Tag Archives: Toyota Hiace

PEOPLE MOVING PRACTICALLY | Van Review -Toyota Commuter GL 

Join Delivery’s Ed Higginson for a drive in Toyota’s Commuter GL . Toyota’s Hiace van has a long history in Australia, with its first appearance way back in 1967. Now into its sixth generation and after a 15-year wait, the new update is a major event for Australia’s largest selling mid-size van. This is indeed a big deal, with Toyota ...

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VAN MAN STYLE | Van Review – Toyota Hiace

Stuart Martin tackles Toyota’s latest diesel Hiace and finds smaller horses are definitely better If ever there was a company that lived by the motto “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” it’s Toyota. The now-superseded Hiace was an epic example of that mantra, remaining largely unchanged for 15 years. It dominated the segment in the face of ever-stronger competition, ...

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SHAPE-SHIFTER | Van Review – Toyota HiAce

Neil Dowling reviews the all-new Hiace van Preparing to go to work punting a delivery van through city traffic is usually as warmly anticipated in terms of excitement and pleasure as waiting at the dentist before root canal surgery. Vans can be the coldest, noisiest and most body-shaking mobility machine on the market, with levels of acceptability directly correlating to ...

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SIXTH SENSE | VAN REVIEW – Toyota HiAce

Toyota announces its sixth-generation HiAce It has taken 15 years for Toyota to finally replace its current but ageing cab-over-engine delivery van with a shift to the SBV (Semi-Bonneted Van) design that has been so successful for its global competitors. The HiAce story started in 1967 with the first HiAce, which was offered as a cabover ute, a delivery van ...

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HIACE HITS A NEW GENERATION | Transport News

The sixth generation Hiace has been announced by Toyota Motor Corporation in a media function for Asean media held recently in Manilla, Phillipines.  According to UK based Just Auto, the 6th generation van and passenger van series is mainly for Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Oceania, Mexico and Latin America. The latest model, which remains rear-wheel drive, is not yet available in ...

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