Toyota C engine
The Toyota C engine family was a series of inline-4 diesel engines.
|Code||Capacity (cc)||Bore (mm)||Stroke (mm)||Power (kW)||Torque (Nm)|
The 2C was a long running diesel engine, with some models (e.g. Toyota Corona) receiving the turbo version 2C-T which provided 65 kW. It was replaced by the more economical 3C-TE in the above model from 1999.
Although having a larger displacement than the 2C-T, the 3C-TE was more economical and powerful at 69 kW. The C series engines were replaced by the CD series in the European market, while Toyota stopped selling diesel models in Japan after the 3C-TE.