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Toyota Kijang (Japanese: ????????, Toyota Kijang), an abbreviation for "Kerjasama Indonesia-Jepang" (Indonesian-Japan Cooperation), is a range of pickups and MPS that Toyota sells mainly in Southeast Asia. "Kijang ", which in Indonesian means deer/Muntjak, was first launched in Indonesia in 1977 and is today the most beloved vehicle in the state.
Like the Toyota Tamaraw, the same model was previously manufactured in the Philippines, where it was introduced in December 1976. In the Philippines, fourth-generation Toyota Revo cars were marketed. It is also marketed in other markets and is known as Toyota Qualis in India and Nepal (third and forth generation), Toyota Zace in Taiwan (third and forth generation), Toyota Unser in Malaysia (fourth generation) and Toyota Stallion in Africa for the base model (second, third and forth generation), with higher specification than Toyota Venture (third) and Toyota Condor in South Africa (fourth generation).
The Kijang is relatively inexpensive in the countries where it is marketed in comparison to four-wheel drives (the Kijang is a rear-wheel drive) and is characterised by high seatability, high ride height and robust springs, as well as being a favourite feature in an area with generally bad roads and large family sizes. First Kijang was a lightweight, small, compact pick-up driven by a 1.2-litre 3K motor tuned for a four-speed manually-gear.
Kijang Minibus (Van/Wagon version) was build by a small village firm. Kijang was first launched on the domestic Japanese markets on June 9, 1977, although it has been sold in the Philippines since December 2, 1976. Under the name "KF10" he divided the 3K-motor with the 1972 Corolla, combined with a four-speed-gearbox.
The bonnet was called " Kijang Buaya " (crocodile Kijang) because it looked like an open one. KF10 Kijang was selling 26,806 cars until 1981, when it was superseded by the second Kijang family. The Kijang was marketed in the Philippines as Toyota Tamaraw (named after one of the country's nationals, the Tamaraw), which was manufactured in the 70s until the early 80s.
Launched in December 1976, it began as a small 3 tonne high side pickup (HSPU) with the 1.2L "4K" petrol motor (with 56 hp), and was manufactured by the now decommissioned Delta Motors, which mounted Toyota cars in the Philippines. Due to their robustness and maintainability, even their upgradeability (some replace the 4K motor with a more efficient one, usually a diesels or one of Toyota's "K" motors[quote required]), some of these cars still live on today, and their constructions are still sometimes imitated or modi?ed by locals today.
The Tamaraw was also marketed in the Philippines as a 30 long wheel base range. The Kijang, launched in November 1986, was available as a small wheel base (KF40 series) and a long wheel base (KF50 series). Launched in this family was Full Presed MPV Full Presed Bodysuit by Toyota nominated firms. Now the van got a right tailgate and got a new name, Toyota Original Bodysuit, instead of Full Presed Bodys.
Until then, this is the only kite-free Kijang. SX/KF42 & LX/KF52 standard: a basic Kijang version with four-speed gearbox, fitted as a standard and without feat. The Kijang Rover (GRX Special Edition, KF42): a body with a larger cabin, electric window lifters for all 4 ports, centre panel, sophisticated 4-speaker and 2-tweeter sound system, wood slats, custom-made panels, new light metal castors and new tail.
The Kijang Jantan (LGX-based KF52 ): a bodybuilder with a bigger boot, climate control with a dehumidifier in the back, leathers and the same luxury as the Kijang Rover. Kijang Kencana (KF42/KF52) is a body style Kijang Rover/Jantan with a higher top and higher floor-space. The Kijang was given a second face-lift in 1994, with a new radiator grill, new Enkei 14" aluminum race tires, a new steeringwheel, a speedometer for the luxury fairing and the bigger carburettor 1.
8 litre (1,781 cc) 7K-C OHV-motor. The 5K motor was discontinued entirely with the launch of the 7-component motor. For the Kijang, a four-speed transmission was launched on August 17, 1995 as an option for the SGX and LGX series. Kijang was marketed in India under the name Toyota Qualis.
8 ] The Qualis was modelled on the third edition worldwide, but was equipped with a new front and tail styled, as well as smaller changes in look and some 4th edition drive system parts. 9 ] This Qualis is driven either by a 2. 4-litre diesels or a 2. 0-litre gasoline engin. One of the versions was build and distributed in South Africa as a venture, with the pick-up stallion-variation.
This was mounted by Toyota Motor Philippines. At the beginning of 1997, the new Kijang was given a new design that is bigger, heavy and more airy and is now stronger and more sophisticated than its predecessor in the small and no longer on a small scale, but on the whole. Known as Kijang Capsule, the van was either the 70 series (short wheelbase) or the 80 series (long wheelbase).
Kijang was the most popular car in Indonesia and could reach up to 14 km/l of petrol, similar to the Isuzu Panther (which offered the same power but with a more rigid design). It' made on the same plate as the Toyota Hilux of the 6th family.
As a rule, the 4th Kijang vehicle was available in two versions: the pick-up version was available with standard deck and standard deck (and superseded by the Hilux Single Cabin when the Kijang pick-up was phased out in 2007). It was also available for a limited period with the small wheel base and the sportive Rangga, but this car was not a success on the marked with only a few cars on sale.
RoverAce " and "Jantan Raider" from the village firm were also just a few copies of them. The Kijang received a new frontend in 2000. Both the LGX and Krista 2. litre engines were used. Kijang, the 4th Kijang family in Indonesia, has been replaced three times:
Chevron 4 and 4 diesels. To reduce manufacturing costs, thinner car chassis steels were used, so the new car was offered at the same prices as the first one. In the case of this type (and upwards), clients could select which motor they wanted to use - the initial (but renewed) 2. 0-litre MFI petrol motor, a 2. 4-litre diesels motor or the new 1. 8-litre MFI motor.
Kijang's 4th Kijang was marketed in the Philippines under the Tamaraw FX Revo name tag. It was launched in 1998 to substitute the Tamaraw FX (although it was on sale next to it for a while). From the Hilux period, the platforms and the diesels were used. Engines options comprise a 1. 8-liter OHV fuel cell for the petrol motor and 2.
4-litreOHC dieseltankine. In 1998, a series of 7,700 copies were delivered. Revos are infamous for having had some owner grievances at the moment, along with other engines. Toyota has redesigned the Revo for the year 2000, with changes to the logo and a new edition of the decorative line.
Machine options comprise the 1. 8 liter OHV fuel cell and new 2. 0 liter SOHC fuel cell and 2. 4 liter OHC fuel cell petrolcharged. A new 2-litre compression-ignition locomotive has been designed to counteract smoke-inducing symptoms. Revos have been either rented to a fleet, to local law enforcement agencies or to those who want to catch the last Revos by February 2005.
They are high-roofed combinations built on the long Kijang mini bus wheels. Zero litre, 2. 4 litre petrol and 3. 0 litre diesel. Condor is also available in Ghana with 1. 8 liters and 3 liters. 22 ] The STALLIOON panel van was first launched with a 1. 8 litre F60 common to the kijang/zace pick-up, later superseded by a 2. 0 litre basic motor for the 2003 Condor and STALION model markets in SA and the 3. OD motor, both of which feature a F61 frame with seating in a 5-seater 2.
Offered for the Taiwan market, the left-hand driven model was available in 5- and 8-seater versions with a selection of 1. 8 or 2 seats. and a four-stroke gasoline motor. A unique feature of the Surf is the use of a print able aerial in the upper trim. Only the 2. 4L 4RZ with optional 2WD Auto gearbox was available for both Africa and Taiwan and is included as part of the 2WD series.
A 1. 8 7K motor in flatsided or standartdeck configurations was used in the individual cabin version of the zuce. Because of its diverse role in the various market segments, the Kijang was superseded by the Avanza and Toyota IMV flatbed trucks. Qualis, the market in India, was superseded by the Innova, which completely skipped the 4th Kijang family.
In 2005 the Toyota Innova was launched on the Philippine market as the follow-up to the Toyota Revo with promotional materials that refer to the Innova as "A Beautiful[R]evolution" and the Revo nameplate. Due to the Innova taxis and retail companies' focus on the families, which were previously operated by the entry-level models DLX and GL Revo trim, they were now operated by the Avanza, while the upscale SR and VX trimmers are now operated by the Fortun SUV.
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