Model Toyota Corona appeared in the model range of the brand in 1957. This rear-wheel drive sedan was equipped with engines of 0.9 or 1 liter.
Already in 1960, started production of the second "Crown", offered with sedan, station wagon and pickup. The choice of engines has become wider - there were versions 1.0, 1.5 or 1.9, and an automatic transmission appeared among the options. An important event was the beginning of exports to the United States.
The third-generation Toyota Corona, introduced in 1964, had versions with sedan, hatchback, coupe, station wagon and pickup. This model was collected not only in Japan, but also in Korea, Australia and New Zealand.
In 1970, the production of cars of the fourth generation began with a sedan, coupe and wagon. It was equipped with in-line four-cylinder engines in volume from 1.5 to 2 liters. The next fifth generation of the model was produced from 1973 to 1979. The sixth Toyota Corona debuted in 1978. The cars were manufactured with sedan, coupe, liftback and station wagon and equipped with engines from 1.6 to 2.4 liters. The seventh generation Corona lasted on the assembly line from 1982 to 1989. In the US market, this model was no longer offered, it was replaced by the Toyota Camry. Introduced in 1983, the eighth Corona, became the front-wheel drive. The car was produced in parallel with the machines of the previous generation. In the European market, this model was called Carina II.
The ninth-generation Toyota Carina, produced from 1986 to 1992, was the result of upgrading from a previous model. The car, offered with sedan, coupe, liftback and station wagon, was completed with 1.6, 1.8 and 2.0 engines. In 1992, the next version of the model was presented. The version for the European market was called Carina E and was produced in the UK. Engines remain the same. Choose the model and get information about Toyota Corona parts. Here collected data of car parts for up to last Toyota Corona 1992