legal guide to UK motoring, sections for law enforcement, Driver licensing, learner and new drivers, buying and selling, speeding fines, owning a vehicle, wheel clamping, traffic information


Your legal guide to motoring
FIND A
SERVICE
SEARCH THIS WEBSITE
   
 
Introducing the TOYOTA CAMRY 2.0 D STATION WAGON 1986
The Toyota Camry 2.0 D Station Wagon is classed as a Station Wagons Estate by the majority of its drivers.

The Engine is1988 ccm (120,70 cubic inches) and is situated in the Front of the vehicle.Toyota Camry 2.0 D Station Wagon vehicles has 2 valves per cyliner in a in-line, 4-cyl engine

The Camry 2.0 D Station Wagon has a maximum power output of 86.20 PS (62,69 kW or 84,58 HP) at 4500 Rev. per min. with torque 166.00 Nm (16,82 kgf-m or 121,79 ft.lbs) at 2400 Rev. per min.

More informaion is available on the Toyota Camry 2.0 D Station Wagon 1986 in our easy to follow table below

View Picture of Toyota Camry 2.0 D Station Wagon
  Specifications Table
Catagory Station Wagons Estate  Chasis  
Engine 1988 ccm (120,70 cubic inches)  Turning Circle  
Engine Position Front  CO2 Emissions  
Valves per Cyl Length 4620 mm (180,99 inches) 
Max Torque 166.00 Nm (16,82 kgf-m or 121,79 ft.lbs) at 2400 Rev. per min.  Height 1410 mm (55,22 inches) 
Max Power 86.20 PS (62,69 kW or 84,58 HP) at 4500 Rev. per min.  Width 1720 mm (67,36 inches) 
Bore/Stroke   Max Weight(loaded)  
Engine Type in-line, 4-cyl  Towing Weight  
Compression 23.0:1  Ground Clearance  
Top Speed   Wheelbase 2610 mm (102,29 inches) 
Fuel Diesel  Cooling Liquid 
Transmission   Front Brakes Disks 
Power to Weight 0.0643 PS/kg  Rear Brakes Drums 
Seats   Front Leg Room  
Passenger Space 4440 litres (1167,14 gallons)  Drag Co-eff 0.4 
0-100km (0-60mph)   Cargo Space  
Drive Front  Lubrication Wet sump 
Country of Origin Japan  Fuel Cons mixed  
Front Tyre 185/70-R14  Fuel Cons Urban  
Doors Fuel Cons Rural  
Rear Tyre 185/70-R13  Tank Capacity 70.0 litres (18,40 gallons) 
Mobile Site | Privacy | Cookie Policy | Terms & Conditions | Google+       Copyright 2004 - 2013 UKMOTORISTS.com. All rights reserved