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Hello, bright boys....that's actually a Carina, a much bigger car. Tercels weren't even sold in Europe.

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That would depend on which generation Tercel you are talking about. The fact that this sedan is biger then the 3-series should be a big clue this is a Carina though. The L-series Tercel/Corsa/Corolla II were subcompacts originally based on the E8 Corolla/Sprinter, and positioned between the slightly bigger Corolla and the P-series Starlet. While successive E-series models got bigger, the L-series shrank slightly, until it was dumped in favor of new-generation P-series models starting with the Vitz/Echo. The Carina was a sister car to the Corona and Celica, after a long run renamed Allion for the latest generation (the Corona became the Premio). In Europe it was replaced by the larger Avensis. These vehicles are part of Toyota's T-series, along with the Caldina (successor to the Carina and Corona wagons) and the Scion tC. Interesting former variants include the Corona (later Curren) coupes (fixed-headlight versions of the the notchback Celica), and the much sexier, longer, lower Carina ED and Corona EXiV hardtop sedans (also based on the Celica's shorter wheelbase).

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