Since 1992, Toyota Scepter has been reimported to Japan. This car is a sedan of the upper middle class. Toyota Scepter was sold in America under the name Camry, there it was called a car: "Wide Camry."
In its configuration Toyota Scepter is almost identical to Toyota Windom. This spacious sedan has received widespread support from consumers due to its excellent qualities. Being an ordinary sedan, Toyota Scepter favorably stands out with its spacious interior, silent movement, and the ability to easily enter the required high-speed mode. In addition to the sedan, Toyota Scepter has modifications to the coupe and station wagon, which also characterizes it as a car for the American market. The Toyota Scepter is equipped with an in-line 2.2-liter 4-cylinder engine and a 3-liter 6-cylinder V-engine. This configuration Toyota Scepter also seems very reasonable in terms of sales in the American car market.
Toyota Scepter - wagon class above average; re-imported to Japan from the 1992 American market. In America, Scepter was sold under the name Camry.
In its configuration, the Scepter is almost identical to the Toyota Windom. In America, this car has become a real bestseller, bringing considerable profit to its manufacturers. In Japan, interest in this model appeared after the advertising campaign of the Scepter station wagon. The advantages of Scepter include luggage capacity, low-speed and the ability to easily enter the required speed mode. About American roots Scepter says the fact that it was also produced in sedan and coupe.
A 2.2-liter 4-cylinder in-line engine and a 3-liter 6-cylinder V-engine are installed on this model. This configuration is very common in the American family car market.
Toyota Scepter - a business class car, which began to be sold in 1992. In Japan, it was produced after re-importing from the US market, where Scepter was known as Camry. In its configuration, the Scepter is close to the Toyota Windom.
In 1993, the Scepter coupe appeared in Japan. Everything in this car was reminiscent of America: and the fact that being the number of compartment doors, it did not cease to be a sedan in terms of body size, and the interior space remained unchanged, and much more. Even the fact that in parallel with the Scepter coupe is also available in sedan and wagon bodies - this is also very American.
The Scepter is equipped with a 2.2-liter 4-cylinder in-line engine and a 3-liter 6-cylinder V-engine. This configuration is very common in the American family car market.