Japan

Toyota

60002820

3rd

Carina ED

Released date : 1993/10/ 8

body type

Hardtop

HT

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  • Specification
  • Description
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Grade 2000EFI_Twin Cam 16_G-Limited 2000EFI_16valve_2.0X 1800EFI_16valve_1.8X
Model type
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weight
Model type E-ST202-CTMVF E-ST202-CTMGK E-ST200-CTMGK
Curb mass(kg) 1190 1150 1130
Dimensions Length(mm) 4500 4500 4500
Width(mm) 1740 1740 1740
Height(mm) 1325 1325 1325
Wheelbase(mm) 2535 2535 2535
Engine Engine code 3S-GE 3S-FE 4S-FE
Engine type Water-cooled, in-line 4-cylinder, DOHC (transverse engine) Water-cooled, in-line 4-cylinder, DOHC (transverse engine) Water-cooled, in-line 4-cylinder, DOHC (transverse engine)
Displacement(cm3) 1998 1998 1838
Max. output kW/(PS)/r.pm -/180/7000 -/140/6000 -/125/6000
* The specifications are those of representative model grades.
* Max. output represents a net rating.
* The model numbers of these vehicles are ST202(2000), ST203(2000), ST201(1800), ST200(1800).
In October 1993, the third-generation Carina ED was released, sharing a new platform with the renewed Celica and Corona Exiv models. The body width was enlarged to 1,740 mm, putting the new Carina ED into the "3 number" vehicle category. The exterior design was changed from pillarless to pillared hardtop styling, while the wheelbase and the body height were expanded by 55 mm and 10 mm, respectively, to secure larger cabin space.

The choice of 2-liter engines was the same as that for the Celica, consisting of "high-mecha" twin-cam and sports twin-cam 16-valve units with an output of 140 PS and 180 PS, respectively. A 1.8-liter "high-mecha" twin-cam 16-valve 115 PS unit was also available with the Carina ED. In May 1994, a full-time 4-wheel-drive version was added to the 3S-GE engine model.

The Carina ED line ended with the third-generation models in April 1998.
Plant Tahara plant, Iwate plant(Kanto Auto Works, Ltd. [from July 1994])
A southern constellation (the Keel). The acronym ED stands for "exciting and dressy."
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