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|Toyota||ProAce Panel Van||2015||Panel Vans Large||£9,990.00
|White, 1 owner, Third Brake Light, Power-Assisted Steering, Steel Wheels, Anti-Lock Brakes, Immobiliser, Head Restraints, Front Fog Lights, Electric Windows (Front), In Car Entertainment (Radio), Alarm, Electronic Stability Programme, Air Bag Driver, Upholstery Cloth, Speakers, Mirrors External,
The Toyota Proace is the successor to the long-standing but now rather outdated Hiace. It was introduced in 2013 and based on the same platform as the Citroen Jumpy, Fiat Scudo and Peugeot Expert. Designed to be a practical commercial vehicle capable of taking on a range of jobs, as well as a convenient and comfortable van that drivers are happy to get in every day, the Proace is an ambitious offering for the modern marketplace.
The Toyota Proace panel van comes with either a short wheel base with a standard roof or a long wheel base that has either a standard or high roof set-up available. This provide users with up to seven cubic metres of load space and a full-height bulk head to make sure loads can be contained with room to spare. With a maximum payload of 1200kg, the Proace is also competitive as a means of carrying heavy cargo from A to B, while unloading is made easy thanks to sliding side doors.
The SWB Proace has 2254mm of usable load length on the inside, and this rises to 2584mm for the LWB variant. Load height is 1449mm for the SWB and LWB models, with only the high-roof version hitting 1750mm. The width of the load space is 1600mm for all models, and as expected these figures are fairly consistent with what is available from the vehicles based on the same platform from Toyota’s European manufacturing partners.
A crew van variant doubles the number of seats from three to six, while the engine options are uniform across both models. A standard 1.6 litre diesel engine with combined fuel efficiency of 42.2mpg sits at the bottom of the range, providing 180Nm of torque. A 2.0 litre diesel power plant with either 128bhp or 163bhp is an option for the Proace as well, increasing the amount of torque and also making it a bit easier to use on the motorways.
High Levels of Standard Kit
The basic kit available with the Toyota Proace is good for this kind of van, although its relatively recent introduction to the market should not make this fact a big surprise. You get front fog lamps, electrically operated door mirrors which are also heated for convenience, air conditioning and airbags for both the driver and the two passengers. Bluetooth connectivity for media streaming and calls is available, along with remote central locking, electric windows, ABS and a steering wheel which can be adjusted to suit the driver’s position and reach. A steel bulkhead, as well as a bulkhead with a window, are specifiable as optional extras. And the twin doors at the rear can be augmented with glazing if required.
The Proace is certainly a more stylish alternative than the older Hiace, and its recent introduction means that there are many nearly new models on the market to give business buyers a good deal of choice. As a reliable and well-designed commercial vehicle, the Proace is a van that stands out in what is a quite crowded marketplace.... Read more >>
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