Japanese Rides & Toyota Verossa

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Toyota Verossa

Toyota a typical sedan produced for the Japanese domestic market by the Motor Corporation in 2001. The car by Toyota met all the terms set by the Japanese regarding the external dimensions and displacement. Toyota Verossa was with a front-engine, rear drive platform. The Toyota produced from 2001 to also had the same dimensions and displacement but with front drive platform.

The only advantage Verossa had Camry was its capability to offer drive, opposed to the Camry.

The Toyota Mark II fellow the Chaser and the Cresta were by a vehicle that combined the features of the Chaser with the elements of the Cresta in one unit. The Verossa was smaller than the Toyota Crown but larger in than the Toyota Altezza, a drive first introduced in with high performance engine. The X-chassis model was shared by Verossa with its

The Verossa used the front-engine drive layout. Toyota the production of Verossa in 2003 the poor sales of the vehicle.

were six trim levels for Verossa including three engine and three different types. All-wheel drive was with some selected levels and only with an transmission. No manual transmission was with all-wheel drive.

Other standard features in Verossa include a front bar, navigation, power and fully automatic air conditioning

20, 20Four and 20Four G Package

The Verossa was offered with engine capable of generating 160 PS at rpm and torque of 200 Nm at 4400 rpm. The 20 was offered with an electronically 4-speed automatic transmission. The and the 20Four G Packages were for all permanent 4-wheel drive

The G Package also offered leather sears and alloy

Both these models offered with 1JZ engine with direct injection of producing 200 PS at 6000 rpm and torque of 250 Nm at rpm. Also, both the had a 5-speed electronically controlled transmission. V25 was a high end model came with a rear-stabilizer bar with front stabilizer bar in the models powered by 2.0-L

It also features larger alloy wheels and leather

The VR25 was in fact throwback of the V that was available with turbocharged 1JZ-GTE engine on a drive platform paired a 5-speed manual or 4-speed transmission similar to the one found on models with a standard slip differential. The engine generate 280 PS at 6200 rpm and 377 Nm at 2400 rpm of Similar to V25, the VR325 featured the front and rear tower bars.

17-inch alloy wheels, and rear spoilers and leather were options features.

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