Toyota Sprinter Carib
The Toyota Sprinter Carib is a Japanese four-wheel drive station wagon from Toyota Motor Corporation. Manufactured from 1988 to 2001. The second generation of the model was released in 1995. In 1998, there was a minor update of the car. The Carib station wagon is based on the 6th and 8th generations of Toyota Sprinter models. A front-wheel drive version of the machine is also known. The developers, when creating the Carib model, sought to translate into production an SUV with a station wagon body for a comfortable ride.
Toyota Sprinter Carib (AL26G)
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The Toyota Sprinter Carib 4WD family lasted a total of 20 years. For the first time, a station wagon with this name (AL25 body) appeared in 1982 – the car was built on the basis of the second generation Toyota Tercel. Outwardly, it differed not only in more protected bumpers and sills, but also in the luggage part of the body with side windows of a “vertical” arrangement. Moreover, in the previous concept Toyota RV-5 (Recreation Vehicle), these windows were made in the form of foppish gull-wing doors, but such excesses did not go into mass production. The carburetor engine with a volume of 1.5 liters (86 or 90 hp) was located longitudinally, the car had a permanent drive to the front axle, and the all-wheel drive was forcibly connected, using a rear continuous axle.
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Toyota Sprinter Carib (AE95)
Since 1988, the second generation Sprinter Carib 4WD (AE95 body) has been released, built on the sixth generation Corolla platform, with a transverse engine and permanent all-wheel drive (Full-time 4WD).
Toyota Sprinter Carib (AE115)
In 1995, the third generation Sprinter Carib (AE115 body) comes – a product based on the next generation Corolla. In size, the increase is insignificant, but ideologically and technically, a bridge has already been laid at the present time. The equipment includes airbags, ABS, climate control, remote key, parking sensors, and the drive is not only full, but also the usual front. In addition, the Height Control hydraulic system has disappeared. The base engine without revolutions is a 1.6 liter with 115 hp, which is used with all types of transmission, but a more powerful 1.8 liter petrol engine with 120 hp appears, which is available only in a 4WD configuration.
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The 1.6-liter Toyota 4A-FHE injection engine was produced by the company from 1990 to 1995 and was installed on the fifth generation of the Carina model and the popular Sprinter Carib station wagon in Japan. This power unit is essentially just a sports version of the famous 4A-FE engine.
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