Toyota Proace price and specification

The Toyota Proace van costs from £19,384.17 (excluding VAT).

Customers will have 10 versions of Proace to choose from, each offering a different combination of capacity, payload and performance.

The choice includes nine panel vans, in two vehicle lengths and heights. In addition, the van offers payloads of one or 1.2 tonnes, and three diesel engines. Finally, there is a Proace crew cab van, seating up to six.

Proace Crew Cab is available in a single configuration (L2H1), powered by the 126bhp 2.0-litre diesel engine. Further information about available combinations of size, payload and powertrain are detailed below.

Toyota Proace

The standard wheelbase (L1) models measure 4,805mm overall, with a 3,000mm wheelbase; the longer versions are 5,135mm long with a 3,122mm wheelbase. The standard height (H1) is 1,942mm, with a higher roof (2,276mm) available with the L2 wheelbase. In L1H1 specification, total load space is 5m3; in the L2H1 vans this increased to 6m3, with the L2H2 offering 7m3.

WHEELBASE

HEIGHT

PAYLOAD

ENGINE

Standard (L1)

Standard (H1)

1,000kg

2.0D 126bhp

Standard (L1)

Standard (H1)

1,200kg

1.6D 89bhp

Standard (L1)

Standard (H1)

1,200kg

2.0D 126bhp

Standard (L1)

Standard (H1)

1,200kg

2.0D 161bhp

Long (L2)

Standard (H1)

1,200kg

1.6D 89bhp

Long (L2)

Standard (H1)

1,200kg

2.0D 126bhp

Long (L2)

Standard (H1)

1,200kg

2.0D 161bhp

Long (L2)

High (H2)

1,200kg

2.0D 126bhp

Long (L2)

High (H2)

1,200kg

2.0D 161bhp

 

Read our other posts on Proace here.

Proace offers a choice of three efficient, Euro 5-compliant diesel engines. The 89bhp 1.6-litre engine produces 180Nm of torque and is matched to a five-speed manual transmission.

Two 2.0-litre diesel units are available, with outputs of 126 and 161bhp and peak torque figures of 320 and 340Nm respectively. Both of these engines come with a six-speed manual transmission.

An 80-litre fuel tank capacity and combined cycle fuel consumption figures of 44.1mpg give the 2.0-litre versions of ProAce a theoretical driving range of more than 770 miles before refuelling.

 

Toyota Proace equipment

The choice is simple when it comes to equipment: Proace comes in single grade that doesn’t stint on comfort, convenience, or practicality.

On the outside the standard design provides sliding doors on each side, 16-inch alloy wheels with wheel caps, fog lamps, daytime running lights and heated electric door mirrors. Customers can specify plain or glazed double steel rear doors. Where fitted, the rear windows are heated and have a wash-wipe system.

The cabin environment can be kept comfortable with air conditioning. Other features include Bluetooth, electric windows, and the choice of a single front passenger seat or two-person bench.

Where safety is concerned, all Proace come with driver and front passenger airbags, ABS and Vehicle Stability Control.

Further choices can be made when it comes to the bulkhead between cabin and loadspace. A ladder-type bulkhead is fitted as standard, with a steel ladder bulkhead featured in the crew van. A steel bulkhead with or without a glazed window section can be specified as an option on the panel van.

 

Toyota Proace Prices

MODEL

WHEELBASE / HEIGHT

PAYLOAD

ENGINE

CV OTR PRICE (exc. VAT)

OTR PRICE (inc. VAT)

Panel Van

L1H1

1,000kg

2.0D 126bhp

£19,384.17

£23,205.00

Panel Van

L1H1

1,200kg

1.6D 89bhp

£18,634.17

£22,305.00

Panel Van

L1H1

1,200kg

2.0D 126bhp

£19,800.83

£23,705.00

Panel Van

L1H1

1,200kg

2.0D 161bhp

£20,384.17

£24,405.00

Panel Van

L2H1

1,200kg

1.6D 89bhp

£19,217.50

£23,005.00

Panel Van

L2H1

1,200kg

2.0D 126bhp

£20,384.17

£24,405.00

Panel Van

L2H1

1,200kg

2.0D 161bhp

£20,967.50

£25,105.00

Panel Van

L2H2

1,200kg

2.0D 126bhp

£21,550.83

£25,805.00

Panel Van

L2H2

1,200kg

2.0D 161bhp

£22,134.17

£26,505.00

Crew Van

L2H1

1,200kg

2.0D 126bhp

£23,300.83

£27,905.00

Toyota Proace technical specifications

 

ENGINES
1.6-litre  diesel
Displacement (cc)

1,560

Max. power (bhp/Kw @ rpm)

89/66 @ 4,000

Max. torque (Nm @ rpm)

180 @ 1,500

2.0-litre  diesel
Displacement (cc)

1,997

Max. power (bhp/Kw @ rpm)

126/94 @ 3,500

Max. torque (Nm @ rpm)

320 @ 2,000

2.0-litre diesel
Displacement (cc)

1,997

Max. power (bhp/Kw @ rpm)

161/120 @ 3,750

Max. torque (Nm @ rpm)

340 @ 2,000

PERFORMANCE

1.6 89

2.0 126

2.0 161

Max. speed (mph)

90

106

106

Acceleration 0-62mph (sec)

16.5

12.2 (L1H1/L2H1)

13

(L2H2)

10.4

(L1H1/L2H1

10.8

(L2H2)

FUEL CONSUMPTION & EMISSIONS

1.6 89

2.0 126

2.0 161

Fuel consumption – combined (mpg)

42.2

44.1

(L1H1/L2H1)

39.8

(L2H2)

CO2 emissions – combined (g/km)

177

168

(L1H1/L2H1)

186

(L2H2)

168

(L1H1/L2H1)

186

(L2H2)

Overall length (mm)

L1 – 4,805

L2 – 5,135

Overall height (mm)

H1 – 1,942

H2 – 2,276

Wheelbase

L1 – 3,000

L2 – 3,122

Interior loadspace length (mm)

L1 – 2,254

L2 – 2,584

Interior loadspace height (mm)

H1 – 1,449

H2 – 1,750

Interior loadspace width – max. (mm)

All versions – 1,602

Interior loadspace width – between wheelarches (mm)

All versions – 1,245

Load sill height (mm)

All versions 562 – 604

Load capacity (m3)

L1H1 – 5.0

L2H1 – 6.0

L2H2 – 7.0

WEIGHTS

Model

Kerb weight

(max. – min.)

Gross vehicle weight

Max. payload

Towing weight – braked

Towing weight –unbraked

Max. roof load

1.6 89 1,200 L1H1

1,661 – 1,773

2,861

1,200

1,472

750

170

1.6 89 1,200

L2h1

1,680 – 1,792

2,880

1,200

1M453

750

170

2.0 126 1,000 L1H1

1,686 – 1,798

2,698

1,012

2,000

750

170

2.0 126 1,200 L1H1

1,686 – 1,798

2,898

1,212

2,000

750

170

2.0 126 1,200 L2H1

1,720 – 1,829

2,932

1,212

2,000

750

170

2.0 126 1,200 Crew Cab

1,801 – 1,896

2,880

1,079

2,000

750

170

2.0 126 1,200 L2H2

1,752  -1,860

2,964

1,212

2,000

750

170

2.0 161 1,200 L1H1

1,731 – 1,839

2,943

1,212

2,000

750

170

2.0 161 1,200 L2H1

1,761 – 1,870

2,973

1,212

2,000

750

170

2.0 161 1,200 L2H2

1,772 – 1,880

2,992

1,220

1,803

750

170

UPDATE 3/4/13: This article was updated to reflect the commercial vehicle on-the-road prices of Proace, which exclude VAT.

Comments (21)

    1. Hi Blake,
      Thanks for getting in touch. There are three sized for the Proace van but the width remains the same: 1,920mm. Hope this helps.

  1. So, is the bulkhead removable on the new Toyota Proace 2lt?

    Yes or no please. Bar room lawyer answers are tedious and unbefitting

    1. Hi Dale,
      As per our previous comment, we cannot advise altering the specification of a vehicle from it’s original factory spec. Many thanks!

  2. Hi, I’m goin got buy a new Proace and thinking about the crew cab option but are the seats and bulkhead behind them removable please.

    1. Hi Dale,
      We can’t comment on changing a vehicle’s specification from standard as the vehicles we provide have whole vehicle type approval and insurance group ratings based on how they leave the factory. Many thanks!

  3. Hi
    Only want to know can we fix proace engine (2L) in Peugeot expert taxi model without any major alternation,like engine mountain etc etc.
    Aslam

    1. Hi Aslam. Thanks for your comment. Please contact your local Toyota dealer for assistance with parts and repairs. Thanks.

  4. I also bought my 2007 Toyota Hiace for its rear wheel drive and independant rear suspension setup, as I tow a trailer unit all day every day. Not the most fuel efficient van, but the torque is great and the turning circle good. Most of the time you forget your pulling over a ton all day!!

    Have tried front wheel drive towing before…. Expensive waste of time !

    Disappointed to learn that I can’t buy another Hi ace !!

    1. Hi Robert
      Thanks for your post.
      Good to hear about your experience of ownership with your Hiace and sorry this is no longer available. The Proace is now the panel van we sell in Europe.

  5. Even if there was a Taxi version, it would not be accepted in London as the front wheel drive does not have a good enough turning circle!

  6. Hi, will there be a taxi version in the proace, like there is an Peugeot e7/ Citroen dispatch/ fiat scudo???

    If there is, who is the converter?
    Will there be a 8/9 seater version?
    Will there be hybrid version

    Kind regards
    Mr Ahmed
    Ish08@me.com

    1. Hi Ishtiaq
      Thanks for your post abnout Proace.
      We currently offer a Crewcab version of the Proace (seats 5/6 depending on configuration) but no plans to offer a full taxi version at present. There are also no plans to offer a hybrid option at this stage.
      Hope this helps.

  7. As a Roofing Company We’ve always had Hi Ace’s since the 1980’s and never had any problems whatsoever with them, we’ve currently 4 in our fleet of 7 vans and they are the best vans in our fleet so it’s to our Big Disappointment that Toyota has replaced the Legendary Hi Ace with a van such as the Pro Ace (a re badged Fiat). A couple of years back we decided to buy a new one of these Fiat vans (identical to the Pro Ace) and it just wasn’t up to the job – between problems with clutches, gearboxes and other things we’d no choice but to sell the van within a few months and buy a Real Van – A Hi Ace! Anyway, I really hope Toyota reconsider this bad decision and redesign the Hi Ace or a new Toyota Designed and Built Van for future businesses to enjoy and depend on.

    Regards

    1. Hello Paul
      Thanks for your post and it is good to read of your support for the Hiace over the years.
      We have wanted to continue competing in the panel van market and are aware of the support the Hiace has received from local businesses in the past. This is why we have entered into an agreement with Peugeot Citroen (PSA) to build a van at their Sevelnord plant (the Fiat you mention is no longer built there). The Proace only went on sale in the summer and is based on the vans built by Peugeot and Citroen. We have invested in the plant in terms of industrial equipment and R&D and will look to develop Toyota panel vans there in the future in conjunction with PSA. We currently enjoy a very successful relationship with PSA sharing production of models in the Czech Republic which includes the Toyota Aygo. Hope this helps to answer your question but let me know if otherwise. Also, if you need any details regarding your local Toyota Dealer or would like to arrange a test drive please let us know.

  8. why have you rebadged a citeron/Peugeot/fiat van,if I had wanted one of them I could of probably bought it cheaper than your badged version ,when im buying a Toyota van I want a Toyota engine if the emission were to high on the old hiace van why not revamp the engine ,the cost of the new proace seems abit of the high side, I think the vw transporter will take over this market ,i currently have a fairly fresh older model and would of bought a new old type hiace but definatly wouldn’t buy a new proace ,they will never hold there value and wouldn’t be great at pulling heavy loads

  9. I can only echo the comments from Robert Laird. Over the years I have had five HiAce vans. They have been excellent vehicles, good for getting into tight spots, with the lifting rear tailgate very useful in bad weather.
    It seems as if Toyota have simply lost direction. After years of owning Toyota cars I have now changed to Honda and have discovered reliability again! Now we are being offered a re-badged version of a van from another manufacturer. I’ll be looking elsewhere when I change in the next few months.

  10. What Have you Done? I bought my last two Hi-Ace vans because they have Rear Wheel Drive! I tow trailers and I teach trailer driving with my van and two ton box van. Front wheel drive is terrible by comparison. My Hi-Ace is useless where conditions are bad, but I did not buy it for Off Road work. I bought it because Rear Wheel drive is better for towing and the Engine has fantastic low end torque. Also I get 60,000 miles + from my tyres! Will this front wheel drive get that? I’m very disappointed as it looks like I’ll have to get a Vito van next time.

    1. Hi Robert,

      Thank you for taking the time to contact us.
      We do appreciate your feedback and am sorry to hear you’re disappointed with the new Proace. We will pass your feedback on to the relevant department, for their information and consideration.
      There are 10 versions of the new Proace to choose from, covering key customer preferences in terms of load capacity, payload and performance. We trust that, along with your Dealer, we’ll be able to help find the right model for you.
      If you have any other questions regarding the Proace please do ask, we’re here to help.

      Kind regards

      Toyota UK

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