1993 Toyota Scepter

1993 Toyota Scepter
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Toyota Scepter Problems
Toyota septer station wagon
1995, it is conyiuosly mixing water with oil....
Central locking problem
1994, central locking operates from switch
inside door but not from key...
Key switch central locking not operating
1994, central locking operates from switch
inside door but not with key...

Engine size - Displacement - Engine capacity:2200 cm3
Transmission Gearbox - Number of speeds:Automatic
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Drive wheels - Traction - Drivetrain:FF
Price (out of date):$6000

1993 Toyota Scepter specs, Engine size 2.2l., Fuel type Gasoline, Drive wheels FF, Transmission Gearbox Automatic

This article is about the Toyota Scepter and Toyota Camry version sold outside of Japan. For all other Camry models, see Toyota Camry.

The Toyota Scepter is a mid-size car produced by Toyota between 1991 and 1997. Outside of Japan, the Scepter is known as the third generation Toyota Camry.

In 1990, Toyota replaced the compact V20 Camry will an all-new V30 series exclusive to Japan. While marginally larger than the V20, the V30 had to comply with Japanese tax legislation. To meet the "number five" tax bracket, the Camry had to adhere to the 1,700millimetre (66.9in) width and 4,700millimetre (185.0in) length limit. Particularly in the United States, the narrower model would not generate enough sales. As a result, a "wide body" Scepter model was designed. This came to be known as the Camry XV10 in all markets outside of Japan. The smaller Camry varied in other area besides the size. Although the underpinnings, doors and fenders, and overall basic design cues were common between the two cars, the Camry sported harder, more angular front- and rear-end treatment, with the Scepter presenting a more curvaceous lines. This rounded silhouette was shared by many other Toyota's of similar vintage: the Corolla and Celica, along with the Avalon from the mid-1990s to name a few. This was a departure from the second generation Camry models which, although they had many more rounded panels than the first generation, were nevertheless generally slab-sided in shape.

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