One of the final pieces to add to my Toyota Tundra overlanding truck camper is the Roadshower 4. I got this because it is very convenient when you are on a road trip to have a quick shower and to spray off your gear. This model holds 7 gallons of water. I also ordered the flexible gooseneck nozzle to be able to feel like a real shower. In this video, I am testing out the shower and explaining some of the features of it.
A quick look round a Lotus Elise Series 3, taking approximately 60 seconds or so.
The Elise series 3 began production in 2011, and uses a 1.6 or 1.8 litre 4 cylinder engine from Toyota, mounted transversely at the rear, with a 6 speed manual gearbox. The 1.6 litre was discontinued in 2018.
The performance figures for the 1.8 litre supercharged Toyota 2ZR-FE inline-4 are 217 bhp at 6800 rpm, 0-60 mph in 4.2 seconds and a top speed of 140 mph.
If you are the owner, or even if you know anything about this car, please feel free to drop a comment and offer up some details. I’d love to know more about it.
Toyota Carina From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Toyota Carina is an automobile which was manufactured by Toyota from December 1970 to 2001. It was introduced as a four-door counterpart of the Celica, of which it originally shared a platform. Later, it was realigned to the Corona platform, but retained its performance image, with distinctive bodywork and interior — aimed at the youth market and remaining exclusive to Japanese Toyota dealerships Toyota Store. It was replaced in Japan by the Toyota Allion in 2000 and was succeeded in Europe by the Toyota Avensis.
The inspiration for the name Carina came from the constellation Carina, sharing a naming inspiration from the Celica, which is ultimately derived from the Latin word coelica meaning "heavenly" or "celestial".
With a code reader and popping open the correct panel it`s easy to read the OBD data in a Toyota Tercell, at lest it is in this 1998 Tercel. All 1996 and later cars should be the OBD-2 universal standard.