TOYOTA Solara Convertible

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TOYOTA Solara Convertible
TOYOTA Solara Convertible   2004 2008
2004 2008

Completely redesigned for 2004, the convertible Solara was at its second generation, with the first model being released in 1998.
While the coupe version that started production in 2003 was available with a choice of two engines, one of them carried over from the previous generation, the convertible was only available with the new 3.3-liter V6 unit that produced 225 hp, mated with a 5-speed automatic transmission. The powerplant featured the Toyota’s VVT-i technology.

The poor structural rigidity offered with the previous model was heavily criticised, thus the new Solara came with a more rigid body that decreased the NVH levels.

The convertible was available in three trim levels: SE, SE Sport and SLE.

Well-equipped in the base model, the Solara was equipped with modern convenience features. The SE Sport trim level added a stiffed suspension, bigger 17-inch alloys, slight exterior design updates, xenon HID headlights and a specific interior trim.

The top-of-the-range, the SLE added luxury-oriented standard features, as well as optional stability control and a navigation system.

Fitted with a roomy cabin, the Solara could easy accommodate 4 passengers, offering great legroom and headroom.

The standard power top took only 10 seconds to fold and unfold.

While the Solara didn’t offer much in terms of excitement, it was still a popular choice and that was mostly for the sophisticated looks and proven reliability.

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