Toyota A engine
The A Series engines are a family of inline-four internal combustion engines with displacement from 1.3 L to 1.8 L produced by Toyota Motor Corporation. The series has cast iron engine blocks and aluminum cylinder heads.
The development of the series began in the late 1970s, when Toyota wanted to develop a completely new engine for the Toyota Tercel, successor of Toyota's K engine. The goal was to achieve good fuel efficiency and performance as well as low emissions with a modern design.The A-series includes the first mass-production DOHC, four-valve-per-cylinder engine, the 4A-GE, and a later version of the same motor was one of the first production five-valve-per-cylinder engines.
Toyota joint venture partner Tianjin FAW Xiali still produces the 1.3 L 8A and recently resumed production of the 5A.
|Displacement||1.5 L (1,452 cc)|
|Cylinder bore||77.5 mm|
|Piston stroke||77.0 mm|
|Cylinder block alloy||cast-iron|
|Cylinder head alloy||aluminum|
The 1.5 L 1A was produced between 1978 and 1980. All variants were belt-driven 8-valve counter-flow SOHC engine with a single, twin-barrel downdraft carburetor.
- AL10 Tercel
Using Toyota TTC-C catalytic converter.
- 80 PS (59 kW) at 5,600 rpm and 11.5 kg·m (113 N·m) at 3,600 rpm (compression at 9.0:1)
- AL10 Tercel/Corsa (Japan only)