Toyota 1973

       

Japan

 

1000

           
           

 

 

Corolla

    4 cyl. ohv
1166 cc
73 bhp (SAE)
     
           

 

TOYOTA COROLLA From £1,255
This compact 1.2-litre Japanese car comes in two-door saloon, coupe, or three-door estate form, and is nippy and easy to park. In saloon and estate guise the 1166 c.c. four-cylinder engine delivers 73 b.h.p. (SAE.) providing a top speed of around 90 m.p.h. The automatic model is a little slower. The Coupe has a higher compression ratio and develops a massive 83 b.h.p. (SAE) and the smoothly-styled fastback has 100 m.p.h. performance. All three models have AM radios, pop-up aerials, reversing lights, electric washers and two-speed wipers as standard equipment.


Corolla 1200 Sedan 4-dr


Corolla 1200 Coupé


Corolla 1200 Station Wagon


Corolla 1200 Sedan 2-dr

 

Carina

           
           

 

 

Corona

           
           

 


Corona 1700

 

Celica

    4 cyl. ohv
1588 cc
113 bhp (SAE)
     
           

 

TOYOTA CELICA
4-speed: £1,578
5-speed: £1,659
The Celica doesn't just look like a high-performance car, for with its 1.6-litre crossflow engine, 113 b.h.p. (SAE) output it is capable of 105 m.p.h. There is also a 109 m.p.h, five-speed model. The Celica's well-proportioned fastback two-door body is well-equipped and will accommodate four adults. There are built-in head restraints for front seat occupants, the heater has a three-speed booster fan, the standard-fitment radio has a pop-up aerial, and there is a heated rear window. The fascia has enough instruments to satisfy the hardest-bitten enthusiast.

 

Mark II

    4-cyl.
89 PS
6-cyl.
90 PS
   
  Sedan 4-dr 2000      
  Hardtop 2-dr 2000 2300    

 


Corona Mark II 2000 Sedan


2300


Corona Mark II 2000 Hardtop


Corona Mark II 2300 Hardtop

 

Crown

    6 cyl.
2563 cc
150 bhp (SAE)
     
           

 

TOYOTA CROWN ESTATE £2,514
The 2.6-litre Crown range comprises the top models from the famous Japanese manufacturer. There is a de Luxe Saloon, Special Saloon, all with four doors, a two-door Coupe and a five-door Estate. All are 100 m.p.h. cars, and all are extensively equipped. The Estate shares the mechanical specification of the de Luxe saloon, and has Toyoglide automatic transmission as standard. The rear seat folds flat for the accepted advantages, but the Estate also has two rearward-facing seats. The smooth six-cylinder overhead camshaft engine has an oil cooler.

 

USA

           
           

 

 

Corolla

           
           

 

 

Carina

           
           

 

 

Mark II

           
           

 

 

Celica

           
           

 

 

Truck

           
           

 

 

Prototypes

           
           

 


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