Toyota Corolla engine

Toyota Corolla engine

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The feature-rich Corolla is an exceptional value, but the one feature it doesn’t offer is thrills. A 1.8-liter four-cylinder makes 132 hp—140 hp in the LE Eco model—and drives the front wheels through a six-speed manual or a CVT. A 6.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Bluetooth is standard but can be upgraded to a 7.0-inch unit with navigation. All Corollas get modern technology such as adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, automatic high beams, and automated emergency braking.

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Toyota Corolla engine model years

The Toyota Corolla is a line of subcompact and compact cars manufactured by Toyota. Introduced in 1966, the Corolla was the best-selling car worldwide by 1974 and has been one of the best-selling cars in the world since then. In 1997, the Corolla became the best selling nameplate in the world, surpassing the Volkswagen Beetle.Toyota reached the milestone of 40 million Corollas sold over eleven generations in July 2013. The series has undergone several major redesigns.

The name Corolla is part of Toyota’s naming tradition of using names derived from the Toyota Crown for sedans, with “corolla” Latin for “small crown”. The Corolla has always been exclusive in Japan to Toyota Corolla Storelocations, and manufactured in Japan with a twin, called the Toyota Sprinter until 2000. In Japan and much of the world, the hatchback companion since 2006 is called the Toyota Auris. Prior to the Auris, Toyota used the Corolla name on the hatchback bodystyle in various international markets.

Early models were mostly rear-wheel drive, while later models have been front-wheel drive. Four-wheel driveversions also exist. The Corolla’s traditional competitors have been the Nissan Sunny, introduced the same year as the Corolla in Japan and the later Honda Civic. The Corolla’s chassis designation code is “E”, as described in Toyota’s chassis and engine codes.

7 Generation, E100 (1991 – 1998)

  • Toyota Corolla (72 HP) – 1.3 L
  • Toyota Corolla (97 HP) – 1.3 L
  • Toyota Corolla (100 HP) – 1.3 L
  • Toyota Corolla (105 HP) – 1.5 L
  • Toyota Corolla (100 HP) – 1.6 L
  • Toyota Corolla (105 HP) – 1.6 L
  • Toyota Corolla (115 HP) – 1.6 L
  • Toyota Corolla GT (160 HP) – 1.6 L
  • Toyota Corolla GT (170 HP) – 1.6 L
  • Toyota Corolla (105 HP) – 1.8 L
  • Toyota Corolla (115 HP) – 1.8 L
  • Toyota Corolla (118 HP) – 1.8 L
  • Toyota Corolla D (73 HP) – 2.0 L
  • Toyota Corolla D (79 HP) – 2.2 L

8 Generation, E110 (1995 – 2002)

  • Toyota Corolla (85 HP) – 1.3 L
  • Toyota Corolla (88 HP) – 1.3 L
  • Toyota Corolla (100 HP) – 1.5 L
  • Toyota Corolla (110 HP) – 1.6 L
  • Toyota Corolla (115 HP) – 1.6 L
  • Toyota Corolla GT (165 HP) – 1.6 L
  • Toyota Corolla (110 HP) – 1.8 L
  • Toyota Corolla (120 HP) – 1.8 L
  • Toyota Corolla (125 HP) – 1.8 L
  • Toyota Corolla D (73 HP) – 2.0 L
  • Toyota Corolla D (79 HP) – 2.2 L

9 Generation, E120 (2000 – 2006)

  • Toyota Corolla (87 HP) – 1.3 L
  • Toyota Corolla (97 HP) – 1.4 L
  • Toyota Corolla (105 HP) – 1.5 L
  • Toyota Corolla (110 HP) – 1.5 L
  • Toyota Corolla EX (110 HP) – 1.6 L
  • Toyota Corolla (110 HP) – 1.6 L
  • Toyota Corolla (125 HP) – 1.8 L
  • Toyota Corolla (130 HP) – 1.8 L
  • Toyota Corolla (132 HP) – 1.8 L
  • Toyota Corolla (136 HP) – 1.8 L
  • Toyota Corolla XRS (170 HP) – 1.8 L
  • Toyota Corolla (190 HP) – 1.8 L
  • Toyota Corolla (192 HP) – 1.8 L
  • Toyota Corolla (210 HP) – 1.8 L
  • Toyota Corolla D-4D (90 HP) – 1.4 L
  • Toyota Corolla D-4D (90 HP) – 2.0 L
  • Toyota Corolla D-4D (110 HP) – 2.0 L
  • Toyota Corolla D-4D (116 HP) – 2.0 L
  • Toyota Corolla D (79 HP) – 2.2 L
  • Toyota Corolla D (87 HP) – 2.2 L

10 Generation, E140/E150 (2006 – 2013)

For international markets, a wider version of the E140 was sold with different styling, with the ASEAN markets retaining the Corolla Altis branding

  • Toyota Corolla (85 HP) – 1.3 L
  • Toyota Corolla (101 HP) – 1.3 L
  • Toyota Corolla (97 HP) – 1.4 L
  • Toyota Corolla (110 HP) – 1.5 L
  • Toyota Corolla (150 HP) – 1.5 L
  • Toyota Corolla (110 HP) – 1.6 L
  • Toyota Corolla (124 HP) – 1.6 L
  • Toyota Corolla (136 HP) – 1.8 L
  • Toyota Corolla (140 HP) – 1.8 L
  • Toyota Corolla (145 HP) – 2.0 L
  • Toyota Corolla XRS (158 HP) – 2.4 L
  • Toyota Corolla D-4D (90 HP) – 1.4 L
  • Toyota Corolla D-4D (126 HP) – 2.0 L

11 Generation, E170/E160 (2012 – present)

International markets continued on with the E140/E150 until at least 2013 when the E170 model arrived. The E170 is larger and substantially different from the Japanese E160, with a unique body and interior. Two basic front and rear styling treatments are fitted to the E170—a North American version that debuted first—and a more conservative design for all other markets that debuted later in 2013.

  • Toyota Corolla (95 HP) – 1.3 L
  • Toyota Corolla (99 HP) – 1.3 L
  • Toyota Corolla Hybrid (74 HP) – 1.5 L
  • Toyota Corolla (110 HP) – 1.5 L
  • Toyota Corolla (122 HP) – 1.6 L
  • Toyota Corolla (132 HP) – 1.8 L
  • Toyota Corolla (140 HP) – 1.8 L
  • Toyota Corolla (145 HP) – 2.0 L
  • Toyota Corolla D-4D (90 HP) – 1.4 L
  • Toyota Corolla D-4D (126 HP) – 2.0 L

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