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1992 Toyota Paseo Overview


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Toyota Paseo by PaseoL
 — 1992 Toyota paseo was my first car. Has a nice sporty look to it. Has a lot of low end torque. It has a rev-happy engine. This car will get you from 0-60 and beyond at a speed nearly like a sports car... Read More
Great Car For The Price! by Damien
 — Bought this car a bit over a year ago for $2800AU, and it hasn't let me down yet. It performs pretty well for a 1.5L, pretty quick off the mark and enough grunt to get you out of sticky stiuations. Th... Read More
Perfect First Car by toritown
 — As a 16 year-old, spending $900 on a car seemed incredibly risky, especially a 20 year-old one (older than me!), with 160,000 miles and a model no one had heard of. Well it turned out to be exactly w... Read More

1992 Toyota Paseo Overview

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1992 Toyota Paseo

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


What Is The Part Number Of Toyota Paseo 1992 Windshield

Broken windshield. need part number for replacement order.

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Susan George

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

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1992 Toyota Paseo Speedometer Not Working. Tachometer Is Working. Where/how...

Is the speedometer electric or cable operated? Where/how to troubleshoot?

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Trey James

How Do I Open The Hood Of My 92 Toyota Paseo From The Outside?

The cable just broke, the handle flops, and I wont pop the hood.

93 views with 1 answer (last answer 7 months ago)

My Son's 1992 Paseo Won't Start. Do You Think It Has Something To Do With A...

We've had the car for almost two years and everything ran well until now. Please HELP!

221 views with 18 answers (last answer 7 months ago)