So, before you search the Toyota Sprinter Trueno AE86 for sale in Florida, it is better to read the quick description of the unit since Toyota Sprinter Trueno series are produced from 1983-1987. So it is a pretty old car.
The Toyota Sprinter Trueno AE86 Look
First of all, this car was well-known as the affordable unit with easy modification and also lightweight. The car has the combination of a five-speed manual transmission, MacPherson strut front suspension, optional limited slip differential, high revving (7800 rpm), twin-cam engine and also a front-engine.
The AE86 series came with the fuel injected naturally aspirated 4A-Ge Inline-four engine with 1.6 L; 96.8 cu. This technology was also used in the first generation of Toyota MR2 (AW11) and also the Toyota Celica GT-R as well as GT Carina (only available in Japan) with the compression ratio 9:4:1. This car has the SAE gross power output at 128 kW and 105 lb.ft in net output.
The 5-speed manual gearbox was also included, and then later it came with an automatic option. The AE86 also used the 4A-GE engines with the optional LSD too.
In North America, this series used the 4A-GEC engine because this was for complying the California emission regulations. It hs 114 PS; 84kW power and also 136 NM of torque.
Another feature that supported the AE86 was the ventilated disc brakes with MacPherson strut style independent suspension. For the higher-spec, it came with the DOHC 4A-GE with color-matched bumpers, disc brakes, molded door panels, 7,500 tachometer redline leather wrapped tops seats, aluminum wheels and AE88 chassis code in the VIN.
Well, in terms of appearance, of course, we cannot expect more from it. However, the engine is still stunning and great for your daily driving. Interested to buy the used series?