The all-new Caldina of September 2002 is an unadulterated games wagon and does not impart body boards to Allion, Premio and Avensis. Motors for the Caldina are 1.8 L 1ZZ-FE, 2.0 L 1AZ-FSE, or 2.0 L turbo 3S-GTE. Trim levels are 1.8 X, 1.8 Z, 2.0 Z, 2.0 ZT, and 2.0 GT-Four (the last is coded ST246). There is likewise a MKII Model for the years 2005-2007 with a minor invigorate given to them. All models have programmed transmission and the GT-Four just comes in tiptronic transmission. With the cessation of Celica, the Caldina was one of the sportiest Toyota models sold in Japan.
Caldina GT-Four is additionally generally accessible as a reconditioned dim import auto in Malaysia. As a tribute to Toyota’s engine sport improvement master and the maker of the first GT-Four, Hiromu Naruse, an exceptional version Caldina GT-Four was created. The Caldina GT-Four “N” version. (N for Naruse).
This model was outfitted with a few execution upgrades determined by Naruse:
Enhanced stuns and adjusted spring appraisals
Front upper strut bar
Torsen back LSD
Recaro front seats and inside trim
Creation of the third era Caldina finished in 2007. That was likewise the end for both the 3S-GTE motor and the “GT-Four” name in Toyota’s line-up.
Toyota Caldina 2002 Design