Toyota G Touring is a five seater station wagon manufactured by the Japanese Automobile company Toyota.The production started in 1987 as simple vans that is used for commercial purposes in Philippines, Australia and Latin America.The Toyota G wagon typically has a slightly higher equipment levels than the Toyota L touring. The production of Toyota G Touring wagon continued untill 2000 while both commercial versions continued to serve the Japanese market until 2002,long out living the mainstream E110 models in Japan. It was succeeded by the Probox. The main difference bin the two cars is the year of manufacture and the design where G touring is the most attractive in body structure
The Toyota G touring is nicknamed as the "Big body" sold in three grades the XLand XE with 1.3 liter carbureted engines, with extra features like power steering, alloy wheels, digital clock and tachometer, and the GLi, with a 1.6 liter fuel-injected motor 4A-FE. The top model was offered in both manual and automatic transmissions.