Toyota Soarer | JL Imports

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Toyota Soarer

Produced 1991 to 2000 is the 3rd generation or the 30 of the Toyota Soarer which are for import to Australia. The Toyota 30 series has the same body, and components as the US Lexus SC 300/400 but different interior features, train configurations and other enhancements. The Toyota Soarer has been seen as an advanced coupe and the 30 series models do not with their electric digital dash, integrated car controlled via an in-dash Electro Vision (EMV) TV/touchscreen, and CD rom system similar to the GPS systems

The 30 series Toyota Soarers available with a 4-speed transmission with the exception of a manual only available the JZZ30 turbo charged however all models had the Torsen differential as an option. The Toyota only received minor changes to the rear lights and grille from their through to their production end in

The 30 series Toyota Soarer the following lineup:

JZZ30 (1991 – – 2.5L 6 cylinder turbo sports car with the chassis as the MKIV Toyota Both cars suspension, drive trains and engine are interchangeable. The UZZ30 was the only sold continuously from the of the 30 series to the end of its production and is the only to have the option of a 5-speed transmission.

The JZZ30 is available in two equipment grades, the standard with the usual luxury such as climate control, mirrors etc and the GT-TL or L package adds electric seats, trim, cruise control and TEMS electronic damper as standard. In 1996 the JZZ30 VVTi, a single more turbo producing the same output but with greater torque giving better economy along with cosmetic and safety changes.

JZZ31 (1994 – – 3.0L 6 cylinder to the US SC300) known as the new base when it was introduced in 1994, the was upgraded in 1997 with increasing its output and improving economy

UZZ30 (1991 – – 4.0L 8 cylinder model with coil suspension (equivalent to the US SC400). is the base model of the other two luxury models below. All of the V8s slightly less power and than the turbocharged JZZ30 however they are renowned for smoothness and refinement.

UZZ31 – 1997) – 8 cylinder with driver air suspension and EMV TV/touchscreen systems are the GT versions of the 30 series along the UZZ32 models below due to substantially more features the models listed above. The EMV has the of a TV, CD rom navigation, diagnostics, car computer, camera, climate control, a balanced-signal audio system subwoofer and a 12-disk CD stacker digital signal processing.

The  air suspension on this two settings for ride height and stiffness. This model and bellow received a minor in 1995 improving responsiveness and increasing power output, none of the V8#39;s ever VVTi.

UZZ32 (1991 1996) – 4.0L 8 with active suspension, wheel steering and EMV TV/touchscreen is the top of the range model. The UZZ32 is to the UZZ31 above however version received four steering and a complex hydraulic active suspension system, the conventional springs and anit-roll in favour of hydraulic struts by sensors that detect acceleration and braking forces.

This made for an extremely ride with no body These vehicles were to produce and attract high at auction as they are now seen as a for the motoring enthusiasts as only 873 made.

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