1984 Toyota Pickup Specs


Toyota began manufacturing automobiles and trucks in 1935. The first Toyota vehicle to hit the overseas market was the G1 truck in 1936. Throughout the years, Toyota has manufactured a number of pickup trucks through the years from the G1 and GA of the '30s to the Tacoma and Tundra. In 1984, Toyota dropped the name "Hilux" from its previous-generation pickups, 1979 through 1983, and simply called it the 1984 Toyota Pickup.

Exterior Features

  • The 1984 Toyota Pickup came in either short bed or long bed. The short-bed pickup had a 103-inch wheelbase, and the long-bed pickup had a 112-inch wheelbase. The short-bed pickup measured 174.6 inches long, and the long-bed pickup measured 186.2 inches. The short-bed pickup measured 60.8 inches high, and the long-bed was slightly shorter at 60.4 inches. Both versions measured 63.8 inches wide. The vehicles has two doors and offered a maximum seating capacity of three.


  • A 2.4-liter, four-cylinder engine powered the 1984 Toyota Pickup. The engine also had an output power of 96 horsepower at 4,800 revolutions per minute (rpm) and 129 foot-lbs. of torque at 2,800 rpm. It had a bore of 92 mm and a stroke of 89 mm, and the engine and fuel injection system on the 1984 Toyota Pickup had a compression ratio of 9.0:1.The vehicle also came standard with a five-speed manual transmission.

Fuel Data

  • While the 1984 Toyota Pickup didn't have an inordinate amount of power, it was a fuel-efficient vehicle. It obtained 31 miles per gallon (mpg) in the city and 40 mpg on the highway, for a combined 35 mpg.

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