The 2.0-liter Toyota 1AZ-FSE engine was produced by the Japanese concern from 2000 to 2009 and was installed on many popular company models, such as Caldina, Ipsum, RAV4 and Avensis. This unit stood out in the lineup by the presence of a proprietary D4 direct fuel injection system.
Toyota Premio is a Japanese compact sedan car produced since 2001 by Toyota Motor Corporation. The model has a twin Toyota Allion, built with it on the same platform. However, the Premio is considered a class higher than the Allion, which is more of a sporty type. Since 2007, the 2nd generation of the model has been produced, and since 2016, its version has been updated in design. On the Russian market, the model is common in the version with right-hand drive in the eastern regions. The name of the car comes from the word “premium” (premium class).
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 1.8-liter Toyota 2ZR-FE engine has been produced since 2006 in factories in China and the United States for front-wheel drive models such as Corolla or Auris, as well as Lotus sports cars. This engine in all versions is equipped with a variable valve timing system Dual VVT-i.
The 2.0-liter Toyota 3ZR-FE engine has been produced since 2007 at enterprises in Japan and the USA for front-wheel drive models such as Avensis. This engine is equipped with a variable valve timing system Dual VVT-i. A number of markets sell an ethanol version with the 3ZR-FBE index.
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.