Pure Sports - Netflix

Fox Sports 1 presents a newsmagazine series that covers stories across the spectrum of the sports world. The weekly, 30-minute episodes are fronted by longtime NFL sideline reporter Pam Oliver, who makes her FS1 hosting debut.

Pure Sports - Netflix

Type: Sports

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2015-04-09

Pure Sports - Toyota Caldina - Netflix

The Toyota Caldina is an automobile manufactured by Toyota for the Japanese market and released in 1992. It replaced the Toyota Carina and Toyota Corona wagons, and was sold at both Toyota Store and Toyopet Store locations in Japan. While the Caldina has never been officially exported by Toyota outside Japan, its All-Trac 4WD capability and large capacity have made it a popular grey import in Australia, New Zealand, Russia and many South American countries. The Caldina was discontinued in 2007, with the Toyota Avensis wagon assuming the market position previously held by the Caldina.

Pure Sports - Second generation (T210, 1997–2002) - Netflix

Engines for lesser models are the 1.8 L 7A-FE, the 2.0 L gasoline 3S-FE, and the 2.2 L diesel 3C-TE. Reliability and maintenance issues combined with relative obscurity, hampered perceived resale values of the GT-T in countries outside Japan, making the GT-T a very cheap people carrier in grey markets like Australia.

Sharing a platform with Toyota Allion and Toyota Premio, the Caldina is the Japanese version of the European Toyota Avensis wagon, launched in Japan in mid-1997. The 4WD models are coded ST215, and were also offered as Active Sports GT models with the 3S-GE engine. The top of the line GT-T came with the turbocharged 260 PS (191 kW; 256 hp) fourth generation 3S-GTE engine, and included an all-wheel drive system similar to the Toyota Celica GT-Four. The GT-T also came with optional electronic stability control (VSC, standard on Active Sports versions). The Aerial version features a large sunroof and countoured roof racks as standard. Weighing 1,440 kg (3,175 lb), the manual Caldina GT-T has a 0–100 km/h time of 6.4 seconds, with the automatic version only 0.1 seconds slower. A refresh was given in 2000 with new plastic bumpers and plastic headlights. The mostly-plastic interior was also updated. In 2001, an extra lug was added to the turbo manifold to prevent the manifold from warping which had been a common issue on GT-T models. Reliability of the GT-T engines proved to be a concern throughout the lifespan of the 3S powered GT-Ts, with spun main bearings and shattered oil pump gears being common issues amongst owners.

Pure Sports - References - Netflix