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 1G

Toyota G series engines are 6-cylinder in-line engines. They began in 1979 and lasted until 2006. A special feature of the G series is the fact that it lacks a variety of engine sizes. All engines have the same displacement of 2 liters (1988 cc). The drive of the gas distribution system of all engines of the series was carried out using a timing belt. Continue reading Engine Toyota 1G