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Toyota Sprinter (E100)

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Toyota Sprinter (E100). 1991–2002 (prod. n/a). 4- and 5-door sedan, 5-door wagon, 2-door coupé, 4-door hardtop sedan. F/F, F/A, 1331, 1498, 1587, 1762 cm³ (I4 DOHC), 1974, 2184 cm³ diesel (I4 OHC). On the E100 Corolla platform, but more styling differences. The four-door sedan had more curvaceous sheetmetal than its Corolla counterpart, and aped the larger Toyota Scepter—the differences were down to the development of the E100 during Japan’s bubble economy period. No more Cielo five-door for the home market, but one was made for export and sold as a Corolla. Marino four-door hardtop from 1992, a sister car to the Corolla Ceres. Two-door coupé dubbed the Trueno. Refined; the “mini-Lexus” philosophy adopted for the Corolla applied here, too. Mid-term changes 1993. As before, the van was identical to the Corolla but for badging and retail channel; a business wagon with this body was added in September 1991, and sold till 2002; larger diesel from 1998. Carib from previous generation ran alongside E100 till 1995, when the remainder of the range was replaced by the E110, with the exception of the wagon. Made in the US as the Geo Prizm; unlike previous Prizm, this generation (1993–7 model years) had no real differences to the Sprinter, and is listed here instead. The US models featured an optional 1·8-litre engine.


Manufacturing locations: Japan; Fremont, California, USA

Marque: Toyota | Model: Toyota Sprinter | Predecessors: Toyota Sprinter (E90), Geo Prizm (1990–2) | Successors: Toyota Sprinter (E110), Chevrolet Prizm, Toyota Probox (P50)





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