The Toyota PROACE is a practical and economic van and comes in three lengths short, medium and long with short-wheelbase long-wheelbase, as crew van with seating for six.
The PROACE has two roof heights and three body lengths with load volumes of 6 cubic metres or 7 cubic metres. The payload for the van is either 1,000kg or 1,200kg and can pull braked trailers between 1,435kg and 2,000kg. The crew cab option comes with three seats in the second row and a fixed full height bulkhead; it comes with a compartment volume of 3.6 cubic metres and a maximum payload of 1,000kg.
There are eight colours to choose from on the PROACE and lots of add-ons available like Toyota Safety Sense which will add Rain Sensor & Thermal insulated Windshield Glass, Auto Headlights, Adaptive Cruise Control, Head up display and Pro Touch Multimedia system to name a few. The Premium Pack is available as well and will add 17” alloys and Navigation system.
There are two levels of trim with the PROACE the Base model that comes with 16” steel wheels, power windows and sliding doors on each side, Bluetooth, VSC (vehicle stability control), Air Con, Fog Lamps and heated electric door mirrors. You can specify plain or glazed double steel rear doors. Where fitted, the rear windows are heated and have a wash-wipe system. Along with all of this kit you can also get DAB Radio, Smart Cargo System, USB Connector, Tyre Pressure Monitoring System, Daytime Running Lights, Cruise Control, Front Coolbox and Stop Start. This van really is packed full of everything you need. The Comfort Model also adds 16" steel wheels with wheel caps (5-triple-spoke), Panel bulkhead with window and protective grille, Manual air conditioning, Noise reduction layer on windshield.
The 1.6-litre diesel returns just over 42mpg and emits 177g/km of CO2 whilst the 2.0-litre 126bhp returns just over 44mpg and emits 168g/km of CO2. The 2.0-litre 168bhp returns just over 39mpg and emits 186g/km of CO2.