The 18R engine is used by Toyota uses at least the Celica, Corona en Cressida. From the data we have collected so far regarding the 18R, it appears that this engine has been used by Toyota in cars from 1975 to 1982.
The power output of the 18R ranges from 65 to 66 kw depending on the year of manufacture, any turbochargers and the model version. The displacement of the 18R varies from 1.954 to 1.955 cc.
At this time, our records show that the 18R was used in the cars listed below:
|Car brand||Model||Model years|
|Toyota||Celica XT Liftback||1979-1982|
|Toyota||Corona 2000 Kombi||1976-1979|
|Toyota||Corona Mark II 2000 Coupe||1975-1977|
|Toyota||Corona Mark II 2000 Lim.||1975-1977|
|Toyota||Cressida Lim., Kombi||1977-1981|
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