Toyota Tercel Model Overview
Toyota Tercel Cars
What To Do When It Keeps Stalling Out
It keeps stalling on me when pulling into a stop I have to when stopping otherwise it stalls out any suggestions is automatic transdies when I slow down stop or revs when in nuetral or park
What’s The Correct Way To Finish The Block Before Installing The Head
What’s the best way to smooth out before replacing head
Will The Engine Hold Up At Interstate Speeds?
My son recently bought a 98 Tercel. It is doing very well, but I have a concern. It has the basic automatic transmission and the engine seems to be revved fairly high at 55 mpg. I am wondering how...
What Parts Do I Need
I have a 1996 Tercel automatic and found a 3 speed manual from another car. Was just wondering if I need to change out the ECU or change anything at all
What Is Reasonable Price To Sell 1984 Tercel Hatchback 82,500 Miles, Origin...
Manual 4 speed Transmission. Radio. New tires, reconditioned AC, New clutch, brakes. Original owner. Covered floors with carpet immediately after purchase, so original vinyl underneath is undisturbe...
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.