1995 Toyota Tercel Overview

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2 Dr DX Coupe
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2 Dr STD Coupe
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4 Dr DX Sedan
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4.15 stars

Based on 11 reviews

The Ultimate Gas Sipper! by Geoffry
 — Performance - Acceleration- 0-60 in 9.8 seconds Max speed- who knows, probably 110 m.p.h. Braking- 60-0 in 5.3 seconds (yes i timed it) Handling- lets just say it won't turn on wet pavement, but othe... Read More
Great Bang For Your Buck. by John
 — Very, very small car, certainly has it's own quirks. For performance, it's zippy, turns on a dime, stops just as well, and can accelerate faster than you'd expect from it. The overall quality is excel... Read More
Great Fun Car, Gets Good Mileage. by timboslice
 — I do like my tercel alot. I bought it in April with 203k on it. Since then, i had to replace the deck, speakers, tires, brake master cylinder, brake pads, calipers, fluid, and rotors. It is probably b... Read More

1995 Toyota Tercel Overview

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1995 Toyota Tercel

The 1995 Toyota Tercel was totally redesigned for the model year. The change in appearance was subtle, but the new Tercel was sportier and more modern than before. The 1995 Tercel also got some new safety features, including standard dual airbags, a conventional seat belt for the front passenger seat, and side beams. The engine was all new and more powerful, and a four-speed automatic and five-speed manual transmission was available in the DX models.

The 1995 Toyota Tercel came in three trim levels. The coupe was offered as a base or DX model, and the sedan was available only as a DX. All shared the same 1.5-liter, 93 horsepower four cylinder engine. Not surprisingly, the 1995 Toyota Tercel got excellent gas mileage, at about 30 mpg in the city and 39 mpg on the highway.

Drivers love the 1995 Toyota Tercel because it is affordable, reliable, and gets excellent fuel economy. Owners admit that their cars are not pretty or luxurious, but Tercel owners are interested in value more than looks. Drivers of the ’95 Tercel complain that the trunk and back seat are much too small, the car can be noisy, and that the seats can get uncomfortable during a long drive.

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Toyota Tercel Questions

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My 95 Toyota Tercel Burns Alot Of Oil And Blows White Smoke Out The Tail Pi...

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95 Tercel Front Turn Signals Work Rear Don't New Bulbs Cleaned Good Fuses W...

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How Long Does It Take To Replace A Valve Cover Gasket On A 95 Tercel?

It is a 1.5 liter engine

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What Are The Two Types Of Fans Called Inside The Toyota Tercel 95

i know one fan is for the s/c and the other for the engine. i need to know the name of each to buy a new one. the one that is connected to the engine is broken.

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What Are The Two Types Of Fans Called Inside The Toyota Tercel 95

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