First Toyota van

    first Toyota van introduced in 1967 and offering as a cab over pick up, delivery van and a stretched commuter vehicle
    also, it was called the hiAce commercial in camper van configuration
    the engine was 70 PS (51 kW ) 1.35 to an 83 PS (61 kw ) 1.6-liter version in 1975
    with the 1.8-litre 16R engine added
    also, the HiAce was available with a heater and a luxury item at the time

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    First Toyota van

    the interior designed as a commuter vehicle
    also it includes transportation up to 8 people
    with exterior dimensions and engine displacement were compliance with Japanese government to support sales and including the most passengers by using a cabover body style
    in addition the engine installed underneath and between the front passengers

    The second generation (1977-1982)

    Firstly the new step of Toyota hiace was in 1977
    it featured a more streamlined cab with single headlights
    with the patrol engine a 2.2 litre diesel engine was provided in certain markets
    and it has a double-cab pick-up, super-long-wheelbase van and a high-roof commuter

    Toyota Hiace
    Toyota Hiace

    Third generation (1982-1989)

    it was launched in 1982 and pick up truck coming later
    the new design was common to the bigger toyoace light truck but it is different of frontal styling
    the van involves wheelbase specification information
    50 series have short wheelbases, 60 series have long and 70 series have super long
    With picking up trucks 80 and 90 series
    also In 1987 it based on the Hiace commuter
    When the van and commuter redesigned in 1989 and the pick up lasted even 1990s

    Fourth generation (1989-2004)

    It appeared in 1989 and considered available in standard wheelbase and long-wheelbase variants
    The long wheelbase and super wheelbase high roof van
    Also, it contains 15 seat minibus

    the fourth generation of Toyota hiAce
    A range of engines became available in the 4th
    generation vehicles
    with ranging from 2 litre petrol engines to 3 litre turbo diesel engines
    also the versions sold depending on specification level and market
    the hiace was sold in 1995 with a diesel engines
    hiace was launched again in early 2001
    with the top of the line 3.0 diesel hiace super grandia
    it came with a standard 5 speed manual transmission
    also it were sold even 2005
    finally the next generation launched in june of the same year

    Granvia (XH10)

    firstly It was launched for Japanese market in 1995
    With the front wheels positioned in front of the front seats for better safety
    The granvia is a 2.4 L or 3.01 diesel or 3.4 L
    Petrol
    Also it spawned into the upmarket multi purpose vehicles the hiace regius

    Granvia (XH10)
    Granvia (XH10)

    It was replaced by the new fifth generation models
    Also sold in Australia and were available with 2.4 litre petrol engine developing 88 kilowatts
    4800 rpm and 200 newton metres 3600 rmp and five speed manual transmission

    finally The grand hiAce based on the hiace powervan
    It started in japan in 1999
    Engines were a 3.4-liter petrol anda3.0 liter turbo diesel

     

    Fifth-generation of Toyota Van

    Fifth-generation of Toyota Van
    Fifth-generation of Toyota Van

    The fifth-generation Hiace appeared in 2005 as a large long-

    wheelbase wagon, wide super-long-wheelbase high-roof “Grand Cabin”, long-wheelbase van, long-wheelbase high-roof van and a large super-long-wheelbase high-roof van.

    during this generation, the gear stick has been affected to the dash-board to modify easier movement within the cabin. Five-speed manual and four-speed automatic transmissions are on the market.

     

    Reference:

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