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Toyota Carina 1600 GT

Toyota Carina 1600 GT


Toyota Carina Tyres



Toyota Carina II Tyres


  • In 1983 the Toyota Corona and Carina were replaced by a rebadged version of Corona called the Toyota Carina II in european exports. The Carina II fitted 165-13 aside from the Exec model which fitted 175/70 - 13. The best tyre in this size is 175/70 VR 13 PIRELLI CINTURATO CN36.
  • For 175/70 - 13 tyres we recommend fitting Michelin 13E Offset Valve Inner Tube.
  • Rather confusingly the Carina II was renamed to Carina E in 1992 and moved onto 14" wheels fitting 175/70 - 14 on 1.6L models and 185/65 R 14 on 2.0L models. unfortunately, no classic tyre manufacturer currently makes a tyre in either of these sizes.

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    Toyota Carina Recommended Tyres


  1. 165R13 PIRELLI CINTURATO CN36
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    165R13 PIRELLI CINTURATO CN36
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  2. 165HR13 Michelin XAS FF
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    165 HR 13 Michelin XAS FF

    Starting at £244.80 £204.00

  3. 175/70VR13 Pirelli Cinturato CN36
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    175/70 VR 13 PIRELLI CINTURATO CN36

    Starting at £130.80 £109.00

  4. 185/70VR13 Pirelli Cinturato CN36
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    185/70 VR 13 PIRELLI CINTURATO CN36
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  5. 185/70VR13 Michelin XDX
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    185/70 R 13 Michelin XDX

    Starting at £328.80 £274.00

  6. Michelin 13E Offset Valve Inner Tube
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    Michelin 13E Offset Valve Inner Tube

    Starting at £14.40 £12.00

  7. Michelin 13D Offset Valve Inner Tube
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    Michelin 13D Offset Valve Inner Tube

    Starting at £15.60 £13.00


  8. Other Options for Toyota Carina Tyres


  9. 165HR13 Dunlop SP Sport Aquajet
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    165 R 13 Dunlop SP Sport Aquajet

    Starting at £186.00 £155.00

  10. 175/70R13 Dunlop SP Sport AquaJet
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    175/70R13 Dunlop SP Sport AquaJet

    Starting at £175.20 £146.00

  11. 185/70R13 Dunlop SP Sport AquaJet
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    185/70R13 Dunlop SP Sport AquaJet

    Starting at £187.20 £156.00

  12. 185/70HR13 Avon CR6ZZ
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    185/70 HR 13 Avon CR6ZZ

    Starting at £286.80 £239.00

  13. 175/70HR13 Avon CR6ZZ
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    175/70 HR 13 Avon CR6ZZ

    Starting at £277.20 £231.00

  14. 165VR13 PIRELLI CINTURATO CN36
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    Set of 4 165VR13 PIRELLI CINTURATO CN36
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  15. 165 VR 13 PIRELLI CINTURATO CN36
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    Set of 5 165 VR 13 PIRELLI CINTURATO CN36
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  16. Set of 4 175/70VR13 Pirelli Cinturato CN36
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    Set of 4 175/70 R13 PIRELLI CINTURATO CN36

    Starting at £504.00 £420.00

  17. Set of 5 175/70VR13 Pirelli Cinturato CN36
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    Set of 5 175/70 R 13 PIRELLI CINTURATO CN36

    Starting at £624.00 £520.00

  18. Set of 4 185/70VR13 Pirelli Cinturato CN36
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    Set of 4 185/70 R13 PIRELLI CINTURATO CN36
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  19. Set of 5 185/70VR13 Pirelli Cinturato CN36
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    Set of 5 185/70R13 PIRELLI CINTURATO CN36
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History of the Toyota Carina

The Toyota Carina was introduced as the Celica's Saloon twin sibling, as they were launched at the same time on the same platform and built in the same factory in Europe. The Carina was made to be the smaller sedan of the Toyota range, while the Crown was larger. It was similar in size to the Corona, featuring either a 1407cc or 1588cc overhead valve engine on the original first-generation models. There were a few re-stylings over the first generation, mostly featuring minor changes to the trim, but in the mid-70s a dual-line braking system and sealed cooling system were added. In 1975 Toyota produced a Van variation of the Carina. It had the rear end cargo door of the 30-series Corolla wagon and an odd opera window in the cargo area. This model stayed in Japan, for the most part, seeing little export.

In 1977 the second generation of Carina was released in Japan and in Europe in 1978. An estate model was introduced in this generation, the high-end models of Carina were equipped with fuel injection, and a lower emission 1600 2T-GEU engine was added, but in the ST and SR EFI models, a 1770cc engine was installed in place. This generation of Carina also led to the Celica Camry, as it was the basis for the Camry to come.

The third generation of Carina came in 1981 and featured the boxy and angular square design that was all the rage for 80's saloons. This generation was the first to offer a diesel engine, this being a 1839cc Inline 4 engine. This would also be the last generation to offer the Carina van, as production for them ended in 1987. Carina's fourth generation was largely similar to the previous, albeit with trim changes and an introduction of sports models of Carina. The entire range would later add more minor trim changes. The Carina 2 was released in Europe, however, this was actually, a rebadged Corona T150. The Carina ED was produced in 1985 as an alternative to the Toyota Crown hardtop that was smaller and did not have the tax obligations of a larger non-"compact" car class.

Following 1983, the Carina was just a name for the European export models of Corona, it would be the Carina II until 1992 when it became the Carina E until production ceased in Europe in 1997, making way to be replaced by the Toyota Avensis. In 2001 the Carina E ended production in Japan.


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