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The following models are encompassed by this manual: Avensis / Toyota Motor Corporation
Toyota Avensis 1.6 VVT-i
Toyota Avensis 1.8 VVT-i
Toyota Avensis 2.0 VVT-i
Toyota Avensis 2.4 VVT-i
Toyota Avensis 2.0 D-4D
Toyota Avensis 2.2 D-4D
Production year(s): 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007
Manual Language: English
Printable: Yes (with all printers)
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"Download Your Complete Workshop Manual for the Mid-Size/Large Family Car, The Toyota Avensis!"
The Toyota Avensis, a mid-size/large family car, made its mark in the automotive industry between 2002 and 2007. With its impeccable design and robust performance, it earned its place in the hearts of many car owners worldwide. Now, we are making it easier for you to understand, service, and maintain your beloved vehicle. Our downloadable comprehensive workshop manual covers all the details you need to keep your car in peak condition.
Here are some specific engine specifications:
• The Avensis is equipped with a 1.6L 3ZZ-FE I4 engine.
• The base model comes with a 1.8L 1ZZ-FE I4 engine.
• There's also a version with a 2.0L 1AZ-FSE I4 direct injection engine.
• It boasts a more powerful 2.4L 2AZ-FSE I4 direct injection engine in some models.
• For diesel enthusiasts, there's a 2.0L 1CD-FTV I4 turbo diesel engine.
• It has a 2.2L 2AD-FHV I4 common rail turbo diesel engine variant.
• The transmission options include 4-speed automatic.
• It also offers a 5-speed manual transmission.
• The higher-end models have a 6-speed manual transmission.
• The vehicle is front-engine, front-wheel-drive.
• The sedan and wagon body styles are built on the Toyota New MC platform.
• Its maximum power output ranges from 110 hp to 177 hp, depending on the engine variant.
• The car's fuel efficiency ranges from 34 mpg to 52 mpg.
• It follows the Euro 4 emission standard.
• It has MacPherson strut front suspension.
• It employs double wishbone rear suspension.
• The car comes with a rack and pinion steering system.
• It features ventilated front disc brakes.
• The rear brakes are solid disc type.
• The wheelbase of the car measures 2700 mm.
• The length of the sedan variant is 4635 mm, while the wagon is 4765 mm.
• The width and height of the car are 1760 mm and 1480 mm respectively.
• The car has a fuel tank capacity of 60 liters.
• The turning circle of the car is 10.8 meters.
• It features an advanced Electronic Control Unit (ECU) for better engine management.
Facts and details:
- The Toyota Avensis was manufactured in the United Kingdom, at the Burnaston factory in Derbyshire.
- The Avensis was the first vehicle to use Toyota's Optimal Drive technology for better fuel efficiency and lower emissions.
- It was available in three body styles: sedan, wagon, and liftback.
- The Avensis was named the 'Semperit Irish Car of the Year' in 2003.
- Toyota provided all F1 track officials with Avensis vehicles during the 2003 Formula 1 season.
- The 2.2 D-4D engine introduced in 2005 was one of the most powerful diesel engines in the D-segment.
- The Avensis was recognized for its high safety standards, receiving a five-star rating from Euro NCAP.
- The Avensis T-Spirit model came equipped with satellite navigation as standard.
- The vehicle boasted an advanced Multi-Mode Manual Transmission (MMT), a type of semi-automatic transmission.
Maintenance, Common Issues, and Solutions:
Maintenance intervals: It is recommended to have a full service every 12,000 miles or every 12 months, whichever comes first. Timing belts should be replaced every 60,000 miles.
Maintenance tips: Regular oil and filter changes, brake checks, and tire rotations are essential to maintain the health of your Avensis.
Common issues: Some owners reported problems with the Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) in diesel models, which could cause loss of power. EGR valve failures have also been reported.
Solutions: Regular servicing and using high-quality fuel can prevent DPF issues. Replacement of the EGR valve is often the most straightforward solution to its failure.
- A performance exhaust system can increase power output and improve sound.
- An ECU remap can maximize the efficiency of the engine.
- High-performance air filters can enhance airflow and performance.
- Lowering springs can improve handling and give the car a sportier look.
- Upgrading to performance brakes can provide better stopping power.
Strengths: Owners have praised the Avensis for its reliability, comfort, and high safety standards. The diesel engines, in particular, have been appreciated for their power and efficiency.
Weaknesses: Some owners have reported issues with the DPF in diesel models and EGR valve failures. There have also been complaints about the car's lack of exciting driving dynamics.
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