Toyota Gaia


Toyota Gaia


1998 – 2004


Toyota Isis


Compact MPV


FF layout

F4 layout


2.0 L DOHC 3S-FE I4


2.2 L SOHC 3C-TE turbodiesel I4


4-speed automatic


4,620 mm (181.9 in)


1,695 mm (66.7 in)


1,640 mm (64.6 in)

Curb weight

1,250 kg (2,755.8 lb)


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The Toyota Gaia is a Japanese market MPV that competes with the Nissan Prairie and the Honda Shuttle. It was replaced by the Toyota Isis. The Gaia shares a platform with the Toyota Ipsum (sister car) and Toyota Corona Premio (platform sharing). It was manufactured from May 1998 until September 2004 for the Japanese market.

April 2001 saw DVD based navigation added as an option, and the 3S-FE engine was upgraded to the 1AZ-FSE with AWD. The 1AZ-FSE features Toyota’s D-4 direct injection system.

The vehicle was named for Gaia (pronounced /e./ or /a./; “land” or “earth”, from the Ancient Greek ; also Ga or Gea (Modern Greek ) is the primal Greek goddess personifying the Earth.

Gaia is a primordial and chthonic deity in the Ancient Greek pantheon and considered a Mother Goddess or Great Goddess.

Her equivalent in the Roman pantheon was Terra.


^ The spelling Gea is not normally used in modern English.

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