The Sprinter Marino of Toyota Motors is a four door car and is a version of the Toyota Runner released between the years 1992 and 1998 (to be specific the series is Corolla E100). This model was available only in Japan. This model was also called as the Corolla Ceres. It is actually a slightly restyled version of the Giambattista Marini (as referred by the auto makers in Japan in the 1980s and the 1990s).
Due to the recession in Japan that stuck the auto market, the sales went down and this model was called off and Japan ceased the production in the year 1998 during June. It has a FF layout and looks similar to the Toyota Corolla and the Toyota Sprinter. This car was particularly ordered with the help of mail order catalog. It had a 4 speed automatic transmission and also manual transmission that were 5 and 6 speed sometimes.
It was 4365 mm in length and about 1695 mm in width.