Map of Toyota Corolla (E100) – The Full Wiki

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The Corolla E100 was the generation of cars sold by under the Corolla nameplate.

generation Corolla was larger, and visually more aerodynamic the model it replaced, with chief Dr. Akihiko Saito to develop a ‘mini-Lexus ‘, success with that flagship. With its 2465 mm (97 in) the Corolla had moved into the size class once by the Corona and Camry .


model was not as successful compared to series due to a rising yen and home-market blunting demand.The standard model range included the hatchback Corolla FX, 4-door and 5-door station wagon Also returning in this were the two-door coupés, the Trueno and the Corolla Levin.

A 4WD of the sedan and station wagon also available with a 1.6 gasoline or 2.0 liter diesel face lift changes introduced in May 1993 these a new grille, a reconfiguration of the rear and various bits of trim and Various submodels including the pillared hardtop Corolla and Sprinter Marino were available.

They bore no exterior resemblance but feature the and most of the engine range of the Corollas, and used the Levin/Trueno The E100 sedan and hatchbacks in 1991 lasted until the of the E110 in May 1995. Van and Business models were basically out wagons with leaf-sprung axle rear suspensions.

Business Wagons typically had higher equipment levels simpler vans. Both continued to serve the commercial market well into outliving the mainstream E110 in Japan.

Japanese market

2E — 1.3 L (1295 cc) I4 cylinder 12v SOHC

— 1.3 L (1331 cc) I4 cylinder 16v DOHC

— 1.5 L (1497 cc) I4 cylinder 16v DOHC

— 1.5 L (1498 cc) I4 cylinder 16v DOHC

— 1.6 L (1587 cc) I4 cylinder 16v DOHC

— 1.6 L (1587 cc) I4 cylinder 20v DOHC VVT

— 1.6 L (1587 cc) I4 cylinder 16v DOHC

2C — 2.0 L Diesel (1974 cc) I4 cylinder

3C-E — 2.2 L Diesel (1974 cc) I4 SOHC

Japanese market transaxles:

C140 4M/T


C51 5M/T

C52 5M/T

C56 5M/T

C160 6M/T


E59F 5M/T

E55F (4WD)

Japanese market transaxles:

A240L 4A/T


A246E 4A/T


A132L 3A/T

4A/T (4WD)

Japanese chassis:[660134] [660135] [660136] The list is not complete or inclusive.

— 1.3L 4E-FE sedan LX, XE).

EE102 — 1.3L van.

EE103 — 1.5L van

EE104 — 1.5L 5E-FE wagon.

EE106 — 1.3L 2E

EE107 — 1.5L 3E van.

— 1.6L 3E business wagon.

— 1.5L 5A-FE sedan LX, XE, SE-Limited), coupé (Levin / S), and Wagon (L-Touring, G-Touring).

— 1.6L sedan (SE-G, FX hatchback (SJ, GT), (BZ-Touring), hardtop Ceres, and (Levin / Trueno SJ, GT, GT APEX,

AE104 — 1.6L sedan 4WD (LX XE, SE Limited) and Touring Wagon

AE109 — 1.6L van 4WD.

— 2.0L diesel sedan and Wagon.

CE101 — 2.2L Touring Wagon.

CE102 — diesel business wagon.

CE104 — 2.0L diesel 4WD.

CE105 — 2.2L van 4WD.

CE106 — 2.0L van.

CE107 — 2.2L van.

CE108 — 2.0L business wagon.

CE109 — diesel van 4WD.


In the . three variants were XL and XE with 1.3 liter carbureted engines, and the GLi, with a 1.6 fuel-injected motor (4A-FE). The top was offered in both manual and transmissions. The Corolla was also the 1.6 liter car to introduce alloy to the country in 1992.

Other features that followed rear seatbelts (late and a driver’s air bag (late 1995).

The sedan is nicknamed the Great in Indonesia . Initially the trim were 1.3 SE and 1.6 SE-G. The smaller model was replaced by 1.6 SE in 1994.


In North America, the was new for the 1993 model year. It had headlights (independent high/low grille, bumpers (extended) and in cases tail lights. The model came with the 1.6 4A-FE engine.

The DX, LE and wagon with the 1.8 liter 7A-FE. The and 1994 versions of the 7A-FE were rated at 86 kW (115 later versions rated at 78 kW hp) mainly due to differences of the intake The LE has sporty front seats and was in the US with A/T only or available in with either A/T or M/T. changes occurred for the 1996 year.

Among these changes, the DX bright red/clear tail and rear garnish, and new wheel The LE was discontinued for 1996, and the Base was also offered with CE Sporty Corollas and 4WD Corollas no longer imported during generation. Some 1993 sedans sold were produced in Japan.

All of the wagons produced at the Takaoka plant in

The coupé was dropped for North replaced by the Paseo .

North market chassis codes:

— Sedan 4-door with 1.6 (Standard, CE)

AE102 — Sedan and Wagon 5-door with 1.8 (DX, DXS, LE)


The Corolla sedan is nicknamed the Camry in Venezuela .


The Sprinter was sold as the Corolla in some markets in Europe, and the Corolla liftback in others. The and five-door Corolla hatchback was sold in Europe, and was available in normal (non-sports) specs the three-door-only FX range available in Europe, the hatchback sold than the sedan and estate. basically the trim levels are XLi and GLi, also there was the GS.

The GS featured a fully color exterior and with full and a tilt/slide steel sunroof. It had an upgraded interior with dials and a rev counter. In UK the Corolla was as S, CD, and CDX.

A few select, rare featured the 1.8L 7A-FE including the 1.8 GXi 3-door hatchback in the UK, and the 1.8 XLi 4WD sedan has its rear license mounted on the trunk as opposed to the on other region models.

market chassis:

EE100 — 2E

EE101 — 1.3L 4E-FE

— 1.6L 4A-FE

AE102 — 7A-FE

AE103 — 1.8L 4WD

CE100 — 2.0L 2C diesel.

In late 1992, New Zealand-assembled Corollas were introduced to the New market. These vehicles assembled at Toyota’s Thames Trim levels consisted of XL, 1.6L GL, 1.6L GS, and 1.8L and were available in sedan, 5dr 5dr liftback, and 5dr wagon.

During 1994, the E100 became the second Corolla (after the E90) to be built in at the Altona plant. This came in hatchback (Seca) and variants and the trim levels of CSI (base model), CSX, and the top of the range Ultima. The sportiest was the 1.8L Seca RV.

Special models were included in the lineup. In 1999, production of the Corolla in Australia was terminated and Australia returned to Japanese


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