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 Toyota's entry-level Tercel was introduced in 1980 and ran for four generations. Earlier models of the Tercel earned a reputation for overall economy of ownership (not just gas mileage) and general toughness. Compared with Honda and Nissan, Toyota overbuilt their cars, which were, model for model, generally heavier. Although gas mileage suffered a little, overall durability and operating cost never did.


Year-to-year changesEdit

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998
Base 2DR Coupe CE 2DR Coupe
DX 2DR Coupe
DX 4DR Sedan CE 4DR Sedan N/A
LE 4DR Sedan N/A

1998Edit

This was the last model year for the Tercel. The title for "entry-level" was then transferred to the Toyota Corolla for one year (1999).

Retail pricesEdit

As of December 27, 1993:

  • $8,958 (1994 Toyota Tercel 2DR Coupe)
  • $10,458 (1994 Toyota Tercel DX 2DR Coupe)
  • $10,558 (1994 Toyota Tercel DX 4DR Sedan)

As of October 5, 1994:

  • $9,998 (1995 Toyota Tercel 2DR Coupe)
  • $11,028 (1995 Toyota Tercel DX 2DR Coupe)
  • $11,328 (1995 Toyota Tercel DX 4DR Sedan)

As of April 7, 1995:

  • $10,348 (1995 Toyota Tercel 2DR Coupe)
  • $11,418 (1995 Toyota Tercel DX 2DR Coupe)
  • $11,728 (1995 Toyota Tercel DX 4DR Sedan)

As of October 1, 1995:

  • $10,348 (1996 Toyota Tercel 2DR Coupe)
  • $11,598 (1996 Toyota Tercel DX 2DR Coupe)
  • $11,908 (1996 Toyota Tercel DX 4DR Sedan)

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