JDM 93 Toyota Corolla 2 EL41 Super Windy 3 Door Hatch 16v EFI 1.3L(4S-FE) engine with automatic transmission with just under 75k miles.
Also known as a Toyota Tercel Fun little car, runs and drives great, great on gas.
Car has 0 rust and runs like a top. Interior is in great condition with aftermarket radio/ speakers. Car has 2 little dings on it as pictured.
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The Tercel was the first front-wheel drive vehicle produced by Toyota, establishing a layout and frame that was later used in other popular Toyota models. The name "Tercel" derives from the Latin word for "one third" as the Tercel was slightly smaller than the Corolla"tiercel" refers to a male falcon, which is one-third smaller than its female counterpart. All Tercels were assembled at the Takaoka factory in Toyota City, Aichi or by Hino Motors in Hamura, Tokyo. Hino assembled the third generation Tercel from 1986 to 1990 for the two-door and some three-door models.
Toyota introduced the fourth generation Tercel in September 1990, as either a three-door hatchback or as a sedan with either two or four doors. In the North American markets it was powered by either a 1.5 L 3E-E engine producing 82 hp (61 kW) at 5,200 rpm (and 89 lb⋅ft (121 N⋅m) of torque at 4,400 rpm) or a 1.5-litre 5E-FE 16 valve DOHC producing 110 hp (82 kW). The hatchback was not offered in North America, while the two-door sedan was not sold in any market outside of the US and Canada. In Japan, the Tercel was also offered in 4WD versions. Hatchback models were VC, Joinus and Avenue. Trim levels for the sedan were VE, VX and VZ. The VZ is powered by a 5E-FHE engine. The higher level Japanese sedans have different tail lights and a better-equipped interior than the export models. North American models were the base (2-door), DX (2-/4-door) and LE (4-door). Color-keyed bumpers, full wheel covers and folded rear seat were optional on the DX, standard on the LE. The LE has red trunk garnish similar to the Japanese model. The 1993 model had a minor exterior redesign to the front and rear fascias and the addition of a standard driver's side airbag and available anti-lock brakes. The Tercel was carried over to 1994 with no major changes—Haloalkane, a non-CFC refrigerant was used in the air conditioning system.