The History Of Toyota Curren
The Toyota Curren was a Japanese automobile built by the Toyota Motor Corporation. It was based on the Toyota T200 chasis. It shared the same interior and rear end design as the 1994-1998 Toyota Celica coupé. Instead of having four round headlights like the Celica, it had a fixed headlight design resembling that of the 1992-1996 Toyota Scepter.
For 1994 the Toyota Curren came in two models the ST206 and the ST207. The ST206 had four different trim levels. The FS, XS, ZS and the ZS Sport Selection. The FS and XS models were both powered by the 140hp 3S-FE engine, whereas the ZS models were powered by the 170-180hp 3S-GE engine. The ZS Sport Selection had the added benefit of a limited slip differential and a leather steering wheel. The ST207 only came in the XS Touring Selection, which was powered by the 3S-FE and came equipped with four wheel steering
1995 saw the introduction of the XS and ZS S-Packages which included a rear spoiler, rear wiper, alloy wheels, and 10hp more on the ZS models. A new model, the ST208, was introduced as a base model to the lineup. It had two trim levels the TS and the TS Private Selection which included a rear wiper and a rear spoiler. Both trim levels were powered by the 1.8L 125hp 4S-FE engine.
In 1996 the Toyota Curren received a facelift that included a redesigned front bumper, clear front turn signals, and a redesigned front grille. In addition, it also received redesigned tail lights that featured a darker tint and clear turn signals.
1997 marked the last year of the four wheel steering ST207 model. The rest of the models remained unchanged until it was discontinued from production in 1998.
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