The Toyota TR engine is a family of gasoline engines that appeared in 2004. They are mainly used for vehicles in the Toyota IMV platform such as the HiLux, Innova, and Fortuner; and are designed to be mounted longitudinally for pickup RWD and 4WD pickup applications.
The 1TR-FE is a 1,998 cc I4 gasoline engine. It features DOHC, 16 valves and VVT-i . Its power is 100 kW (134 hp) at 5,600 rpm, and 182 N⋅m (18.6 kg⋅m) of torque at 4,000 rpm with redline of 6000 rpm.
Just like its sister, the 2TR-FE engine, the 1TR-FE engine also received a Dual VVT-i update. The updated power is 104 kW (139 hp) at 5,600 rpm.
The 1TR-FPE is an LPG version of the 1TR-FE engine. Its power is 85 kW (114 hp) at 4,800 rpm and torque is 189 N⋅m (19.3 kg⋅m) at 3,700 rpm. The compression ratio is 10.6:1. Bore and stroke is 86.0 mm x 86.0 mm.
The 2TR-FE is a 2693 cc I4 gasoline engine. It features DOHC, 16 valves and VVT-i. Maximum power is 120 kilowatts (160 horsepower) at 5,200 rpm, and 246 newton metres (181 pound force-feet) of torque at 3,800 rpm with redline of 5500 rpm. The bore and stroke are 95 mm × 95 mm. Average fuel consumption using the JC08 method is 9.0 km/L (25 mpg‑imp; 21 mpg‑US).
The 2TR-FE received updates in 2015 to feature Dual VVT-i. The maximum power with Dual VVT-i is 122 kilowatts (164 horsepower) at 4,000 rpm, and 245 newton metres (181 pound force-feet) of torque at 3,800 rpm. 
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