A commercial van designed for customers who value their ambulance business, travel, and tour vehicles is the fourteen-seat Toyota Hiace 2021. The Hiace is a car made by Toyota, a Japanese automaker. The first model, a commercial van, debuted in 2014. The concept of "High Ace" is where the word "Hiace" comes from. Fast acceleration, maximum torque, and maximum power are all provided by the car's svelte design.
This model replaces the Toyota Hiace of the fourth generation. Toyota has the most magnificent appearance that undoubtedly has attracted a lot of attention, but it still has a reasonable price and requires little maintenance.
The Toyota Hiace has a 2.8 liter turbo diesel engine with front engine front drive and front engine four wheel drive. The car can be equipped with a six-speed manual or a seven-speed automatic transmission. The car's most magnificent headlight is located in the spacious cabin, which also boasts a stunning design and excellent aesthetics.
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