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JDM 96 Toyota Chaser Avante GX100 with under 68k miles, i put a few hundred miles on it with no issues, great car.
Luxury model Chaser with Inline 6 2.0L 1G engine with automatic transmission, RWD Chaser with 67,400 miles, runs and drives great, mechanically no issues and no rust just some cosmetic flaws as pictured, front bumper has some scuffs, driver door has a dent/scratch, rear left door molding has some scuffs along with scuff around wheel well, rear bumper has some scuffs, small scratch on rear left quarter, something stained trunk carper, driver door panel has some rub marks as pictured.
Contact Rob 864-505-5621
In September 1996, the X100 Chaser replaced the X90 Chaser. The product lineup consisted mostly of Avante and Tourer trim, with the Avante as the luxury model (with more interior accessories) and the Tourer as the sporty model (with large 16-inch wheels). Toyota's VVTi, the company's version of variable-valve timing, was added to the 1JZ engines; they were also upgraded to have more torque, since they had already reached the agreed voluntary limit set by Japanese Automobile Manufacturer's Association regarding horsepower. The 1JZ-GTE was powered by a single turbo configuration instead of the twin turbo of its predecessors. New to the lineup was the Avante Four and the Avante Four G Package (basically the Avante 2.5 L with a full-time 4WD system). These cars were only available with a 4-speed electronic control type (ECT) automatic transmission. The Tourer V and the automatic-only Avante G 3.0 L (2JZ) models had the option of electronic control flex lockup attaching 4-speed automatic (intelligent) (ECT-iE) transmission, besides the ECT-E automatic in the lower-end models.