The Starlet and the Ipsum
Are you trying to find a Toyota Ipsum Japan or Starlet for sale? Both of these vehicles can be purchased through an exporter of Japanese cars, and the price you will pay to export them into the United States will be less than what you pay for a new vehicle or even a used model. Japanese exporters can also locate the Ipsum and Starlet that meets your specifications in both color and options, and all of them will have lower gas mileage thanks to the fact that the Japanese simply do not drive them as much as residents of other countries do.
A Starlet for sale is one of the most sought after vehicles that were made by the company and they predate the Toyota Tercel. It was a medium-sized sedan that was produced between 1973 and 1999. The Starlet was one of the few models that were produced by Toyota for more than 20 years, and when it was first introduced to the American market it was a rear-wheel-drive model.
The Starlets sold in the States up until 1984 were all rear wheel and the 1984 model year saw the introduction of the front-wheel drive. This is when Toyota discontinued importing the Starlet to the United States and they replaced it with the Tercel.
The Ipsum Japan model was a seven seated MPV that Toyota designed for export. It rolled off the production line in 1995 and production on the vehicle ended in 2001. It was also called the Picnic and SportsVan outside of the Japanese market, and it came with two inline four-cylinder engines with a 1.8 or 2.0-liter gasoline engine.
A 2.2-liter diesel version was also available. In 2001 the second and final generation of the Ipsum was offered to consumers and it was based on the company’s Avensis platform. It was larger than the original Ipsum Japan car with a 2.0 or 2.4-liter gas engine and a 2.0 L116 PS (85 kW) D4-D turbo diesel engine.
One thing to remember about looking for a Starlet for sale is that all of the models produced by Toyota were rear-wheel drive vehicles. These vehicles handle differently in inclement weather than the front or all-wheel drive vehicles, and they may require added weight in the back in order to get enough traction to hold the road during rainy and snowy conditions. All of the Starlets for sale that are after the 1984 model year will be front-wheel drive.