Toyota Granvia

Toyota Granvia is a Japanese 7-8 seater van and station wagon from Toyota Motor Corporation. The car was produced from 1995 to 2002. Since 1999, the 2nd generation of the model has been produced. For the European market, a car in the back of a minibus was produced under the brand name Toyota HiAce. The car was equipped with a gasoline and diesel turbo engine in 4 and 6-cylinder modifications. Thanks to its high quality indicators, Granvia is still popular in the aftermarket in many countries.

Engine Toyota 3RZ-FE

The 2.7-liter Toyota 3RZ-FE engine was produced from 1994 to 2004 in Japan for pickups and SUVs. This is one of the most voluminous 4-cylinder power units in the line, and the engineers had to complicate its design with the presence of 2 balancer shafts in the crankcase.

Engine Toyota 5VZ-FE

5VZ-FE – Toyota gasoline V-shaped 6-cylinder engine with a volume of 3.4 liters. The motor is designed for light buses and SUVs, its feature is a peak torque at medium revs. The motor is compact, economical and well suited for installation in SUVs and light commercial vehicles. Gasoline consumption per 100 km, in urban mode …

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Engine Toyota 1KZ

In 1993, the 1KZ engine was created and put into mass production. Until now, it is considered the most successful version of the diesel engine. This Toyota engine was able to displace 2L-TE diesel engines from the market in a short time.

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