Toyota Paseo Model Overview
Toyota Paseo Cars
My Brake Pedal Won't Hold Pressure
My brake pedal just started to get soft. If you don't pump the pedal it will go to the floor, you have to pump the pedal quit a bit to make them hold. There are no leaks that can be found, and my rese...
How Do You Replace A Engine Control Computer On A 1994 Toyota Paseo
Where Can I Purchase Custom Halogen Headlights For A 1997 Toyota Paseo? Har...
Basically looking for both right and left headlight assembly that looks just like the newer cars that are out now. I hate the old look.
Coolant Leaking 92 Toyota Paseo
I just had head gasket replaced. Car started to over heat after a couple weeks. No coolant in oil but now leaking from around bell housing as it looks. Can't see nothing from above but following bell ...
Coolant System Wont Hold Coolant/water?
94 toyota paseo I've replaced the heater core, thermostat and upper and lower radiator hose but every morning there is no coolant/water. I've tried a pressure tester but none of the fittings would w...
About the Toyota Paseo
The Toyota Paseo was introduced in 1992 as a replacement for the discontinued Corolla coupe. However, it was built on the Tercel platform, and therefore much smaller than the Corolla. The Paseo proved to be popular mostly among women, who liked the car's small, sporty shape.
The Paseo was often described as "cute," and it had a reputation (some would say a bad one) as being a "girl's car." In its short lifetime, the Paseo only underwent one revision, and the restyling proved to be unpopular among Paseo fans. In its last year of life, a convertible was available.
Because they are cheap and can accept a variety of engines, Paseos have been popular among modification enthusiasts.
The Paseo was retired in 1997, due to slowing sales and a decline in overall coupe sales.