Japan

Toyota

60002022

2nd

Camry

Released date : 1982/ 3/24

body type

Sedan

SD

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  • Specification
  • Description
  • Plant
  • Name origin
Grade 1800LT 1800XT 1800ZX
Model type
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weight
Model type E-SV10-JEMDS E-SV10-JEMNS E-SV10-JEMZS
Curb mass(kg) 990 1005 1040
Dimensions Length(mm) 4400 4400 4400
Width(mm) 1690 1690 1690
Height(mm) 1395 1395 1395
Wheelbase(mm) 2600 2600 2600
Engine Engine code 1S 1S 1S
Engine type Water-cooled, in-line 4-cylinder, OHC (transverse engine) Water-cooled, in-line 4-cylinder, OHC (transverse engine) Water-cooled, in-line 4-cylinder, OHC (transverse engine)
Displacement(cm3) 1832 1832 1832
Max. output kW/(PS)/r.pm -/100/5400 -/100/5400 -/100/5400
* The specifications are those of representative model grades.
* Max. output represents a net rating.
* The model numbers of these vehicles are SV10(1800).
In a full model change in March 1982, the existing Celica Camry was reborn as the Camry sedan, mounting the engine transversely in a front-engine, front-wheel-drive layout for the first time as a Toyota car. The sister model Vista was also released at the same time.

The 4-door notchback sedan body had rear quarter windows and a 2,600 mm-long wheelbase, making the medium-class sedan appear even more spacious than some higher-grade models. The instrument panel featuring digital meters was still a novelty at the time. In addition to the originally available combination of a 1.8-liter 4-cylinder engine with a carburetor and a 5-speed manual transmission, a 4-speed automatic with overdrive was offered in July, followed by a model with a 2-liter 120 PS 4-cylinder SOHC EFI engine (2S-ELU) and an electronically controlled 4-speed ECT-S automatic transmission in August. A 1.8-liter turbo diesel engine (1C-TL) option was added in August 1983 (the displacement was expanded to 2-liter in 1985), and a sports twin-cam 160 PS engine (3S-GELU) was made available in June 1984.
Plant Tsutsumi plant
Comes from the Japanese word "kanmuri (kamuri)" (crown).
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