Toyota Tercel Model Overview
Toyota Tercel Cars
89 Tercel Won't Turn Off
So I have a 1989 Toyota Tercel 5-door liftback it starts just fine it runs fine but I go to turn it off and I turn the key back to the off position and take it out and it does not shut off I have t...
The detent cable for a 86 Toyota travel is a discontinued part. Is there a detent cable that is still available, and compatible for a 86 Toyota tercel wagon? Part # 7815016010
Is A 92 Toyota Paseo Transmission Compatible With A 97 Toyota Tercel
MY TRANSMISSION IN MY 97 TERCEL IS LOCKING UP, AND IS IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND A TRANSMISSION FOR IT. I FOUND ONE TO A PASEO THATS 2 HOURS AWAY AND THE TERCEL AND PASEO HAVE THE EXACT SAME ENGINE. ARE TH...
I am about to change the oil on the car. I just bought it from a previous owner, there is no manual. What is the oil capacity of this car?
White Smoke From Exhaust When You Turn On The Car And Later Disappears
Toyota Tercel Overview
The Toyota Tercel was introduced in 1978 as Toyota's sub-compact, entry-level car. The Tercel saw many incarnations during its lifetime, including as a sedan, coupe, wagon, and hatchback.
The Tercel was Toyota's first front-wheel drive car, and was originally named the Corolla Tercel, to capitalize on the sedan's popularity. The first Tercels had a 60 horsepower engine. By the end, it had gained a 93-horsepower engine.
In addition to its many body styles, the Tercel was available in a variety of trims over its 20-year run, including a 4WD version with a sixth, extra-low gear. In 1988, Toyota introduced a super-economy version, the Tercel EZ, which came equipped with rubber floor mats and vinyl seating, but was lacking basics such as sun visors.
It was discontinued in 1998 in favor of Toyota's new sub-compact, the Echo, which was introduced in 2000 and subsequently discontinued as well.