Whether see for purpose, functionality, and cosmetic, the Toyota Solara grill is one complete part. Located at the front of the vehicle, the grill features a unique Solara front end entirely different from other Toyota models.
On most types of vehicle, the grill is generally located at the front of the vehicle between the headlights that carries the manufacturer's emblem. It is usually the part that particularly gives definition to the front of the vehicle. Made from plastic chrome or steel, the grill serves as the gateway that allows the air to pass through freely providing the radiator enough air to keep the engine's temperature as normal as possible. It also acts as a shield, leaving the radiator free from insects, leaves, and other road debris that could damage the radiator and in turn, affect the performance of the engine.
Custom grills are also made available for those who want their vehicle to have a more exotic effect. For bigger vehicle, billet and chrome inserts are more popular but for sedans and compact cars, replacement grills with simple yet unique style.
Common grill problems include paint discoloration, grill displacement, and wear. This might be caused by time, contributed by extreme temperature changes.
Toyota Solara first came out from the production line as part of the fourth generation Camry (Toyota Camry Solara). Today, the Solara is now an independent model entered in the mid-size coupe and convertible class with four and two trim available respectively: SE, SE Sport, and luxury SLE trim coupes; SE and SLE convertibles. All coupes have the standard 2.4-liter DOHC 16-valve VVT-i 4-cylinder engine that is capable of producing up to 157 hp at 5600 rpm and 162 lb.-ft. at 4000 rpm of torque. The 3.3-liter DOHC 24-valve VVT-i V6 that can produce up to 225 hp at 5600 rpm and 240 lb.-ft. at 3600 rpm of torque is standard for the convertible and made optional for the coupe.