Toyota 3S-GE

Toyota’s 3S-GE engine is a 2.0-liter inline-four cylinder, naturally aspirated gasoline engine, produced from 1884 to 2005. It is a high-performance NA version out of the 3S engine series, jointly developed with Yamaha’s engineers. This engine was used mostly in Toyota’s sporty models such as the Toyota Celica, MR2, Camry/Vista Twin Cam 2000, and Caldina Active Sports GT. The 3S-GE also laid in the basis of the turbocharged version – 3S-GTE.