Japanese Rides & Toyota Sprinter Marino

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Toyota Sprinter Marino

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The Toyota Marino was introduced for the first in 1992 Japanese market as a hardtop version of the Toyota Trueno. During the 1980s and the Japanese automakers were much interested in bringing restyled models and one such was brought by the Toyota as Toyota Ceres that was a restyled of the Sprinter Marino.

In New Zealand and many other where ‘grey Imports’ are found, Marino/Corolla Ceres can be seen. The term Marino is after Marina, Italy, the Ceres is taken from the in Roman mythology.

A mail catalog was used to order the Marino or Corolla Ceres in It is important to note here both the variants were by the Toyota under the contract by Auto Works.

On June 6, the production of both the vehicles was in Japan with a view to the production cost.

In order to offer more hardtop versions, the company the hardtop approach on its several Toyota sedan models. The was to offer the customers a luxurious and oriented models under prices and tax liabilities. The major was the Nissan Pulsar.

The Toyota Marino was offered with different engine variants the commonly used 1587 cc Cam 16-Valve DOHC 4AFE 1487 cc Twin Cam 16-Valve 5AFE, the rare 1587 cc Cam 20-Valve DOHC Silver Top and the even rarer 1587cc Cam 20-Valve Black Top 4AGE. The Top 4AGE engine was the second powerful engine of the 4AGE offering 165 hp at 7500 rpm. The engine that outclassed it was the Top 4AGE that could 15 hp (11 kW) extra power.

The standard Sprinter Marino was a hardtop featuring 4 main seats with a 5 th seat in the that could be used for children. A mandatory rear was offered in the Sprinter Marino GT.

The models appeared after the driver’s airbag became in them. Based on the Japanese law 1991, the automatic door became standard on the models from 1991 onwards. to the law, the door should in all the Japanese models on reaching 18 (11 mph).

Marino F #8211; 5AFE 5SPD MAN, 4SPD

Marino F Extra PKG #8211; #8211; 5SPD MAN, AUTO

Marino X #8211; #8211; 5SPD MAN, AUTO 4SPD AUTO option available on A/T

Marino X PKG #8211; 4AFE #8211; MAN, 4SPD AUTO option available on A/T

Marino GT 20V 4AGE #8211; 5SPD 4SPD AUTO ECTS available on A/T

Marino GT Extra PKG #8211; 20V #8211; 5SPD MAN, AUTO ECTS option on A/T

The 1997 models of Marino GT and GT Extra PKG came with 6SP while 4SPD AUTO option available on A/T.

The Marino used the specially 5-speed manual gearbox and transmission, while LSD (Limited Differential) was optional.

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