Toyota Celica

The Toyota Celica is a Japanese sports car manufactured by Toyota Motor Corporation between 1970 and 2006. In total, 7 generations of the model came out. The name of the car is taken from the Latin word coelica, meaning “heavenly.” The 1st generation of the car came out on the same platform with Toyota Carina. The car was assembled in Japan in body modifications of a roadster, hatchback, liftback and convertible. For the United States, a turbocharged all-wheel drive modification of the GT-Four was produced.

Engine Toyota 4A-FE

The 1.6-liter Toyota 4A-FE engine was produced by a Japanese concern from 1987 to 2002 and was installed on a number of well-known models of the company such as Avensis, Corolla, Celica, Carina E. In addition to the usual modification of this engine, a particularly economical version of Lean Burn was produced.

Engine Toyota 4A-GE

The 1.6-liter Toyota 4A-GE gasoline engine was produced by the company from 1983 to 2002 and was installed on many popular concern models, such as Carina, Celica and Corolla Levin. This power unit has several modifications, which are conditionally divided into 5 generations.

Engine Toyota 7A-FE

The 7A-FE engine was produced from 1993 to 2002. The first generation built for Canada had 115 hp at 5600 rpm and 149 Nm at 2800 rpm. From 1995 to 1997, a special version for the United States was produced, the power of which was 105 hp at 5200 rpm and 159 Nm at 2800 …

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Engine Toyota 22R

The 2.4-liter Toyota 22R carbureted engine was produced in Japan from 1981 to 1997 and was installed on such popular models of the company as 4Runner, Hilux and Land Cruiser J70. This motor was seriously updated in 1990 and its power increased by more than 10 hp.

Engine Toyota 22R-E

The 2.4-liter injection engine Toyota 22RE was produced by the concern from 1982 to 1997 and was installed on SUVs and pickups such as 4Runner and Hilux, as well as passenger models such as Corona. This motor was seriously updated in 1985, many details of the two revisions of the unit are incompatible.

Engine Toyota 4S

The Toyota 4S engine is the youngest in the S-series line, the other two are the 2.0L 3S and the 2.2L 5S. The motor replaced the old 1.8l 1S and is an absolutely exact copy of the 3S motor, the difference lies in the reduced cylinder diameter (from 86 mm to 82.5 mm), intake and …

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Engine Toyota 3S-FE

The 2.0-liter 16-valve Toyota 3S-FE engine was assembled by the company from 1986 to 2003 and installed on a huge number of models, such as the Celica, Camry, Carina and Caldina. This power unit is rightfully considered one of the most reliable engines of its time.

Engine Toyota 3S-GE

The 2.0-liter Toyota 3S-GE engine was produced at the plant in Japan from 1984 to 2005 and was installed on sports versions of such popular models as Camry, Corona, Celica and Altezza. A huge number of versions of the motor are divided into 5 generations, the last two are called Beams.

Engine Toyota 3S-GTE

The Toyota 3S-GTE 2.0-liter turbo engine was assembled at a factory in Japan from 1986 to 2007 and was installed in sports modifications of such well-known models as the Celica and Caldina.

Engine Toyota 5S-FE

The 2.2-liter Toyota 5S-FE engine was assembled at a factory in Japan and the USA from 1989 to 2001 and was installed both in Celica and MR2 sports coupes and in a regular Camry sedan. In the American market, a gas version of the power unit was offered under the symbol 5S-FNE.

Engine Toyota 1ZZ

The 1.8-liter Toyota 1ZZ-FE engine was produced at a Canadian plant from 1997 to 2009 and was installed on such popular Japanese company models as Corolla, Matrix and Avensis. There is a version of the power unit for ethanol for the Brazilian market with the index 1ZZ-FBE.

Engine Toyota 2ZZ-GE

The 1.8-liter Toyota 2ZZ-GE engine was produced from 1999 to 2011 at the Japanese plant for both sports versions of popular civilian models and Lotus brand sports cars. The motor was created together with Yamaha engineers and equipped with a VVTL-i phase control system.

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