Verify your email address to recieve My Account Points and access all of BE FORWARD's features. Show more
Verification email was sent to
Don't see the email? Resend Verification Email.
(It may be automatically sorted to the junk mail folder or trash box, so please check it once if you cannot find the email.)
Your email address is verified! Now you have full access to all features
The Toyota Carina was first released in the 1970s and achieved great success with both the 2 doors and 4 doors models. The 4 door sedan kept re-designed for several generations and was ended with the 7th Carina released in 1996 and ran until 2001. This final model was a well-balanced model considering design, equipment and comfortability: It adopted Toyota’s revolution safety solution - Global Outstanding Assessment and it ran 10 kilometers with 1 liter gasoline.
From those looking for a practical car to those after a more sporty one, the Toyota Carina, which shares a similar chassis to the Toyota Corona, has a number of grades that cater to a wide audience. These grades also include sportier versions of the Carina such as its GT and Ti grades. In the FF system (in the basic grades), the Carina offers the 1.8 L lean burn of 115 horsepower, which emphasizes the equipment of the FF system, while the sporty grades boast 1.5 liters of 100 horsepower and 94 horsepower 2.2 liter diesel turbo with the aim to emphasize cost performance.
Depending on the grade, the Carina can come equipped with standard features that include dual airbags, ABS, and seatbelts with both pretensioner and force limiter included, as well as optional features that include things like a water-repellant driver's door and electronically retractable door mirrors.