New Toyota van

New Toyota van

Toyota has announced further details of its new medium-sized van, the ProAce.


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The ProAce is set to expand Toyota's line-up in the important light commercial vehicle markets across Europe.

It will feature bespoke design details and Toyota-specific branding to the front grille, rear doors, wheels and vehicle interior.

The new Toyota ProAce will be available in a choice of two vehicle lengths and two vehicle heights, giving overall load capacities of 5m3, 6m3 or 7m3, depending on the configuration specified.

Ensuring maximum usability and capability, the large load-space can be accessed by a choice of one or two sliding doors at the side, and via a top-hinged tailgate or dual split doors with a 270-degree opening capability at the rear.

This large, versatile space is complemented by a payload of up to 1,200kg, and a towing capacity of up to 2,000kg. Additionally, the ProAce may be specified as a Panel Van, a Glass Van or a Crew Cab.

Anti-lock braking (ABS) with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution, Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) and Daytime Running Lights (DRLs) come as standard, to ensure a secure driving experience.

There is the further option of VSC+, a system engineered to provide extra grip and security in the most challenging driving and weather conditions, such as heavy rain, ice or snow.

The new Toyota ProAce will be available with a range of efficient diesel powertrains, all engineered to meet the latest Euro V emission regulations.

The 1.6l engine (90PS/180Nm) is mated to a five-speed manual transmission, while the two 2.0l engines (128PS/ 320Nm and 163PS/340Nm) come with six-speed manual gearboxes.

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