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Toyota Corolla (Petrol) 1992 - 1997 Haynes Service and Repair Manual
NEW paperback 456 pages
UK manual covering the UK/European/Japan Toyota Corolla (Petrol) 1992 - 1997 Haynes Owners Service & Repair Manual covers Saloon, Hatchback, Liftback and Estate, Including Special / Limited Editions
The Corolla had an equivalent model Sprinter, with the Sprinter Trueno being equivalent to the Corolla Levin.This model was not as successful compared to previous series due to a rising yen and the beginning of the collapse of the Japanese asset price bubble driven recession in Japan, blunting demand.The standard Corolla model range included the 3-door hatchback Corolla FX, 4-door sedan and 5-door station wagon designs. Also returning in this generation had been the two-door coupé Corolla Levin. A 4WD variant of the sedan and station wagon was also available with a 1.6 liter gasoline or 2.0 liter diesel engine.
The 4-door "pillared hardtop" Corolla Ceres and Sprinter Marino happened to be introduced in 1992. They bore no real exterior resemblance but feature the chassis and many of the engine range of the standard Corollas, and used the Levin/Trueno dashboard. Minor face lift changes are introduced in May 1993 these included a new grille, a reconfiguration of the rear lamps and various bits of trim and garnish.
The E100 sedan and hatchbacks introduced in 1991 lasted until the introduction of the E110 in May 1995. "Van" and "Business Wagon" designs were basically stripped out wagons with leaf-sprung solid axle rear suspensions. Company Wagons typically had slightly higher equipment levels than simpler vans. Both versions continued to provide the commercial vehicle market really into 2002, outliving the mainstream E110 models in Japan.
The five-door Sprinter had been sold as the Corolla Sprinter in some markets in Europe, and simply the Corolla liftback in others. The three and five-door Corolla hatchback was also sold in Europe, and was available mostly in normal (non-sports) specs unlike the three-door-only FX range available in Japan. In Europe, the hatchback sold better than the sedan and estate. Although basically the trim levels are Base, GLi and XLi, also there was the GS. The GS featured a fully color-coded exterior and with full electrics and a tilt/slide steel sunroof. It also had an upgraded interior with white a rev and dials counter. In British the Corolla was marketed as CD, S, and CDX. A few choose, rare models featured the 1.8L 7A-FE engine, including the 1.8 GXi 3-door hatchback in the UK, and the 1.8 XLi 4WD estate. The sedan has its rear license plate mounted on the trunk as opposed to the bumper on other region designs.
In Europe's biggest national auto-market, the E100 sustained the Corolla's reputation for reliability and economy. In 1995 it topped the small family car class in a reliability survey of 4-6 year old cars undertaken by the German Automobile Association (ADAC), with 5.3 recorded breakdowns per 1,000 cars for four-year-old cars and 10.1 for six-year-old cars: this compared with 12.0 breakdowns per 1,000 cars for four-year-old Volkswagen Golfs and 21.8 for six-year-old Golfs. (The class loser was the Fiat Tipo with 38.3 breakdowns per 1,000 for four-year-old cars and 44.0 for six-year-old Tipos.)