Toyota Carina 1970
The Toyota Carina was initially a Japanese compact car, launched in 1970. It finished production in 2000 as a mid-sized four-door sedan sold in the Japanese market. At that point it was replaced by the Toyota Allion. The Carina name has been used abroad at various times to represent other cars, usually the Toyota Corona. However, the Japanese-market Carina was a different car.The first-generation Carina was launched in 1970 as a four-door companion to the Toyota Celica. Over time it became a sister car to the Toyota Corona, but while based on the same underpinnings, it was usually smaller, sportier, with body work and interior completely separate from the Toyota Corona. This pattern would continue all the way until today - The Carina's position relative to the Corona is identical to the Allion's position relative to the Toyota Corona Premio, which replaced the Toyota Corona.
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