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Toyota began development of its first front-engined, front-drive compact in the wake of the fuel crisis, recognizing it would be the way forward by the latter half of the 1970s. Tercel was, initially, more efficient than previous Toyotas, though toward the end, with the fifth-generation model, the sparkle had gone as the company adapted to the wake of the bubble economy bursting. Tercel spawned several other model lines then, but through its lifetime it was complemented by two sister cars, the Toyota Corsa and the Toyota Corolla II.

Marque: Toyota | Successors: Toyota Vitz, Toyota Platz, Toyota Soluna

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