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'''Toyota Kijang (KF20/KF30). 1981–6 (prod. n/a). 4-door MPV. F/R, 1290, 1486 cm³ (I4 OHV).''' Informally the Kijang Doyok, named after a cartoon character that the grille reminded buyers of. Second generation of Toyota’s utility vehicle for the ASEAN market, with a passenger version for the first time. Various lengths. Earlier 3K engine upgraded to 4K, developing 60 PS. Square headlights with 1984 facelift, and a more powerful (63 PS) 1·5 engine introduced. Asymmetric design, with rear door on passenger side. Sold as Tamarraw in the Philippines.
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'''Toyota Kijang (KF20/KF30). 1981–6 (prod. n/a). 4-door UV. F/R, 1290, 1486 cm³ (I4 OHV).''' Informally the Kijang Doyok, named after a cartoon character that the grille reminded buyers of. Second generation of Toyota’s utility vehicle for the ASEAN market, with a passenger version for the first time. Longer rear end available along with other utilitarian versions. Earlier 3K engine upgraded to 4K, developing 60 PS. Square headlights with 1984 facelift, and a more powerful (63 PS) 1·5 engine introduced. Asymmetric design, with rear door on passenger side. Sold as Tamarraw in the Philippines.
  
  

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Toyota Kijang (KF20/KF30). 1981–6 (prod. n/a). 4-door UV. F/R, 1290, 1486 cm³ (I4 OHV). Informally the Kijang Doyok, named after a cartoon character that the grille reminded buyers of. Second generation of Toyota’s utility vehicle for the ASEAN market, with a passenger version for the first time. Longer rear end available along with other utilitarian versions. Earlier 3K engine upgraded to 4K, developing 60 PS. Square headlights with 1984 facelift, and a more powerful (63 PS) 1·5 engine introduced. Asymmetric design, with rear door on passenger side. Sold as Tamarraw in the Philippines.


Manufacturing location: Indonesia

Marque: Toyota | Model: Toyota Kijang | Successor: Toyota Kijang (KF40)





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