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1992 Toyota Paseo Overview
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Based on 20 reviews
The Toyota Paseo was introduced for the 1992 model year as a replacement for the Corolla GT-S and SR5. Smaller and cheaper than a Celica, the Paseo was a small, economy car that attempted a sporty look and feel. However, with a tiny engine, the Paseo was no substitute for a Celica. The Paseo was built on the Tercel platform but differed dramatically in looks and had a firmer suspension and larger wheels.
The 1992 Toyota Paseo came in one trim level, a two-door coupe. It had a 1.5-liter, 99 horsepower four-cylinder as its only available engine. A five-speed manual transmission was standard, with the option of a four-speed automatic. Fuel economy was about 26/34 mpg.
Owners of the 1992 Paseo liked the car because it was cute, sporty, and got excellent gas mileage. It also came with a rock-solid Toyota reputation. However, the car was a little too small for many, and many owners said the backseat was for children only.
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Toyota Paseo Questions
Why Would The Engine In My 1992 Automatic Paseo Stall When Braking To A Sto...
It doesn't happen all the time, but occasionally the engine stalls when coming to a stop at a stop light or to park. It will happen once or twice a day when the engine is up to operating temperature.
Why Wouldn't The Engine Be Getting Fire To Plugs In A 1992 Toyota Paseo
The engine started up and ran for a few seconds then it died. Now it'll turn over but won't start
I have a 1992 paseo. Its been idling crazy, then stalling out. Whats the process for cleaning or replacing the idle control valve? Also, I want to replace the fuel filter, but the left nut on the b...
Brake Lights Stay On
Where is the brake light switch? It is not shown in the manual that cam ewith the car.
1992 Toyota Paseo Speedometer Not Working. Tachometer Is Working. Where/how...
Is the speedometer electric or cable operated? Where/how to troubleshoot?