Toyota Grand Hiace
The Toyota Hiace is a 1967 Toyota pickup truck produced. While the first two models were also available as a flatbed, has since this only the Toyota Dyna offered was also offered to the transition in Japan as Hiace Truck. From Hiace Commuter Toyota also has been developed, a minibus is also offered as Toyota Ses’fikile in South Africa. The simple and robust technique of Hiace is also popular in emerging bought and developing countries. It is also manufactured in China by a variety of manufacturers, but many of them are fakes. As of 1996, the offer of the Hiace in Europe and the rest of the world was different. During the Hiace H100 was further offered anywhere until 2004, replaced in Europe, the Hiace XH10 based on the Toyota Granvia the H100. Between 1999 and 2005, the Hiace was offered in Asia as the Toyota Grand Hiace XH10. Since 2004, the Hiace H200, in But Europe was still to some 2012 Hiace XH10 in the offer, which was in 2013 replaced by the Toyota PROACE.
In February 1967, the first Hiace Truck (Truck) appeared as a pickup/truck as a smaller version of the Toyota Dyna (in Japan Toyoace). Said motor is a 1.3 L gasoline engine as shown in Toyota Crown, but from 70 HP (51 kW) to 56hp (41.18793 kW) throttled Thus it has a higher torque at low speeds. In October 1967, the minibus with 9 seats and the panel van version follows each with a side hinged door and rear tailgate. Here takes the minibus driving the Toyota 2R 1.5 L petrol engine which delivers as the Corona 77hp (57 kW). As of April 1968, a van with six seats is available. In parallel with the other versions he’s ever a three seat front and rear. With a longer wheelbase and rear overhang, a 15-seater minibus and a 12 seater minibus is available from February 1969. On this basis, an ambulance service. These versions get a Toyota 5R 2.0L petrol engine with 98 PS (72 kW). In 1970, the safety equipment is improved. In February 1971, there are minor changes in the design of the radiator grille and parallel to the Corona replaced the 12R 1.6-liter petrol engine, the 1.5-liter and is now also available for the panel van and truck. The 1.3-liter engine is now available in the minibus. In October 1972, the side hinged door is replaced by a sliding door. As of October 1975, there is now also the 16R-1.8-L gasoline engine with 95hp (70 kW). The 1st generation of the Hiace is offered in export except in Asia and Oceania and North America. In Europe, the Hiace except in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and the Nordic countries and in other smaller markets such as Switzerland and Austria.
In February 1977 a new generation follows. Again, the variations panel van, minibus and truck are available. The van now has a deluxe 10 seats. Moreover, with a longer wheelbase turn a minibus with 12 or 15 seats and an ambulance available. Besides the well-known 1.6-liter petrol engine and a Toyota-18RU-line petrol engine with 1968cc is available, because of the stringent emission regulations by the Toyota-21RU-line petrol engine with from March 1979 1972cc is replaced. In addition, there is a first facelift with plastic grille. After 1978 already the main rival Nissan Urvan had received a diesel engine, Toyota moved in July 1979 with the 2200cc diesel engine that. In January 1980, the instrument panel is modified and introduced a 5-speed manual transmission with overdrive. In January 1981, there is a smaller exterior facelift with rectangular headlights now at the Truck and standard center type electric sunroof with some minibus versions. Now also air conditioning is available, and a four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive for the diesel engine. In addition to the current export markets of the Hiace is now offered in the rest of Western Europe, but is more successful than eg in the smaller markets. in Germany. The truck is produced with minor changes to August 1985, the remaining versions until November 1982.
Flatbed with Facelift
In December 1982, the production of the third generation, which came on sale from January 1983 started. While still was offered until the summer of 1985 in Asia, a modified version of the second generation took over the role of Toyota Dyna 100, a smaller version of the Dyna, which was called in Japan Toyopet on the other markets. Smallest engine was a 1.8 L gasoline engine, also a 2.0 L gasoline engine and a diesel engine with 2.2 liters capacity was available. The 4-stage Automatic transmission was now available for the petrol engines. The minibus has now received the official name Toyota Commuter.
From January 1984 replaced the 2.0 L diesel engine (type laser) with turbocharger, the previous system and in addition there was a 2.2-liter petrol engine in the range.
In August 1985, minor changes were made, especially in the interior. An equipped as Super Custom Limited seven-seater minivan came to offer. During the Commuter, the van and the van and ambulance models still had round headlights, the Van versions were equipped with rectangular headlights. The export models outside Asia contributed from now on, but they are all square headlights.
With 1 tonne payload Toyota Dyna Truck H80/90 was offered 100 as Hiace with a style similar to the Hiace grille and rectangular headlights in Asia.
As of August 1987, the Hiace was with four-wheel drive available from this time there was a Super GL van variants with high-quality interior.
In July 1989, the production was stopped.
In South Africa, the Hiace H50 was produced as a minibus and panel van with the 4Y-EU 2.2-liter petrol engine to 2007.
Toyota Hiace Commuter
1985 Facelift Version
In August 1989, the production of entirely renovated fourth generation started. The filler neck was moved from right to left, instead of steering wheel gearshift, there was now a conventional stick shift between the front seats. Depending on the market is an anti-lock braking system series standard. As the base engine now acted the 2.0-liter petrol engine 1RZ-E and also because there were 2.4-liter 2RZ-E petrol engine type. In addition to the 2.0-liter turbo diesel, there was now a 2.4 liter diesel engine and a 2.8-liter turbo diesel engine. The diesel engines were the only drives available with all-wheel drive. In addition to the van and minibus versions there was also the minibus back Commuter and the 7-seater minivan Super Custom Limited.
As Toyota Hiace Quantum of H100 is produced in South Africa since 2002. The Bavarian Auto Group is expanding the Hiace H50 since 2005 as Jinbei Cargo Van in Egypt as well as Jinbei-owned by Brilliance China Auto Jinbei Haise in the China. In the model in China is also produced as a BAW BJ 6490, Jiangnan JNQ6495, and Foton View.
Toyota Hiace 1991-1996 Europa
From August 1995 until 2012, the Hiace isolated XH10 was offered exclusively in Europe. It was derived from the Toyota Granvia minivan and the motor as well as the front wheels were positioned in front of the cab, which meant more security compared to the previous model. For Europe, there were as driving a 2446cc diesel engine with 58 kW (79hp) or turbocharged and 66 kW (90 PS) in addition to a 2.4-liter gasoline engine with 85 kW (116hp) and 5-speed Manual for use. Available were panel van and minibus in two wheelbases and either a high roof. In conjunction with the most powerful engines also all-wheel drive was available. Depending on the country front airbags and ABS were standard.
The gasoline engine was no longer available, the revised 2.5-liter D4-D diesel engine now developed 70 kW (95hp) and (117hp).
Hiace XH10 sides/rear view
Grand Hiace Fire Department
XH10 Hiace Kombi with long wheelbase and Facelift 2001
Grand Hiace Facelift
Hiace XH10 Facelift 2006
In August 2004, the completely new Hiace H200 started. He, too, was now wearing in contrast to its predecessor, the engine in the front and therefore has more crumple zone. Except for three different lengths, there are also three different body heights. There are panel van, minibus variants and turn the minibus Commuter and an RV factory. With the launch of the super high roof version in January 2005, followed again Himedic (ambulance). The shift lever is a joystick now in the dashboard. In Japan, transmits a 4-speed automatic transmission as standard version, the power of the engines, all of the Commuter has a standard 5-speed manual transmission. The inscription on the front Hiace is no longer available. As diesel engines are available from the those used in Hiace in Europe 2KD-FTV 2.5 liter and the 75 kw (101hp) and the 1KD-FTV 3000 with 2982cc and 125 kW (170hp), all with common- rail injection. As gasoline engines, there is the 1TR-FE 1998cc with 101 kW (136hp) and the 2TR-FE 2.7 liter with 119 kW (159hp). Both have two overhead camshafts and variable valve timing. In South Africa began in the same year, the production of the Toyota Ses’fikile based on the Commuter and is offered in all of Africa.
Toyota Hiace H200 van
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