Toyota U transmission

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Toyota Motor Corporation's U family is a family of automatic FWD/RWD/4WD transmissions found in later vehicle models.

U1xx[edit]

U140E[edit]

  • This is the U241E for V6 models.

Applications:

  • 2002–2004 Camry (V6)
  • 2001–2003 Highlander (V6)
  • 1999-2003 Lexus ES 300
  • 1999-2003 Lexus RX 300 (FWD)
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Reverse Final
3.938 2.194 1.411 1.019 3.141 2.814

U140F[edit]

Applications:

  • 2001–2003 Highlander (4x4)
  • 2001–2010 RAV4 (4x4)
  • 1999–2003 Lexus RX 300 (AWD)
  • 2009– Matrix (2.4 L) (AWD)
  • 2002-2007 Caldina (AWD)
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Reverse Final
3.938 2.194 1.411 1.019 3.141 3.080

U142E[edit]

  • 2001 RAV4 2wd

U150E[edit]

5 Speed Automatic Transaxle

Gear ratios for this transmission.

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Reverse Final
3.938 2.194 1.411 0.973 0.703 3.141 3.478

Applications:

  • 2002-2003 ES300 (1MZ)

U151E[edit]

  • This is the U250E for V6 models.

5 Speed Automatic Transaxle

Gear ratios for this transmission.

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Reverse Final
4.235 2.360 1.517 1.047 0.756 3.378 Varies

Applications:

  • 2004–2006 Camry (V6) (1MZ/3MZ)
  • 2004–2008 Solara (V6) (3MZ)
  • 2004-2010 Sienna (V6) (3MZ/2GR-FE)
  • 2004-2013 Highlander (V6) (3MZ)(2GR)
  • 2004-2006 Lexus RX 330 (V6) (3MZ)
  • 2004-2006 Lexus ES 330 (V6) (3MZ)
  • 2005–2007 Avalon (V6) (2GR-FE)
  • 2006-2012 Rav4 (V6) (2GR-FE)
  • 2005–2009 Avensis (I4) (2AZ-FSE)

U151E Final Drive Ratios

Camry/Solara Highlander Sienna/Rav4
3.291 3.478 3.080

U151F[edit]

5 Speed Automatic Transaxle (4x4)

Application:

  • 2004–2010 Sienna (3MZ/2GR-FE AWD)
  • 2004–2007 Highlander (V6 AWD)
  • 2006–2012 RAV4 (V6 AWD)
  • 2004-2008 Lexus RX330 AWD

U2xx[edit]

U240E[edit]

4 Speed Automatic Transaxle

Gear ratios for this transmission.

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Reverse Final
3.943 2.197 1.413 1.020 3.145 3.120

Applications:

  • 2000–2005 Celica GT-S
  • 2003 Matrix XRS (with VVTL-i engine)
  • 2000–2006 runx/allex (with VVTL-i engine)
  • 2000-2001 Avensis VVTI
  • 2001-2004 Voltz

U241E[edit]

Gear ratios for this transmission.

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Reverse Final
3.943 2.197 1.413 1.020 3.145 2.740

Applications:

  • 2001–2007 Highlander (2.4 2WD)
  • 2001–2009 Ipsum (2.4 2WD Final 2.923)
  • 2002–2012 RAV4 (2.0 2WD) (2.4 2WD)(2.5 2WD)
  • 2002–2004 Camry (i4 cyl.)
  • 2002–2005 Solara (4 cyl.)
  • 2002–2007 Alphard (4 cyl.)
  • 2005–2010 SCION tC
  • 2008-2015 SCION xB
  • 2006–2009 Camry* (4 cyl.)

(Camry "Aurion Version" in South east Asia 2.0 liter)

U250E[edit]

The U250E is a 5-speed version of the U241E.

Gear ratios for this transmission.

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Reverse Final
3.943 2.197 1.413 0.975 0.703 3.145 3.391

Applications:

  • 2005–2009 Camry (4 cyl.)
  • 2006–2009 Solara (4 cyl.)
  • 2009– Matrix (2.4 L 2WD)
  • 2009-2010 Corolla (2.4L)

U3xx[edit]

U340E[edit]

4 Speed Automatic Transaxle

Gear ratios for this transmission.

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Reverse Final
2.847 1.552 1.000 0.700 2.343 3.924

Application:

  • 2000–2005 Echo
  • 2006–Present Yaris
  • 2004–2006 SCION xA
  • 2004–2006 SCION xB
  • 2003 Corolla (1.5 L) with 1 NZ-FE
  • 2002–Present Vios

U341E[edit]

Gear ratios for this transmission.

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Reverse Final
2.847 1.552 1.000 0.700 2.343 4.237

Application:

  • 2000–2005 Celica GT
  • 2005- Corolla (1.8 L)
  • 2009– Matrix (1.8 L) 2zrfe
  • 2003-2008 Avensis (1.8 L) (1ZZ-FE)
  • 2009 Corolla CE (1.8L); ZRE142 motor series (North America)

U341F[edit]

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Reverse Final
2.847 1.552 1.000 0.700 2.343 4.237

Application:

  • 2003–2006 Matrix (4x4)
  • 2004 Corolla/Fielder (4x4)

U6xx[edit]

Production of the U660E and U660F commenced in January 2006, Toyota's first 6-speed automatic transaxles for front-wheel-drive vehicles; Transaxles feature a compact gear train that achieves six speeds using a single axis to produce a high torque of 400 Nm, and are as low cost, compact, and light as 4-speed automatic transaxles [1] The transaxle is a Lepelletier design which uses a simple gear set to drive a Ravigneaux planetary gear set (with long and short pinion gears in the same planet carrier).[2]


U660E[edit]

6 Speed Automatic Transverse (V6) New 6 speed version of the U151E and F

Application:

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th Reverse Final
3.300 1.900 1.421 1.000 0.713 0.609 4.148 VARIES

u660e Final Drive Ratios

Avalon

08-12

Avalon

13-15

Blade

07-12

Camry

08-11

Camry

12-15

Highlander

14-15

Sienna

11-15

Venza

09-15

Zio

07-13

Lotus

Evora

3.685 3.238 3.685 3.685 3.458 4.154 3.935 4.398 3.685 3.685

U660F[edit]

Application:

U7xx[edit]

U760E[edit]

6 Speed Automatic Transaxle (I4) New 6 speed version of the U250E

Application:

U761E[edit]

Application:


U760F[edit]

Application:

U8xx[edit]

U880F[edit]

8 Speed Automatic Transaxle (V6) Application:

  • 2012–2015 Lexus RX F-Sport (North America, V6)

U881E/F[edit]

8 Speed Automatic Transaxle (V6) Application:

UAxx[edit]

Production of the UA80E and UA80F commenced in August 2016. This transaxle features a compact gear train that achieves eight speeds using a single axis allowing for input torque up to 430Nm. It is a more compact and optimized version of the U880 automatic transmission structure with additional features for improved performance and efficiency. The marketing name for the transmission is the "Direct Shift – 8AT 8-speed automatic transmission" [3][4] Unlike the U880 transmission, which was developed for Toyota by Aisin AW, the UA80 was developed in a joint venture between Toyota and Aisin AW. Due to global application, development was done in a global fashion involving engineering resources in both Japan and the US.

UA80E[edit]

8 Speed Direct Shift Automatic Transverse for High Torque applications (V6)

Application:

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th Reverse Final
5.519 3.184 2.050 1.492 1.235 1.000 0.801 0.663 4.221 VARIES

UA80F[edit]

Application:

UP3xx[edit]

P311[edit]

CVT Automatic Transaxle

Application:

  • 2007– Camry (Hybrid)

P410[edit]

  • 2010- Prius (Hybrid)

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Toyota Global Drivetrain Technical Development" (Press release). Toyota. 2011-12-31. Retrieved 2016-01-03.
  2. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7j-eYKjIYI
  3. ^ http://pressroom.toyota.com/releases/2017-toyota-highlander-highlander-hybrid-more.htm
  4. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_K041o77Puk