engine had the 4S-Fi index and was equipped with a single injection. Produced from 1987 to 1990 as a replacement for the 1S-Ui. Since 1990, the engine has received the 4S-FE index, multipoint multipoint fuel injection, slightly more power and Compression ratio. In this form, it was produced until 1999. Continue reading Engine Toyota 4S

Engine Toyota 3S

Japanese automakers are known for their quality products, which include powertrains. The 3S engine fully belongs to them, as it has proven itself only on the positive side. The appearance of this remarkable motor of the 3S series was noted in the already distant 1986, and its release continued until 2000. ICE 3S is an injection engine with a volume of 2 liters. The weight of the power units of this series strongly depends on the modification of the motors. Continue reading Engine Toyota 3S

Engine Toyota 3VZ-FE

The 3VZ-FE engine has been installed in Toyota vehicles since 1993. It is a 2-shaft overhead valve engine. The camshaft drive is from the chain. There are 2 intake and outlet valves per cylinder. The left camshaft in the direction of the vehicle controls the intake valves, and the right camshaft controls the outlet valves. All 3VZ engines are equipped with an electronic fuel injection system. Continue reading Engine Toyota 3VZ-FE