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Are you looking for a Toyota Starlet for sale? If yes, here are some important things about the car you may need to know. Check them out!
Everything You Need To Know Before Buying A Toyota Starlet For Sale
The Toyota Starlet is a small car produced by Toyota to replace the Toyota Publica. Its production started in 1973 and ended in 1999 through 5 generations. The Starlet is the fantastic creation in terms of comfort, ease, reliability, practicality and durability in its lineup. Generally it is a simple car; however there are still some upgraded versions for customers who want more features.
In 1999, the Toyota Starlet was replaced by the Toyota Vitz, known as Yaris or Echo in export markets.
- Good on petrol
- Easy to drive and park even without power steering
- Robust and reliable mechanical package
- Interior is beautiful
- Boot is acceptable for such a small car
- Reliable and inexpensive to run
- Good air-conditioning
- No legroom in the back
- Cheap version does not have power steering
II. A Brief Review Of 5 Generations
Over the years, Toyota had done many things to make the Starlet a better car than other competitors in the same category. The varying series that were designed and produced included the 40 series, the 60 series, the 70 series, the 80 series and the 90 series.
- The first generation, known as the 40 series, was launched in 1973 and ceased in 1978. This generation was available in 3 body styles: a two-door sedan, a three-door wagon and a four-door sedan. Grades offered were Standard, Deluxe, Hi-Deluxe, SR and ST. And this generation was not available for sale in European market, despite the high demand of the similar-sized car in this continent. Engine options were 993 cc 2K I4, 1,166 cc 3K I4.
- The second generation, known as the 60 series, was introduced in 1978 and ended in 1984. This generation was available in three-door hatchback, five-door hatchback and five-door wagon station body styles. It came with a 993 cc 2K I4 (KP60), 1166 cc 3K I4 (KP62), 1290 cc 4K I4 (KP61) or 1290 cc 4K-E I4 EFI (KP61) engine. Transmission options were: K40 (4-speed manual), K50/K51 (5-speed manual), A40 3-speed automatic (second facelift).
- The third generation, known as the 70 series, debuted in 1984 and ceased in 1989. This generation switched to front-wheel drive, which was now the normal format for cars of this size. Body styles included a three-door hatchback, a five-door hatchback and a three-door van for commercial use. Engine options were: 999 cc 1E I4, 1295 cc 2E I4, 1295 cc 2E-ELU EFi I4, 1295 cc 2E-TELU turbo I4. Transmission options were: 4 speed manual, 5 speed manual, 3 speed automatic, 4 speed automatic.
- The fourth generation, known as the 80 series, went on sale in 1989 and ceased in 1995. This generation came with a more rounded body style and interior. The sports models featured different headlights, bumpers, and tail lights from the regular models. Other updates included high tech features for greater usefulness and better control and handling.
- The fifth generation, known as the 90 series, introduced in 1996 with the remaining body styles: three-door hatchback or five-door hatchback. The 90 series owns a unique design that is sloped-down belt line on the front doors. The Starlet 90 series shares its platform with the Paseo including engines, suspension and many other parts. Engine options were: 1295 cc 2E I4, 1331 cc 4E-FE I4, 1331 cc 4E-FTE turbo I4 and 1453 cc 1N diesel I4. Transmission options were: 4/5-speed manual; 3/4-speed automatic.
Other updates included: revised interior fabric, new grille, tail lights and front bumpers. Production of the 90 series ceased in July 1999, just after the introduction of the Yaris.
Toyota Starlet Glanza: The Starlet Glanza is the sports version of the 90 series, and is the successor to the 80 series. The name “Glanza” means “Sparkle” or “Brilliancy” in German. The Glanza V was fitted with the turbocharged 1331 cc 4E-FTE and the Glanza S was powered by the naturally aspirated 1331 cc 4E-FE. The 4E-FE created 85 PS (63 kW; 84 hp), which was enough to propel the car from 0 to 100 km/h within 7 seconds. The turbo 4E-FTE generated 140 PS (103 kW; 138 HP) at 6400 rpm with a 0-100 km/h within 8.3 seconds. The Glanze S version released in December 1996, having standard body kits same as the Glanza V turbo.
III. Interior And Exterior Design
The Toyota Starlet owns a really nice look with good paint. Get into the car you will see the Starlet has a very basic interior: no power windows, no power mirror. The car doesn’t have a digital clock. The central instrumentation panel contains a field fuel gauge, the mileage and the temperature gauges, which are pretty simple too. The front seats are quite comfortable to sit on, whereas the rear seats are a bit cramped for passengers.
The Starlet’s cargo space is reasonable for a small car. Moreover, the rear seats can be folded, providing more space to carrying more items.
IV. Performance And Handling
Thanks to its small size, the Starlet is very easy to park. Its driving experience is good, especially for new drivers. The only downside here is its interior noise is quite loud but it is normal in a small car like this one.
V. Toyota Starlet Price
On used car market, a used Toyota Starlet has the price from $1,500 to $10,000 depending on mileage, model and other conditions of the car. So when buying a Toyota Starlet for sale, you can base on this price range to pick a car suitable for your demand. Another tip is always purchasing from a trusted dealer to ensure the quality of the car as well as the amount of money you have to pay is worth it.