Learn and talk about Toyota Verossa, Luxury vehicles, Sports sedans, Toyota vehicles

13 Jan 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Learn and talk about Toyota Verossa, Luxury vehicles, Sports sedans, Toyota vehicles

Toyota Verossa

The Toyota Verossa was a sedan produced by the Toyota Motor Company for Japanese domestic market. and was exclusive to Toyota Vista Store Japanese locations. The Verossa exceeded Japanese government regulations concerning external dimensions and engine displacement, offering buyers a sedan that continued to offer a front engine rear drive platform, opposite the 2001-2006 Toyota Camry with very similar dimensions and front wheel drive. The advantage the Verossa offered over the Camry was the ability to offer all wheel drive, which the Camry couldn’t do. The Verossa appeared in conjunction with the Toyopet Store alternative called the Progrès. and the Toyota Store Brevis .

Contents

Trim Levels [ edit ]

The Verossa was sold in six trim levels featuring 3 straight 6 engine and 3 transmission types. All-wheel drive was offered on some trim levels, but only available with an automatic transmission.

Standard equipment and options throughout the Verossa’s range included a front stabilizer bar, navigation, power seats and fully automatic air conditioning.

20, 20Four and 20Four G Package [ edit ]

The entry level Verossa came equipped with Toyota’s 1G-FE engine producing 160#160;PS (118#160;kW; 158#160;hp) at 6200 rpm and 200#160;N·m (148#160;lb·ft) at 4400 rpm. The 20 was only available with an electronically controlled 4-speed automatic transmission. The 20Four and 20Four G package offered permanent all-wheel drive.

The G Package included aesthetic accoutrement like alloy wheels and leather seats.

25 and V25 [ edit ]

These models featured Toyota’s 1JZ engine with direct injection rated at 200#160;PS (147#160;kW; 197#160;hp) at 6000 rpm and 250#160;N·m (184#160;lb·ft) at 3800 rpm. Both came with a 5-speed electronically controlled automatic, differentiating them from the 1G-quipped Verossa’s. The more up-market V25 featured a rear-stabilizer bar in addition to the front stabilizer bar found in the 2.0L Verossa’s, along with larger 17 wheels and leather seating option.

VR25 [ edit ]

A throwback to the Tourer V, the VR25 featured the same turbocharged 1JZ-GTE engine on a rear-drive chassis setup. The engine produced 280#160;PS (206#160;kW; 276#160;hp) at 6200 rpm and 377#160;N·m (278#160;lb·ft) at 2400 rpm and was mated to either a 5-speed manual or the same 4-speed as found in the 2.0L models with a standard limited-slip differential. As per the V25, the VR25 came with front and rear strut-tower bars and 17 wheels; leather was an option as were front and rear spoilers.

Tagged as:

Other articles of the category "Toyota":

Twitter-news
Our partners
Follow us
Contact us
Our contacts

dima911@gmail.com

Born in the USSR

423360519

About this site

For all questions about advertising, please contact listed on the site.


Car Catalog with specifications, pictures, ratings, reviews and discusssions about cars